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This review is from: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
Pros: Ergonomically Comfortable
Decent number of bells and whistles
Other Thoughts: In the ergonomic class I would give this keyboard a 5/5. My current Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000 keyboard is starting wear out and I will most likely replace it with the same model.
I've been using this keyboard for over 6 years. This has included heavy use in programming, gaming, and writing university papers.
The keyboard is comfortable and the ergonomic layout works. I have had no issues with musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) since picking up this keyboard. I picked up this keyboard because I was starting to have some MSD symptoms with standard layout keyboards.
Somewhat quiet keys
The keys are a bit spongy
The state of my keyboard after all these years of use includes the following:
The "d" key is completely rubbed off.
Other keys that are partially rubbed off include "a,w,v,k,m".
The period key just started to not register half the time.
Other Thoughts: This drive is now over a year old and still performing great. The software that comes with it helps with some windows and bios tweaks that will increase its performance.
The drive is my OS drive and holds a game or two that normally have long load times. This drive greatly reduced my load times. Boot times are also significantly reduced.
The drive also held up to some heavy GIS processing projects that I moved over to it.
If you are moving from an old HD a SDD, just do it. The performance of even "slower" drives will knock your socks off.