August 13th 2013 12:19 pm

Critic reviews

4 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
  • Tactility / button-feel
  • Design and form factor
  • Noise
  • Configurability
  • Portability

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User reviews

6 reviews
AllThingsD Aug 26, 2013

Not only did I feel slightly less strained in my wrist and shoulders, but the keyboard, frankly, wasn’t ugly. It’s not the kind of keyboard you’d be ashamed to pair up with your new Ultrabook, your sleek MacBook Air or your high-tech, multiscreen desktop computer system.

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PC Mag Sep 12, 2013

The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is a trio of PC peripherals designed to reduce strain and improve your PC experience.

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CNET Aug 26, 2013

Microsoft delivers a keyboard and mouse that force your hands into a more relaxed position, and while it may take some time to adjust to the placement and angles, once you do, you won't regret buying this set.

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TechRadar Feb 17, 2014

The ergonomic considerations that have gone into this desktop set are evident, and only possible from a company that has spent a lot of time studying that particular area.

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WPCentral Aug 13, 2013

The new keyboard has a unique split design down the center, which is coupled with a cushioned palm rest and the signature dome shape. Ergonomic keyboards help to reduce pain for users who type for hours on end by keeping your wrists at a natural angle while working.

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acaurora acaurora

Previously, I had the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. Before this Sculpt Keyboard, the NEK4000 was pretty great in my opinion. It was very comfortable, had a good typing experience, and I just knew that when I had to sit down to type a long document I wouldn't get fatigued. And then I got the...

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kevinma kevinma

I broke down and bought one. I have been disappointed of late with Microsoft's no longer ergonimic keyboards which had started to straighten out. I bought only the keyboard because I have used a track ball for 20 years and don't need another microsoft mouse hanging around. First, I hate...

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