Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
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Typing errors...6 key for the left hand?
the Life of Zen, Staples
11 December 2014
Excerpt: I loved the placement of all the keys EXCEPT the 6 key!! It's placed for your left hand to use....that's CRAZY!! I tried to like the keyboard, but couldn't get used to the 6 key there.....I was making way too many mistakes! I returned it the next day.
Excerpt: I used another popular brand of ergonomic split keyboard for 14 years. I was sad to find out they stopped making that model. When I changed jobs and the new company bought me this one, the space bar really took a lot to push and clunked loudly. The keys in general were harder to push.
Cons: Difficult to Use, noisy space bar, hard to press keys
Excerpt: I bought this after using a logitech wave keyboard. I was horrified to find the keyboard sounded extremely loud on EACH AND EVERY PRESS. If I could get it to activate. Hit it even slightly off the very center of the key and it would bind. I tried a couple fixes online for it to no avail.
Excerpt: This is a wonderful design, but the keys tend to stick and are loud. I will continue to use it as it was expensive. Microsoft usually has good products and I will continue to purchase their products and recommend to friends. The layout is great and the access to the keys is great.
Excerpt: I loved this keyboard but after just a few years of use, I have to use a paint pen to write in the letters that have worn away. This is my office computer so the keyboard gets alot of use. I hate to have to purchase another keyboard just because the letters have worn away. What gives?
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible
Excerpt: I bought this for my work, but the wave/arc seems to be highly aggravating my wrist after only a week of use. I have used ergonomic boards in the past which were split, but flat & they worked great. the hump in the middle seems to be adding a twist to my wrist.