Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

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Over the past 11 years, Microsoft Hardware has been evolving its #1 best-selling Natural keyboard with timesaving features and sleek finishes. Now, the company is excited to introduce a new Natural keyboard featuring a breakthrough ergonomic design, developed for the loyal users that already love split keyboards.Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 has been expertly crafted to allow you to work in a more natural position. The new Gull Wing design features a 14-degree gable, a natural arc and a curved key bed - bringing the keys closer to your fingers to reduce reach and unnecessary motion, while encouraging a more natural typing position. It also comes equipped with an optional palm lift for a seven-degree reverse slope and a cushioned wrist rest that encourages better arm and wrist alignment. To view these advanced design features watch the Comfort flash demo.


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Interface Connection: Keyboard - USB

General Features: Palm Rest

Wireless: Keyboard - Cable

Layout Style: Split-Key

System Type: Apple Macintosh, PC


Summary

Product Title: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

Manufacturer: Microsoft

Lowest Price: $29.99 from Best Buy

Power Score: 4.3 | 57 Reviews


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Product Reviews (13)

Perfect positioning and comfortable

Everything is perfect except when I hit the web/home key it opens a non working google chrome. The key only works when google chrome is already open.

By PJ on Adorama - May 7, 2013

Best keyboard I've ever used...

I have wide shoulders and for years used standard keyboards that were awkward and uncomfortable to use because I needed to keep my wrists close together to maintain a proper typing position. When I discovered ergo keyboards almost twenty years ago, it was

By lp007 on Adorama - Apr 24, 2013

Comfy-keys

Took a few days to get used to it, but that was years ago. Bye-bye tired arms, tingly fingers!

By edatasmith on HP - Apr 11, 2013

MoreComfy

Love the ergo keyboard. Had one once, wore it out, then used old straight style, so am again getting used to the better comfort of using an ergo keyboard. It takes time to get used to but is worth it for these arthritic hands. Love all the functions and features.

By FtWayneJane on HP - Dec 19, 2012

This keyboard rocks!

I love this keyboard, it puts less stress on my wrists like a straight keyboard does.

By Monacat on Adorama - Sep 17, 2012

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