Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard
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2 weeks ago
Excerpt: Takes some getting used to, but I love the size and the fact that it is wireless. The numberpad is seperate which i like very much. The roundness of the mouse is unique, it fits right into the ball of your hand.
Excerpt: This has helped with my carpal tunnel pain in my wrists. I love the mouse and keyboard, both are exactly ergonomically correct just as advertised. I would buy this product (set) again - or for anyone that may be experiencing problems caused by repetitive motion disorders - such as carpal tunnel syndrome or the like. The keyboard is lightweight and can be easily used on my lap or my desktop. I have never had a mouse that didn't leave my hands feeling cramped - until now!!
Excerpt: Had a Microsoft Comfort Keyboard for years but it finally needed replacement. Had to replace with another Microsoft, as this keyboard is the most comfortable to type on. Very happy with this newer model.
Excerpt: I have been a fan of the ergonomic split keyboards for awhile...and wireless.Only thing I wish this had are the little legs to prop the top part up like the older, previous, models from a few years back. It does come with a "base" that props the back part (I consider that the part closest to you) up, but that doesn't feel as nice to me. Probably better ergonomically, but I do prefer the previous styles on that.I also like the feel of the mouse in my hand..
Excerpt: The keyboard is nice and compact yet ergonomically pleasing once you get used to it. The mouse is a nice size and the weight of it feels good. It can throw you off a little bit finding the right place for the separate number pad. I find I want to put the mouse in place of where the number pad would be and I'm still reaching to my right for that number pad. I think this will improve with time as I get used to the position of the number pad.