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Great experience, comfortable wrist pad, detachable tilt stand, buy one for home and work.
Ergonomics take a bit to get use to, but now I can't type without it. The pad does seems as if it will wear out quickly, but it's worth the comfort. The external number pad was an unexpected bonus now that I can use it with my left hand. I did use of AutoHotKey to re-program some of the function keys vs. using the Fn switch.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: redtagdeal
Le' Learn to Le' Type Anew!
I have the same keyboard but purchased directly from Microsoft. However, the keyboard from the eBay vendor is actually a French keyboard hence my title. Unless you are interested in learning different key locations on the board, speak French, or are French/Canadian steer clear. I do not recommend purchasing otherwise. I was being cheap and tried to purchase at a discount and not from Microsoft directly.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: alphadailydeals
Love it but it takes a bit of getting used to
I've used Microsoft's ergonomic keyboards for over ten years, mainly the 4000, and liked it much more than a standard configuration. But the attached number pad always made me feel kind of a stretch when using the mouse, which I do all the time and only occasionally use the number pad. This solves that completely. The lower profile is great (not as big a hump) and the lower profile, more tactile, less noisy keys are silky smooth. The different key configuration does take a bit of getting used to, including the separate keypad which is very flat, but not a big issue, at least for me. For someone who uses the number pad a lot it could be a bigger concern. Overall I'm very glad to have it and expect to use it for the next decade.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: aimusa
Nice low-action keyboard, 2.4ghz usb dongle is meh
As one who generally prefers keyboards with lower action, this one is the sweet spot for me. The keys are easy to type on without requiring a lot of pressure, and there's little ambiguity as to whether or not you've actually pressed the key. Perfect. It's comfortable to type on, the angle of the split is great for my 191cm frame. The range for the receiver is fine. The biggest complaint is the mechanism of connection: a proprietary, irreplaceable dongle. If you happen to lose the dongle, you better be ready to shell out a sum of money to replace it as there is no mechanism to pair a keyboard with a new dongle. Certainly, using an existing wireless such as Bluetooth would've been preferred over the propriety 2.4ghz dongle, but I digress. Still, gripes with the connection mechanism aside, this is a great keyboard.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: marmax-str
Overall it is well built etc. but it takes up more room that a traditional keyboard. The keyboard alone is the same width as my previous keyboard with the 10 key attached. Now it won't fit in the same space. So I have to put the 10 key in front of the mouse pad to make it fit. The enter key is slightly harder to find. Still getting used to it
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: etmonlinedeals