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Pros: Quiet keys, good angling for the wrists that eliminated the need for those little feet that sometimes flip back up. Got a lot of additional keys to call up the calculator, to screenshot, etc. Built in wrist rest is comfortable but not so soft that you think it's going to collect grime
Cons: There's a Delete key above Backspace. One key diagonally down/right of the Backspace is another Delete key (in what I would say is the expected position). The topmost Delete is far too easy to hit instead of Backspace on top of being entirely unnecessary.
Overall Review: The best keyboard I've had so far, probably will be for you too unless you love mechanicals too much. I would, however, definitely remove the topmost Delete key. It's functionally useless and just gets in the way.
Pros: Quiet, comfortable keys
Cons: The keyboard layout for function keys has changed from previous versions. The function key row splits between f6 and f7 now, and there is no gap between each and F1. A little space between key groups makes things easier fo touch typing for people with large enough hands.
Overall Review: Good overall and I have purchased and use two of these daily. Good value for a wrist saving form factor.
Pros: I love ergonomic keyboards and this one is great. They keys are smooth, not too loud. The pad for the base of the palm is soft. I'm glad it's not leather, my hands sweat with leather.
Cons: There is a base plate for the bottom of the keyboard but it does not "clip on" or attach so it tends to come apart when the keyboard is moved around the desk. I don't use it however cuz I like to have my hands flat.
Overall Review: I'm glad I bought it.
Overall Review: I have been a user of Microsoft Ergonomic/Natural keyboards and Mice for decades, they are indispensable for me. A few years ago, I got the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard which uses Bluetooth connectivity, while the keyboard feel and comfort was great, the BT connection keeps dropping and was unusable. So I looked around and went with this one, the Microsoft New Ergonomic Keyboard, it uses USB cable for connectivity. I love it. The connection is stable and I am able to type fast without any lag. My only complaint has been the repositioning of Windows Key from being next to CTRL key on the Left-Hand side to the next position. Now in between the CTRL and Windows Key they have got the Apps Key (Right Click Equivalent Key), I keep hitting it instead of Windows. The keyboard also has a dedicated Microsoft Office and Emoji buttons in the Right-hand side in between the ALT and CTRL those are fine, I don't use them and they don't bother me.
Pros: This wired ergonomic keyboard makes typing very comfortable. Hands and wrists aligned well for sustained comfort.
Cons: The center separation of sides of the keyboard takes some adjustment - particularly if you still need to look at the keys from time to times to make the correct selections.
Overall Review: Product looks and performs as described and as I desired. I was tired of failing wireless keyboards. Expect more reliability from this design.
Would recommend to anyone who uses a keyboard frequently and is looking for more long term performance and comfort.
Pros: I've used a split keyboard for a long time. Microsoft split keyboard has been my go to buy and this one is a great buy.
Overall Review: I would purchase this keyboard again.
Pros: - Nice palm rest
- Shortcut keys work well under Pop! OS without any additional configuration
Overall Review: I'm quite happy with this purchase... it's a straight forward keyboard that is doing well at keeping my wrists better aligned.
Pros: Its a keyboard, curved and Ergonomic.
Cons: Its not a 4000 lacking a lot of function keys. Spacing is tighter.
Overall Review: Nothing special about this keyboard.
But in all honesty there are very few Curved Ergonomic keyboards on the market.
If i recall reading correctly Microsoft discontinued its Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000.
Which is sad.