re: Whats the best keyboard? VIEW POST


If you're in the market for an ergonomic/split keyboard, you can't go wrong with the one from Microsoft's Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop set.


That is a really nice keyboard, wondering how it stands againts the "Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000", any idea?


Having never used one, I can't comment on the MS Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000; however, the Sculpt Ergonomic keyboard has been a fine replacement for my old, reliable Cirque Smoothcat keyboard.


I've been experiencing early signs of carpal tunnel and have been looking for something like this. Thank you!


Same recommendation — I thought it weird at first, but took very little time to get used to. If I ever stop using it and start getting pain in my wrists from a laptop keyboard, I swear it goes away after just a few days with the Sculpt. I've thought about getting something else for years (something cool and mechanical!) but have never been able to justify it because I always find myself perfectly happy whenever I use it.

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