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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Keyboard Mouse and Numeric pad set - ARABIC £45.99 ebay / 3b-it
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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Keyboard Mouse and Numeric pad set - ARABIC £45.99 ebay / 3b-it

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I was looking at building a better WFH setup and found this deal. This has Arabic characters on the keys as well as English. They are literally just stickers which I think you could easily remove, otherwise it's exactly the same.

I'm using it now and wondering if I should buy another for stock seeing as this is so cheap!
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cbatbh30/03/2020 14:33

US QWERTY mind you, so some of the keys are laid out differently. Even if …US QWERTY mind you, so some of the keys are laid out differently. Even if you use UK layout in your Windows settings, the keyboard will have the incorrect symbols on the keys themselves.Just in case this bothers anyone.


Bothers someone it would drive me crazy. Rather spend £30 more
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Excellent keyboard and very comfortable.
Great keyboard, and probably the cheapest wireless ergonomic KB around. However I have doubts about its durability. With the two I own, both of them developed key lags and missing keystrokes and connection problems after about two years. I don't think I will buy a third one.
I'm getting a £3 off voucher as well. PICKME
Edited by: "Hannibalateam" 30th Mar
£42.99 with PICKME5
US QWERTY mind you, so some of the keys are laid out differently. Even if you use UK layout in your Windows settings, the keyboard will have the incorrect symbols on the keys themselves.

Just in case this bothers anyone.
cbatbh30/03/2020 14:33

US QWERTY mind you, so some of the keys are laid out differently. Even if …US QWERTY mind you, so some of the keys are laid out differently. Even if you use UK layout in your Windows settings, the keyboard will have the incorrect symbols on the keys themselves.Just in case this bothers anyone.


Bothers someone it would drive me crazy. Rather spend £30 more
gr8h8me30/03/2020 14:51

Bothers someone it would drive me crazy. Rather spend £30 more


It would definitely bother me too!
Thought I'd mention it in the comments in case others hadn't noticed
Got to be careful with foreign keyboards, sometimes the key rows have the wrong number of keys so even if you change layout it won't be possible to match it exactly.

If this is US layout it will be a lot closer than something like a French keyboard though.
Personally, I prefer the natural 4000 version that they did before this - this one has the chiclet style keys and the arrow/home keys are squished into the right hand side rather than being a separate block.

That said, i firmly believe everyone should be using these split keyboards - they're so much more comfortable!
Bear in mind a US keyboard has a different physical layout to the European keyboard so you can't simply change to the UK one and use it as normal. there's one less key, there's no key between the shift and the z key (which is backslash/pipe on the UK keyboard) and the enter key is single row rather than across two. European keyboards have the same physical key layout so if you ignore the labels on the keys (or use stickers) you can use it like a UK keyboard.

I bought this keyboard when it was launched and used it in the office since then and I've been pleased with it. I initially wasn't keen on the split keyboard design but wanted a good quality keyboard with flat laptop style keys although I've found it's improved my typing since I have to type properly.
I prefer US layout, who thought we need a bigger caps lock and a small shift on the U.K. layout?!?
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