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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 21.59 + 2.99 delivery @insight.com £24.58

£24.58 @ Insight
Device Type: Keyboard - ergonomic Microsoft Interface: USB Layout: UK QWERTY Keys Qty: 105 Other delivery options https://www.uk.insight.com/information/help Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Device Type: Keyboard - ergonomic Microsoft
Interface: USB
Layout: UK QWERTY
Keys Qty: 105

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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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That's a good price and a good keyboard. If only they did it without the number pad (so the mouse isn't as far right) I wouldn't have replaced it with a Sculpt, which after 2 years I still dont like.
#2
timefortea
That's a good price and a good keyboard. If only they did it without the number pad (so the mouse isn't as far right) I wouldn't have replaced it with a Sculpt, which after 2 years I still dont like.


You know lately on my keyboard that is really bugging me
#3
timefortea
That's a good price and a good keyboard. If only they did it without the number pad (so the mouse isn't as far right) I wouldn't have replaced it with a Sculpt, which after 2 years I still dont like.

Chop it off. Not your hand, the number pad... off to the workshop I go, I'll update you with how I get on...
#4
These are good (although not as nice as the older beige version) - I've had one for about 6 years and it's been pretty good except the letters wear off after a few years of heavy use.
#5
I agree, I have one of these at work for a few years and once you get used to it, it's so comfortable.
#6
Thanks, OP. Ordered one of these. I have the Sculpt, but worth giving this a try for £25.
#7
If the zoom slider could be repurposed for vertical scrolling I'd be allover it. As is, will prob wait out to get another Sculpt Ergonomic for work.
Nice deal OP

Edited By: unuspromulti on May 10, 2017 09:37
#8
spannerzone
These are good (although not as nice as the older beige version) - I've had one for about 6 years and it's been pretty good except the letters wear off after a few years of heavy use.
Hi spannerzone, may I ask why you think the older beige versions are better? Many thanks.
#9
I'm using this keyboard to type this comment.
I tried it to reduce Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) on my palm, and I think it works.
#10
hotdealseeker
spannerzone
These are good (although not as nice as the older beige version) - I've had one for about 6 years and it's been pretty good except the letters wear off after a few years of heavy use.
Hi spannerzone, may I ask why you think the older beige versions are better? Many thanks.
The keys are a bit more clunky and tactil and the letters don't rub off the keys. There's not a big difference between them but I have both and my wife who is a pro typist still hasn't killed the beige natural keyboard and it must be over 12 years old now (it's a PS2 connector!)

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