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Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard
1 week ago
Excerpt: This keyboard is very comfortable to use and would recommend it to anyone who has issues with their hands/arms. There is no effort to push down the keys which makes it light to the touch. Being ergonomic makes it good for anyone with carpal tunnel issues and could help prevent the problem if used on a daily basis. The built-in wrist rest is helpful as well. They only thing I would change is the height of the keyboard and the "feet" on the back.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Quiet
Excerpt: We bought this keyboard to replace the old standard one we had for years. Not only does this keyboard have a comfort and design that helps with my carpel tunnel it is wireless. It links seemlessly to our new Windows Pro and allows us to move about or stay fixed. It has a programmable spacebar that can do several different functions. The best investment that I have made thus far in an accessory for my computers.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Long Range, Quiet
Excerpt: Shift key does not work properly (intermittently). To get a capital letter, I sometimes have to hit the 'Caps lock', type the letter and then hit the 'Caps lock' key to return to lower case - irritating! It worked fine for the first week or so. Other functions that need the shift key to work, do not, such as the 'control/alt/delete' combo.
Excerpt: The keyboard is what I expected it to be and serves my purpose. However, it doesn't have any indicators showing it's on Caps Lock or Numeric Lock. It also looks as if the lettering on the keys will easily wear away. I do like the padded palm rest which is also removeable. I tried other sculpted and ergonomic keyboards and like this style the best for my needs. The split keyboards I tried are extremely large compared to this one which is a thin sleek model.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Quiet
Cons: No Caps Onoff Indicator, No Num Lock Onoff Light
Excerpt: The M$ Sculpt Comfort keyboard is a very useful, well-designed, straightforward keyboard that, at least for me, is the right combination of functionality, features, and price. Background: Just to let you know where I'm coming from, I'm a computer software consultant/developer/engineer/architect/admin/geek-of-all-trades. I'm an independent consultant, and I work from my home - and as such this keyboard gets HEAVY use.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Just Enough Features, Not Overly Gimmicky
Excerpt: I'm retired now but was in the business world for many years and considered a high level pc user. Although retired I spend a lot of time on my pc doing volunteer desktop publishing projects as well as surfing the internet. I've developed some arthritis and my old keyboard was dying - my husband convinced me this ergo wireless keyboard was a good idea and he was right. Less stress on my hands and good response with the keyboard!
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Quiet