"The design of the keys keeps the keyboard cleaner than other traditional boards. It is more like the Apple keyboards. Still has quite a bit of button push to the keys... so if you are one that likes the clicking of the traditional keyboards this will take some getting used to but it is nice and easy. the separate number pad is extremely useful and nice. It can be moved anywhere you need it to go. and it allows you angle it anyway you need. I am a left handed Mouse user so the was a bit hard to get used to. It is also quite a bit heavier than the Logitech wireless mouse I was using... which gives it a more sturdy feel and a strange sluggish feel at the same time. In my opinion... something to get used to. In general, I have been very happy with keyboard set. It was worth the purchase price...I would recommend to all Right handers ... and caution all Left Handers... Its a nice set up just takes a bit to get used to... "
Works as advertised.We don't seem to be able to get wireless keyboards to work for us so wired is the best option . Wired keyboards are hard to find locally, so this worked well for us.
What I love about this over the Logistics one, is that it has a Capital and numerical indicator light on it. And it works just as good as the Logistics one I had (can't remember the title, but it looks very similar to this). Very comfortable - I use it 8 hours a day at work, didn't take long at all to get used to. My logistics one stopped working so I had to go back to the one the office gives you and couldn't wait till this came. :-)
I'm having alot of pain in my left wrist and thumb due to keyboarding use. The Microsoft Egonomic Keyboard 4000 is hard to get used to, BUT it gives my wrist the support I need. I'd give this a try if you're having similar symptons.
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