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Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

  • 104 Normal Keys
  • USB RF Wireless
  • Microsoft
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Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

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Advanced Ergonomic Design

Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is built on advanced ergonomic principles, with a split keyboard layout that keeps wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest to provide wrist support. The domed keyboard shape works to reduce and correct wrist pronation that can cause pain and limited mobility.

True Comfort for Lasting Productivity

Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is designed for productivity, with an eye on ergonomic excellence. By providing a relaxed, comfortable computing experience, it enables you to work without the stress, strain, and discomfort of other keyboards and mice you may have used in the past.

It's All in the Angles

The natural arc keyboard layout follows the curve of your fingertips for a more natural way of typing. Reverse tilt design positions the keyboard at the correct angle to give you a straight, neutral wrist position. Additionally, the shape of the mouse is designed for maximum wrist comfort. Plus its Windows button provides one-touch access to the Windows 8 Start screen.

Designed for Comfort

The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is packed with ergonomic features including a contoured keyset, removable padded palm rest, and palm lift. These features are designed to encourage a more natural, relaxed positioning of the arms, hands and wrist, providing greater comfort and helping to avoid injury during extended use.

Built for Productivity

Microsoft believes in the constant pursuit of excellence, and is always looking for ways to improve the comfort and productivity of our hardware. The new split spacebar with backspace functionality on the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is the perfect example. Research shows that 90 percent of people use only their right thumb to hit the space bar, and that the backspace key is one of the most frequently used keys on a keyboard. Knowing this, Microsoft Hardware designers built a larger, split spacebar that includes a backspace bar on the left-hand side. The new design helps improve typing speed and provide improved comfort.

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  • Cushioned Palm Rest
    Cushioned palm rest provides support and promotes a neutral wrist position.
  • Split Keyset Design
    Split keyset design helps to position wrists and forearms in a natural, relaxed position
  • Natural Arc
    Natural Arc key layout mimics the curved shape of the finger tips
  • Domed keyboard Design
    Domed keyboard design positions wrists at a natural, relaxed angle
  • Separate Number Pad
    Separate number pad provides greater flexibility for workspace setup

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • Thomas S.
  • 8/30/2014 6:45:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsClose to perfection if it weren't wireless

Pros: If not for a few issues mostly related to wireless connectivity, this could have been the best keyboard ever. It's comfortable, has a fantastic modern shape, has excellent key feel, it's quiet, the separate numpad saves space, and it has a slick magnetically attached raiser for the palm rest. Even the battery cover is held on with magnets - no screwdriver needed and no tabs to accidentally break off. Very slick.

Cons: Wireless glitches - It often misses the second letter when I begin typing. Also if you hold a key down to repeat a character it will stop repeating after 5 seconds or so.
Stuck keys - The function keys have a tendency to get physically stuck down, making other keys not function properly.
It has a physical switch to toggle between function keys and other functions, and I don't like physical switches that feel like they're going to wear out or break over time.

Other Thoughts: If this keyboard was available in a wired USB model, I'd buy that and would be writing rave reviews to everyone I know. But it's wireless and has some glitches, so I'm not.

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  • Asher C.
  • 6/29/2014 9:24:47 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsmostly a great design but bad quality

Pros: short stroke keys (more like a laptop); detachable number pad; ergo design; small and lightweight; mouse glids well; magnetic battery compartment covers

Cons: bad quality - left CTRL key stopped working

Other Thoughts: I tried the MS 4000 keyboard first but it was too big and the keys too clickity and stroke too deep. Started using the Sculpt and loved it. At first. Then the left CTRL key started being non-responsive. Being a programmer this is a show stopper. I'll try a replacement but seeing the other reviews here doesn't give me hope. Kudos to MS for have that number pad separate as it saves space & weight, gets me 'centered' better, and puts the mouse close to my keyboard ( = less movement of my right hand switching back and forth).

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  • JG T.
  • 6/18/2014 8:45:58 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsExpensive but looks great

Pros: looks great

Cons: expensive

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  • Kevin C.
  • 6/8/2014 10:48:39 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGreat design, low quality

Pros: Its small, comfortable, and saves space

the function key is a switch so no more accidently enabling the media keys. I constantly had this problem with the 4000 series. F5 means debug why is this... oh media lock. The switch is a lot harder to accidently press, but I miss the light indicators for all the locks that were on the 4000.

Cons: Its cheap, real cheap quality. I've actually gone through 5 before finding a good one. Either the receiver has issues, the keys are clipping the edges and getting caught or outright falling off. The "good" one occasionally will have a key stick, which has caused me to crash during docking attempts quite often in kerbal space program.

Other Thoughts: This is a great keyboard, I love the design. I don't really use the numbered keypads any more so having a detachable one allows me to save space on my desk. I just wish the quality of this keyboard was a better. And I wish there was an option for a wired version. The price of the keyboard does not reflect the quality.

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  • Michael G.
  • 5/22/2014 10:00:10 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsNice when it works

Pros: - Comfortable to type on
- Looks neat and futuristic

Cons: - Different buttons for function keys, escape, (top row keys). These are not very tactile friendly buttons.
- Switch for function keys vs. media keys is rather annoying.
- Poor quality control

Other Thoughts: After about a month of use the keyboard started to malfunction. While typing, if pressing the R or S key commands would be initiated. Almost as if the ALT key was stuck. I tried tapping the ALT keys a few times (sometimes they get stuck on in Windows) but that didn't' help. After much hassling, testing, trying new batteries, switching the receiver to different USB ports, etc. I found it was the keyboard that was malfunctioning. I had it replaced by the reseller and the replacement has been working well for about 4 months so far.

