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Pros: The 8 rotating outlets are an awesome idea. Big.
Cons: I bought 2, and while one was great the other had some problems. Something is wrong with the shape of the outlets on the side, my three prong plugs aren't fitting in there. The two prong work though.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
Pros: The keyboard is ergonomically designed, yet it isn't too pricey. The keys are quiet and don't stick. I've got medium sized hands and I find it comfortable to use.
Cons: I owned another Microsoft Natural 4000 keyboard, and the worst part about it is that it is not easy to clean. Lots of screws, and the keys don't come out easily.
Other Thoughts: Like I said, I bought another one of these a few years back, and even though the model number and version are the same, there are some differences between the two.
First of all, the keys are quieter. None of the keys stick like that had before. So it has gotten a bit better.There are now more hotkeys than before.
There are quite a few aesthetic changes as well: The labels on the letter keys are now centered instead of aligned to the left. The Backspace, Enter and Shift Keys on the right are now aligned to the right instead of the left. The Zoom bar in the middle of the keyboard is no longer labeled. Instead of arrow keys like ← the arrows now look like < . The Icons for the top row of keys has changed, and they are no longer labeled. The Back and Forward keys are no longer labeled either. And they changed the Microsoft logo and the Windows design, of course.
The funny thing is that the design on the box looks like the old version, with just the Windows and Microsoft labels changed. The image they have here is of the old one too.
Pros: Loved the modular cables, made my case less messy. The fan seems to spin most of the time I'm using it, but it is quiet. Comes with a 7 year warranty.
Other Thoughts: I've had this for three years and it is still working great.READ FULL REVIEW