Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
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Does the job
regi, B&H Photo
6 May 2015
Excerpt: To be fair, i bought this because it was the cheapest "ergonomic" kybd i saw on the website, and missed "microsoft". consequently, it's not for Mac's (doh!). That said, it still works fine if you can translate "ctrl" into "cmd" etc.
Excerpt: This keyboard had a couple of things that were not for me. The space bar requires more pressure than the other keys and it makes a noise when struck. The part that elevates the front of the keyboard makes it uncomfortable and was very difficult to remove.
Excerpt: I like the ergonomics of the keyboard. The keys are not as soft as some keyboards but soft enough. Unfortunately the keys get stiffer quickly and I have to by a new keyboard every 7-12 months.
Excerpt: I will say that the ergonmic design is great. It doesn't take a huge learning curve to get used to as others stated, and it forces you to type correctly (I'm a cheater typist and routinely use the wrong fingers for certain keys). The added wrist-rest is wonderful.My peeve is the size.
Excerpt: I just received my 3rd, yes 3rd keyboard in a little over a week. I've used this keyboard before at another company because of the comfort of my wrists typing this way. I am on my 3rd because if you use the space bar with your right thumb as all were taught to do, it clicks and is a little stiff.