Summary: I have bought a number of these keyboards - I really like the ergonomic feel of them. My wrists feel much better using this keyboard. The downside is that they don't seem to last as long as regular keyboards.
Summary: In combination with a good ergonomic mouse (I use a thumb style), this ergonomic keyboard has salvaged my career as a workaholic. I love my work and never run out of things to write about; but after a few decades of heavy usage, my wrists and fingers were showing all the classic early warning signs of repetitive motion injury.
Summary: Basic keyboard, works great, hasnt broke.
Pros: Long lasting, Ive used this keyboard for quite a few years now.Keys are starting to get a little dirty, but not bad. I like the shape and of the keyboard, not sure how much it really helps me ergonomically.
Cons: If you get use to this keyboard at home, you might have to buy a second one for work.
Summary: If you aren't used to the split keyboard then it may take some time to adjust. Capitalizing the "b" key is troublesome, but that can easily be accomplished once one gets used to pressing the right shift key to do so. It's limited - it doesn't have quick access buttons for the Internet, for instance - but it is a good purchase if you want comfortable, accurate typing.
Summary: FYI: this is a PS/2 keyboard, with a USB-PS/2 adapter. They keyboard, as far as I can tell, is identical to the original Microsoft Natural Keyboard Elite model KB-0045. The only difference is they added an adapter, in the form of a 4 inch cable extension. This is *NOT* is USB keyboard with a PS/2-USB adapter.
Great keyboard, but its really a PS/2 connector with a USB adapter
E. Nafziger, Amazon
27 August 2009
Summary: Pros: natural keyboard is more comfortable and much faster to type excellent build quality durability: I've been using it every weekday, constant use 8-9 hrs a day, and its lasted 5 years and still works great. even the printed letters on the keys haven't started to wear out yet. Cons: this is *NOT* a USB keyboard.
Summary: Pros: sturdy board with good height adjustment; comfortable split that's not so dramatic to make changing from a standard keyboard difficult, but it has provided great relief on wrist stress; decent resistance in the keys (nothing too squishy); dual windows keys make it easier to continue using both left and right hand keyboard short cuts with a mac operating system (taking the place of the control key); non-skid feet on the front prevent the board from moving from a...
Summary: Overstock has a misleading picture of this item, showing it in black. It is in fact white, as I discovered when mine arrived. It does say white in the item description, but I thought I could trust the picture. My mistake I suppose. Otherwise a good item and fair price.
Summary: I've typed on one of these for several years, and it's an excellent keyboard. I use one constantly at work every day, and my earlier wrist and knuckle aches disappeared when I started using this. That said, each of the Natural keyboards have their own quirks. Original - PS2 only. Elite - Funky arrow keys and ins/del block.