Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural MultiMedia
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Microsoft MultiMedia K5000001 Wired Keyboard
4 January 2011
Summary: I purchased this keyboard to replace one that my girlfriends cat managed to dump my water glass on to. I know what you are thinking, keep liquid away from your keyboard! Well I got this one and the main thing I was interested in was the natural position of the keys.
Summary: In considering the Microsoft Natural MultiMedia Keyboard, I was initially attracted by the nicely designed layout which focuses on those key media elements most often used by the majority of folks, including myself. The ergonomics was a particularly nice addition, with clear and easily read text.
Summary: If you're a typist using all 10 digits for typing then I really can't recommend this enough. Easy relaxed position for typing and if you're gaming then it has a nice little gap between the '6' and '7' buttons for hotkeys so you don't accidentally over stretch and hit the wrong button.
A great keyboard from Microsoft that provides you with time saving keys
4 September 2010
Excerpt: Working between the keyboard I have located in my workplace and the one we have at home is proving to be somewhat problematic for me. The reason for this is that the works' keyboard is a standard run-of-the mill style with our home version being a Microsoft Natural Multi-Media Keyboard 1.0A, as...
Excerpt: Although a keyboard might not be the most exciting product to review or read about, picking the right model that suites your needs can be a vital decision, as along with the mouse, a keyboard is one of the main devices you will use everyday.
Excerpt: I bought this to replace a traditional keyboard as i find the multomedia ones easier to use. The wire is about a metre to a metre and a half long and terminates in the usual keyboard plug. It puts your hands into the most comfortable position for typing, making touch typing a whole lot easier.
Summary: I'm a software developer. I live by my keyboard, and the original MS Natural keyboard was wonderful when it came out. And I have used it faithfully right up until an accident involving a cup of tea forced me to upgrade. this one? It sucks. They took away the insert button!
Excerpt: Now this type of keyboard is meant to be better for you, less chance of RSI which we are always hearing about. First impressions - i have never seen such a big health warning on any thing, let alone on a keyboard, it takes up a good third of the bottom; and in case you somehow manage to miss this...
Summary: I suffer from myasthenia gravis (please google it!) so I needed a keyboard that was easy to use and lived up to its claims to be ergonomic. I was not disappointed: it is extremely well-designed and the quality is exceptional at this price.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard after I discovered that my normal flat keyboard (the one that came with my computer) was causing me a considerable amount of discomfort. This keyboard is the same (discounting colour) as the one that I use at work, which makes it even easier for me to get used to using it.