Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

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Work longer and more comfortably with this keyboard, mouse and number pad designed with advanced ergonomics.

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Work more comfortably

The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop keyboard and mouse let you work as long as you need to, while putting less strain on your wrists or forearms. The separate number pad provides greater flexibility for workspace setup. Built with advanced ergonomics, it's designed with your comfort in mind. Works on Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows RT. Two AAA batteries are included.

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Advanced ergonomic design

The split keyboard layout keeps your wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest provides better wrist support.

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More comfortable

Built on advanced ergonomic principles, it lets you work without the stress, strain, and discomfort of other keyboards and mice you've used before.

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It’s all in the angles

The natural arc keyboard layout follows the curve of your fingertips for a more natural way of typing. A reverse tilt design positions the keyboard at the correct angle for a neutral wrist position, and the shape of the mouse is designed for maximum wrist comfort.

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Where's the bluetooth version? Keep your receipt.

I liked this combo until it stopped working. As it's dependent on a USB transceiver to connect, and that dongle is specifically paired to the keyboard and mouse you get, you cannot simply buy or receive a replacement transceiver. You need to be either buy or be shipped a whole new keyboard and mouse. Totally wasteful and poorly thought out. Will wait for a built-in Bluetooth version or just not buy another again. Don't even want the replacement, awful.




beautiful keyboard - too bad about the mouse

I think this is a beautiful keyboard and would really like to buy it. It's a shame that it's coupled with this mouse though - and that there is no left-handed mouse option. If this were truly and ergonomic product, you'd have a mouse that can be used with either hand. A shame the keyboard isn't sold separately from the mouse.




Cured my tendonitis!!!

I had tendonitis really bad in my right had, I had to stop gaming at home just to get through the work day. It looked like I was going to need to have cortisone shots in my hand for the rest of my life. After using this keyboad and mouse set for about a week I started seeing improvements and never needed to go for any more shots. If something happened to this I would replace. I work 40 hours a week and I type and am on the computer for 35 of those 40 hours.




Great keyboard but keys not working

I bought this keyboard a while back and my backspace key stopped working as well as the shift key is sticking on. totally could be that I spilled something on the keyboard... BUT I like it enough that I'm going to buy another one to replace this one. Just like another person my mouse grip has bubbled and a mouse button sticks on as well. I like the mouse as well. The calculator option is cool but I rarely really use it. Now with windows 10 it's easier just to say 'Hey Cortana what's 10 time 10' using my webcam microphone and windows opens the calculator and calculates the answer. I will be getting another one of these keyboards despite my issues noted above.




Nearly Perfect

I love the keyboard and move. Only complaint is that I have corrosive oily skin and the soft padding is starting to bubble. I like the soft material, but it isn't going to last. Typing experience is great.



Anita C

Best Ergonomic Mouse Ever!

After spending way too much money on the Hippus Handshoe mouse, I had the opportunity to purchase a mouse for work, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic mouse. Amazing. And less than half the price of the Hippus. When you first look at it doesn’t seem revolutionary, but it seems the simplicity of the design is what works. SOOO much better than the Handshoe. If only one always had the opportunity to try things out with someone else’s money. Had that been the case earlier, I would not have bought the Hippus Handshoe. Seemed like a great idea, but big disappointment – makes the right side of my entire hand sore, after not too long a time. Months of using the Sculpt Ergo have proven its superiority. Have purchased one for home now. A must buy!




A little disapointed

I've had mine for less than a year, and the wireless dongle broke (half staying in my computer). You can't replace just that one piece, so I will have to buy a whole other set now. I really do like it, but it's annoying to have to re-buy it again so soon!




Awesome keyboard, mouse and features

I've had this Sculpt Ergonomic desktop set for almost three months now and absolutely love it. I use it with my new Surface Pro 3, and the Surface Pro 3 docking station. The entire combo has literally replaced my desktop. I remember using the original MS Ergonomic Keyboard that came out in the 1990s, but this is even better. The palm rest is wide and comfortable for resting the wrists, and the attachment elevates it at just the right angle. At first, you think this is weird because the front of the keyboard is higher and it slopes away from you, but this is more ergonomic than ones that have 'feet' that raise it the opposite way. A cool feature is that the attachment that raises the keyboard is attached by magnets, so it's easy to attach and remove. The mouse not only looks cool, but is the most comfortabel I've ever owned, and I've had a few from MS and Logitech. It's big, but after using it, you can't go back to smaller mice. The way you hold it relaxes the wrist better than standard mice, and I don't feel the strain that I do after using other mice for a while. A few cool extras: you can use the blue button to toggle between start screen and desktop, and there's a back button on the side. It took me a few attempts to get the hang of the back button, but now it's second nature, and I use it all the time. There's software you can download to assign the buttons differently if you wish: the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. The separate number pad was unique and turns out to be surprsingly convenient. My only issue was that it stopped working after a couple of weeks, and it turned out to be the battery. So you may need to get a new cell battery (CR 2430) soon after you buy the set.



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