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IGN says:

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After a fair bit of use we're confident in concluding that a nonstandard keyboard layout does indeed decrease stress to the wrists, and we're seriously debating making it our primary tool for busting out daily news and reviews. quote


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Critic reviews

7.9
5 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    9.0
  • Tactility / button-feel
    6.6
  • Design and form factor
    7.9
  • Noise
  • Configurability
    8.0
  • Portability
    6.0

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User reviews

6.6
10 reviews
8.0
Macworld Sep 25, 2008

If you can get over some of its un-Mac-like characteristics, the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 is an attractive keyboard for your Mac—provided that the devices fit you physically. I think the 7000 keyboard is one of the better keyboards I’ve used...

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7.0
CNET Apr 24, 2008

The Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 will satisfy users who want a slightly more comfortable keyboard and mouse than the one that came with their computer.

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8.0
IGN Aug 2, 2007

After a fair bit of use we're confident in concluding that a nonstandard keyboard layout does indeed decrease stress to the wrists, and we're seriously debating making it our primary tool for busting out daily news and reviews.

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10
Top Ten Reviews Apr 9, 2012

The Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 is an excellent choice if you're looking for the convenience and versatility of wireless computer peripherals combined with the comfort and other benefits of an ergonomic setup.

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8.0
About Jan 29, 2012

If you have the desk space for it, the Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 a good choice for office workers who wish to use ergonomically designed computer peripherals to heed off potential repetitive stress injuries.

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5.0
bahalana bahalana

I'll make this rather brief. Ergonomic keyboards, especially the angled, split layout kind, appeal only to a certain subset of users. If you are one of those to start with, and If you don't mind plugging a wireless keyboard dongle into the front of your computer and you like mushy keys,...

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1.0
RBSailing RBSailing

I bought this keyboard in April 2013. Within 7 months of use the lettering on the keys began to fade on the most used keys. Now lettering is completely gone on most of the keys. So I called Microsoft support. According to them this is not considered to be a problem that they are willing to fix. I...

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7.0
warmth warmth

I have used microsoft ergonomic keyboards for years and have been always very very good to me but this one was the first wireless I bought. I must say that the keyboard response is not so good as expect, same thing for the mouse that came with it. But the quality of the product is still great....

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7.0
anandpatel47 anandpatel47

This is a great looking keyboard with soft touch keys, however the size is rather larger and requires a lot of desk space. There are also multimedia buttons at the top as well as three programmable touch sensitive keys.

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6.0
dano2664 dano2664

Overall a very good keyboard for the office as it's eliminated my hand pain and has worn in really well over the past year.

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