Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600
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20 September 2014
Summary: Keyboard has a front-side height adjustment which feels awkward to me. The key placement is awkward as well and has taken some getting used to. I often hit the caps lock when I'm reaching for the tab key because they are close together and higher than usual. It's just not a very comfortable keyboard and I have been using a sculpted keyboard prior to this one.
Summary: I saw this keyboard at a local stationery store for a lot higher price. After I received this keyboard I found it to be much easier to type on plus half of the space bar is a backspace key which is very convenient. I do wish that it came with a set of instructions for the top line of keys. If I find the time I might figure them out. I'm happy with this keyboard; it beats the 4 others I had before.
Summary: Oh my Gosh! I LOVE this keyboard. I also really love the ability of changing the space bar into a backspace button. The space bar is divided in half and the left half can be configured to be a backspace key instead. The default is for it to function as a space bar so it is optional. You can see the small curve in the picture. I don't even notice it. Most ergonomic keyboards have a very distinct curve in the middle.
Summary: Keyboard feels great, and its not too different feeling from a regular keyboard. I have carpel tunnel like symptoms, and this helps me keep typing longer without getting a numb feeling in my hand. The function buttons are useful and work really well on windows. I dislike the switch to change it to the F keys, but I am getting used to it. I have yet to enable the backspace spacebar, but I will give it a shot and update this.
Summary: This is the best keyboard I've ever used. I love that the space bar doubles as a backspace key, that is my FAVORITE feature! I type a lot for work and that makes it so nice! It is very comfortable to use, the pad at the base of the keyboard is nice and I like the little feet on the bottom that flip up to angle the keyboard if you want to. I'd highly recommend this to someone who types a lot.
Summary: This keyboard feels great. The size is perfect, complete with a handy ten-key. The detachable soft wrist pad can even be raised, which I do find to be more comfortable. The ergonomic flow of the keys is wonderful to type on. The only thing I wish were different is that you must use the wireless receiver, which is the size of a standard USB flash drive rather than a small flush USB.
Summary: Love this keyboard. Bought one for home and the office. Love the price, the responsiveness and the comfort of the wrist support and wave of the design. The space bar back space key is a real plus and a treat rolled into one and definitely sealed the deal in my decision to make this my newest go to keyboard.