Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600
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I found that annoying and promptly returned the keys
1 week ago
Summary: If you are a programmer (or otherwise rely on the Alt, Ctrl hot key combinations) this is not the keyboard for you. I can't believe many hardware companies are redefining the key positions and expect us to get used to it. Alt keys are not off by 1 cm making it difficult to reach with your thumb. I found that annoying and promptly returned the keys. The keys are not great either.
Summary: I bought this to take with me when traveling, to use with my Surface Pro tablet/laptop when I need to get serious work done (i.e. a lot of typing). It works with the Pro with no problems and I love that you can detach the palm rest to make it more compact. I had hoped it would be a little smaller than it ended up being, and would have gladly sacrificed the number pad for greater portability. It's not easy to find a small ergonomic keyboard but this will work.
This was an excellent purchase. I love my new keyboard
6 December 2014
Summary: This was an excellent purchase. I love my new keyboard. It is comfortable to use, has quiet clicks that I like so I can tell I did hit the key. The letters are very easy to see and I was worried because I have focus problems with my eyes. Wonderful keyboard!
Excerpt: After the original manufacturer, of what they tout is their premier desktop professional Windows 7 Pro 64 bit system, was furnished with a "tinker toy" caliber keyboard, this product is one whale of an advance to basic technical user needs. It even made me resort from touch typing to "hunt and peck" with likely 50% typing errors and tortoise speed.It's every design and quality manufacture, coupled with reasonable price and delivery overcomes every shortcoming of its...
This is a great keyboard (the pictures here don't give it justice) Besides ...
1 December 2014
Summary: This is a great keyboard (the pictures here don't give it justice) Besides being extremely comfortable, it is beautifully made. You will never go back to a regular keyboard, the (upside) curve is fantastic. The keys are not close together or wide apart... just in the perfect distance from one another.
Summary: This is an OK keyboard if you're not laboring over one all day. I've had 4 of them now, and I think I've purchased my last one. I'm ditching this in favor of the Logitech K350. The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort is definitely NOT for the power typist who types all day. The key placement is odd. The key sizing is smaller than usual (I guess so they could make it so compact), so I find myself doing more correcting of typos than I used to.