The Comfort Type Wireless Multimedia Keyboard from Kensington features specially-designed slanted keycaps arranged in an "A" pattern. This slanted "A" layout of the keys provides a psychological and visual cue to help typists reduce ulnar deviation, ...
The Comfort Type Wireless Multimedia Keyboard from Kensington features specially-designed slanted keycaps arranged in an "A" pattern. This slanted "A" layout of the keys provides a psychological and visual cue to help typists reduce ulnar deviation, minimizing adaptation time. This keyboard features a traditional 103 key layout, with full multimedia controls running across the top of the keyboard. It comes with a detachable plastic palm support. It has been tested and provides full plug-and-play functionality under Windows 10. NOTE: This is a "legacy" product and is equipped with a PS/2 connection.
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The Microsoft Ergonomic Desktop is comprised of a Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse. The keyboard bears design similarities to the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, retaining the gull-wing design that orients keys at ...
The Microsoft Ergonomic Desktop is comprised of a Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse. The keyboard bears design similarities to the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, retaining the gull-wing design that orients keys at varying angles, from a maximum 14° tent in the middle to a traditional "flat" or 0° by the time the outer alpha keys are reached. The left and right key groups are also splayed slightly outward to encourage a nominally more neutral alignment of the wrists. An unusually deep 4" palm rest is permanently affixed to the keyboard. This palm rest offers improved cushioning and presents a deeper and flatter profile than that on the Natural 4000, helping to reduce wrist extension. However, unlike the pad on the Natural 4000, the surface of the palm pad on the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is permeable. As a result it cannot be cleaned in the same manner as the leather-like pads on the Natural 4000.'
The minimum key height on this keyboard is 0.75" off the surface on which the keyboard is placed (1.75" on the keys in the middle of the keyboard). This elevation may require individuals to either raise their seats to accommodate the height of the keyboard or to use a keyboard tray to lower the keyboard into their lap. The keyboard also includes a detachable palm lift that can be used to raise the front to create negative slope intended to encourage better wrist alignment. Use of this lifter may require further adjustments of seat or keyboard tray height because it adds almost a full inch of elevation to the middle of the keyboard and increases the risk of a "pinch point" being created on the underside of the wrists.
The included Ergonomic Mouse from Microsoft is a basic medium-sized mouse designed for right-handed use. The contoured body provides a resting flange for the thumb to discourage the pinching action that many use when moving their mouse. The mouse is equipped with a clickable textured metal scroll wheel that features crisp detents. The two primary buttons offer the standard Right and Left clicks, with two additional thumb buttons for Back and Forward. Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center software facilitates custom programming of all buttons, scroll wheel functions, and DPI settings from 400 to 3200, with a default of 1400). Please note that the size of the Ergonomic Mouse makes it suitable only for those with small to medium-sized hands.
Please Note: Those familiar with the earlier Microsoft Natural 4000 Ergonomic Keyboard may find that the key action on the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is significantly different that what they have experienced in the past. While the Natural 4000 developed a reputation for its crisp and consistent key response, this successor fails in that regard. Key response is less distinct, requiring more sustained force, and varies at random across the keyboard, with even directly adjacent keys having noticeably different "feel". The bottom row of keys (CTRL-ALT-EMOJI KEY etc.) is approximately 300% higher force than the letter keys just above this row. Due to this variance across the keys serious touch typists may find themselves with dropped keystrokes or that they are required to exert greater levels of force in order to ensure consistent typing, potentially resulting in tissue fatigue and damage to the fingers and hands.
Microsoft Ergonomic Desktop, includes Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard & Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse, black, USB NO 30 DAY CSG.