Excerpt: This is an excellent and cost effective hard wired keyboard. I am not a user of wireless keyboards or other devices and it can be difficult to find a quality, inexpensive USB keyboard. This one fits the bill perfectly. It is very well designed for comfort during use. I am not a fast typer and would consider myself at a middle skill level. The keys are placed far apart for my older arthritic fingers to use without hitting adjacent keys.
Excerpt: First one worked well until a water spill rendered the backspace key unworkable. PROS: This keyboard makes my hands and wrists much more comfortable than a traditional keyboard - which was the initial reason for purchase. It has a number of added features that some might use like the zoom and browser buttons. CONS: Takes some time to 'break in.' Keys are not quiet, space bar is loud. Both units I've used show wear early in product life; especially the E, S and D keys.
Excerpt: Read and compared this unit with others before purchasing as a replacement for a similar, wireless unit from another leading manufacturer. While the old unit was nicely laid out and comfortable to use, after going beyond its warranty, the keyboard developed a nasty and well-documented series of keystroke issues. After struggling, changing batteries, etc.
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 by Microsoft. All in all, it was a good purchase. It DOES take a little getting used to, but is also very comfortable. Two things to consider: 1. The keyboard has "depth," thus it doesn't slide under the computer desk easily like its predecessor. Hmmm... 2.
Excerpt: Our office manager's circa 1984 ergonomic keyboard that she absolutely was devoted to finally died. I've been trying to replace it for years, but she wouldn't give it up. This one is a perfect replacement & she's extremely pleased with it.