A coworker of mine also bought on of these, and after about 3 months of use hers started to malfunction. When typing something would happen and it would activate some commands, and when you tried to use the mouse to click back where you were it would select everything or a section of text. New windows would open and all kinds of things would happen. We tried new batteries, tried the receiver in different USB ports, etc. but nothing fixed it. We tried a standard wired keyboard and it worked fine, so we know this keyboard was malfunctioning.

Both of the keyboards bought malfunctioned. Unfortunately since the one my coworker bought was working for 3 months, the reseller wouldn't exchange so we had to do a warranty replacement through Microsoft. I called their 800 number and was transferred 3 times, then the call dropped after waiting on hold for a few minutes. I tried the MS website and MS Store websites, neither of which were helpful (including their chat support). I called the 800 number again and finally got transferred to the correct group, which initiated the warranty replacement. It only took about an hour of frustration to get the warranty replacement started on a keyboard. Ridiculous... They sent a new one out, but didn't want the old broken one back. So now I have a broken keyboard I have to figure out how to recycle. They don't even want their junk back, which really has to say something I think...

My coworker has a new keyboard and it has been working fine for the past few days. However I think if either of our keyboards start malfunctioning, then i'm going to throw it in the trash and go get a wired keyboard. It's a shame really as its a good ergonomic keyboard. I hope we just had a bad luck run and they aren't all like this....

Something that took me a while to get used to, was not having a Y on the left side and not having a G on the right side. I taught myself to type so I don't type the normal correct way. Not a big deal, it just took me a few weeks to get used to. But I don't see why they couldn't have just have two Y's and two G's as there appears to be room for that. Nothing to complain about, just an observation / wish.

I rated this item two eggs because both keyboards we bought had to be replaced due to malfunctions and MS support was terrible. I hope things improve otherwise I won't be buying any more Microsoft hardware.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/3/2014 7:18:47 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsSave your money or get another product

Pros: Ergonomic keyboards are fantastic! EVERY single person working in an office environment should be using an ergonomic keyboard.
The design is great - every key is can be reached with comfort
I do believe MS makes great ergonomic keyboards and I would say skip this one, skip this mouse, and get a wired 4000 or 4000 business one.

Cons: My computer case is next to my office desk and often both the keyboard and mouse lag and keys I type don't come through or I get double letters - this is a huge time waster!
An "ergonomic" mouse is not necessary, imo.
Furthermore, this MS ergonomic mouse that came with the keyboard is HORRIBLE! the courser just bounces around on its own. This prevents my computer from going to sleep; and if it is in Sleep Mode, it wakes up.

If it's not evident by my review, i'm going to be returning this keyboard/mouse and getting the Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000 for Business.

Save your money!

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  • Maureen K.
  • 1/15/2014 10:49:09 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsHope you're not a touch typist

Pros: The ergonomics seem good, although this is my first ergo keyboard. Quiet.

Cons: Too many batteries. Arrangement of main keyboard number keys is crazy - are you supposed to hit 3 different number with the forefinger of your left hand? That's not what Mrs. Rowan taught me back in 1967.

Other Thoughts: Do the designers actually know how to type? When typing large amounts of text it is both faster and more convenient to use the upper row numbers rather than lifting your right hand to use the number pad. I am new to ergo keyboards so do not know how common this is, but the 6 key is on the left side of the split. You are supposed to use your RIGHT forefinger to type a 6 as well as a 7. Totally impossible on this keyboard unless you lift your right hand and cross it over to the left side. Otherwise, I am liking this keyboard. I just wish the 6 was in the right place.

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  • Travis V.
  • 11/13/2013 2:53:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWarning

Pros: comfortable, one usb adapter

Cons: lots of batteries

Other Thoughts: WARNING: The left space bar is not customizable on this version. You cannot set it up to act as a backspace.

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  • Tim M.
  • 11/6/2013 2:29:44 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Nearly same layout as MS Natural KB 4000 that I loved, Keys have a great feel to them, Much smaller footprint on the desk, Stylish look - even my wife loved it. Once you use the mouse for a bit, that is great too.

Cons: I hope I don't lose the number pad, 5 batteries to keep this running seems like overkill.

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  • Tyler G.
  • 10/24/2013 8:05:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Upgrade

Pros: More ergonomic than the previous model due to the lack of 10 key pad and thanks to the new laptop-style, low profile easy actuating keys.

I'm actually using the wrist rest negative incline attachment because it actually looks and feels like it fits the keyboard naturally unlike the previous model which looked more like an afterthought.

The mouse has a flush-mounted back button which doesn't require any thumb movement and it has a really handy (no pun intended) windows 8 start menu button. Also the mouse tracks so much better on my old desk than previous versions.

The mouse's scroll wheel is much better than the previous model. It has nice solid clicks when scrolling up and down and side to side.

Cons: Two things: I wish the mouse was even more tilted so my hand could lay on its side and I wish it didn't cost $130 (I still gladly forked out the money for two combos anyhow:)

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