Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard
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Falls Short of Price
Inception, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: This product is not as good as the price would lead you to believe, in fact, you could get a much better product for $ more - TypeMatrix 2030. This Sculp keyboard really is not as ergonomic as they want you to believe...
Excerpt: I use this keyboard/mouse 8-10 hours per day, and I noticed a great improvement in my "mouse" shoulder...being able to move the keypad out of the way when I'm not using it allows my to move the mouse in closer and keep my arm parallel with my body.
Excerpt: I'm a coffee shop nomad who spent most of last year recovering from repetitive stress injuries, and needed to seriously create an ergonomic setup for my Macbook Air. I use a Roost stand to loft the screen to a good ergonomic height, and I use this keyboard for typing.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Ergonomic, Portable, Stylish
Cons: Heavier Than It Should Be, No Bluetooth, No Osx Support
Excerpt: The keyboard is a solid product. I use it everyday because I work out of my house and it was easy to set up and use. My only criticism of the product is the moose doesnt have a right click feature.
Excerpt: This new Microsoft keyboard and mouse are the most comfortable ones I have ever had. The keyboard is ergonomically correct and has a foam wrist pad attached; the number pad is separate and can be placed off to the side of the board. The mouse cups in the palm of the hand and is very comfortable.
Excerpt: Worked great initially but stopped accepting all the keys I typed. Letter looked like gibberish. An typing this review with an old Dell keyboard that is missing several keys (Works better even with missing keys) because I gave up making the wireless one work.
Excerpt: I bought this keyboard in hopes of relieving the strain on my hands from being on a keyboard all day long. The keyboard is odd shaped and that has taken some getting use to. After using it for a few weeks, I am actually learning to appreciate the design.
Excerpt: I purchased the desktop keyboard and mouse combo because I've been having pain in my hands from working with a computer many hours per day, especially my "mouse" hand. I love the mouse, but I'm still having a hard time adjusting to the keyboard.
Excerpt: I've had an ergonic keyboard in the past but this one seems to be more extreme. This is going to take some getting used to. My most frequenty used keys are not as conveniently placed but then again as mentioned this keyboard will take some adjustment on my part.