Summary: This keyboard is by far the most comfortable and natural fitting for my hands I have every used. But, unfortunately, the rest of it is sub par. The keys take extra pressure to activate, meaning you need a much slower, and much heavier pace. Many times I look up to see letters missing from my sentences because I did not press hard enough. There is also no way to tell if caps lock, or other keyboard toggles are on/off.
Excerpt: I have rarely been this disappointed by a Microsoft product. There is a sticker on one of the space bar keys that nearly broke the key when I tried to take it off. Then there is this USB receiver that must be used for the keyboard to work. That is what Bluetooth is supposed to be for. Now I have to buy another USB hub. And I need to figure out how to get this sticker off without breaking the keyboard.
Excerpt: I was looking for an ergonomic keyboard. I was used to using Microsoft wave and thought this was similar but it was not. They keyboard worked okay but just wasn't what I was used to. It was a good price. My husband is now using it.
Excerpt: I love that the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort keyboard is wireless. It synchs very quickly to my lap top and can still get reception from a fair distance. With the curvature of the keyboard my fingers and wrists are held in the proper position. An added touch is the cushion pad that was included with the keyboard but can be removed at any time a person desires.
Excerpt: I needed to get a replacement keyboard since my old one's keys were not fast enough (some were getting hard to push). This keyboard arrived very quickly and was easy to plug in and get started. It does take a few days to get used to the feel. The only issue I've seen so far is that some of the keys squeek. But you can't beat the price.