Summary: If you've used an ergonomic keyboard, this is an excellent one. If you have not, it will take getting used to. Ergo keyboards vary in the extent to which they place one's hand in a "natural" position. This one is among the most extreme I've tried. Otherwise, it is the typical Microsoft touch.
Summary: I got this for my wife to use at her office. She was using a standard "flat" keyboard with the traditional key layout, and was having some wrist soreness. With the raised profile and split key layout, she's much more comfortable.
Summary: Me and two friends decided to buy this Keyboard+Mouse kit. The hardware was working relatively fine, but after exactly 1 month and 2 weeks of usage, the 3 keyboards starts presenting problems. Mostly with the specific keys.Hardware start presenting issues like one letter start to write on its own, and wont stop until you unplug the keyboard, or one key not writing the right letter, or F-keys not working, etc.
Summary: I've been using the wired counterpart to this Microsoft product for years. I am fully adapted to the shape and key layout and thought it would be perfect when I updated my computer recently to alleviate the web of wires on my desk. At the same time I bought a Logitech cordless trackball which I prefer to a mouse. On receiving it I found the semi-transparent key caps a little disconcerting and the key action sloppy but within tolerable limits.
Summary: I like my new keyboard. My hands don't suffer any more. Besides SPACE key works perfect. But... the only thing that bothers me is F-LOCK key. Every time I boot my pc I have to press it to activate standard functions binding.
Summary: The ones I had seen in the stores used a small usb plug in that controlled both the mouse and keyboard. This has a small box that has two wires that must be plugged in and then the wireless comes out of the box. This is old technology and I was disappointed. I thought the price was right but I got what I paid for old technology.
Summary: I am happy with the keyboard and mouse. This is not the first one like this that I have owned, but it is the first wireless. I had a little trouble getting the mouse to move the cursor and with the keys not being recognized when they are pressed. I think these problems are related to the location of the receiver. Seems to be better now that I have the receiver sitting on the desk next to both the mouse and the keyboard. Other than that, I love the shape of both items.