Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

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  • Work all day, with reduced risk of fatigue and injury, on ergonomist-approved design
  • Enhanced support. Improved cushion and ergonomically tested palm rest covered in premium fabric provides all-day comfort and promotes a neutral wrist posture
  • Built-in smart shortcuts, including time-saving dedicated function keys for emojis, Cortana and more
  • Designed to last – wired for reliable speed and accuracy
  • Crunch numbers fast, with a dedicated integrated pad

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Specification: Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard



Package Dimensions

‎50.8 x 30.2 x 7 cm, 1.7 Kilograms

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Item Weight

‎1.7 kg

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4 reviews for Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

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  1. Amazon Customer

    I got this to replace my broken Microsoft Ergonomic 4000, which was iconic at the time. I’ll mostly compare it to that.

    This keyboard is very similar to its predecessor though brought into the modern age, even bringing an emoji button. At first I thought of this as a gimmick though admittedly I’ve started to find it a good time saver. 😁
    The central bulge is less pronounced than previous iterations, though the feeling is about the same.
    I prefer the key layout quite a bit. Everything is a bit more square and lined up straight now. That uniformity has helped me learn this keyboard more quickly than expected and it feels good to use. I’m currently missing a few keys, especially the control keys and symbols though am quickly adjusting.
    The hot keys are more sensible than the 4000 and I think I’ll likely use all of these.
    It’s solid and sturdy and feels well grounded without being overly bulky.
    The keys are very quiet for their height, making it a good option for offices or wherever you want…

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  2. MarkPal

    I receieved this today and have issued a return already.
    The feel of the keyboard is great, looks classy, keys feel just right, but the ergonomic layout is VERY hard to adjust to, after 31 years of touch typing! I also really dislike the dedicated MS OFFICE button right next to the comma, full stop, I press it frequently. I’d prefer if it was customisable as I do not ever want to go to MS OFFICE website, and this kind of forced product tie-in is not appreciated. I am going to get the ugly Logitech K350 which is slightly ergonomically designed but way less extreme, and it has fully customisable keys and is wireless with a 3 year battery… and a mouse. Just looks pretty “boy racer” like. The MS is lovely to feel and see.

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  3. ChunkyMonkey

    Have used the older Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for many years so am used to the layout. New one is very comfortable to type with, good key feel, comfortable built in wrist rest. Less key travel than the old 4000 which is fine (though it’s not as shallow as a laptop keyboard), some useful function keys designed to work with Windows 10 such as lock, snip screenshot, search, calculator, task view, media playback controls. All work without any special drivers on Win10. Others such as the three memory function keys and emoticons need the Microsoft Keyboard and Mouse software.
    Amazon.co.uk’s pictures are a little confusing as some are of the US layout keyboard – mine ordered in the UK came with UK layout. Amazon also offer a choice of a standard and business version of the keyboard but no info on what the difference is – indeed, Microsoft’s own site makes no mention of there being two versions.
    Biggest surprise was that there are no feet at the back of the keyboard to angle it more towards…

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  4. Kaz

    My first instinct is to absolutely HATE it! Why did someone in the MS team decide that I don’t need back feet on my keyboard? Whoever it is should hand back their qualification certificates because they are too stupid to be a product designer. Where is MY choice of positions? In my previous board I could have left the feet tucked away if I didn’t find them comfortable. I certainly don’t want the board tilted backwards! The shaping of the board and the positioning of the USB wire means that I can’t just shove something underneath it either. I have happily used MS Ergo keyboards for nearly 30 years but don’t think I’ll be buying one again.

    Don’t like the dedicated MS Office key – if you must have one, then at least put it up out of the way. Also: why have 2 delete keys AND a Clear button? Overkill. They could have done something useful with the space.

    I do like the positioning of the Num Lock key, which is finally out of the numeric keys section. but who uses Pause these days, or…

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