A keyboard for actual work

Subject: General Tech | August 22, 2006 - 03:28 PM |
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Microsoft's Natural Ergonomic Keyboards do not tend to make perfect gaming keyboards, there are Bear Claws and such for that.  What they have always done well is a working keyboard, when you are stuck bashing all the keys for 8 hours a day, not just WASD.  Drop by Hi-Tech Reviews for a look at the newest incarnation of their Natural series.

"Scientist probably have a long explanation of what the word ergonomic means, but the best explanation

I have seen is "designed to not caused pain or injury when used." That is the goal of the Microsoft

Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. The keyboard features a 12-degree split, which encourages positive

wrist posture along with a curved key bed that reduces key reach. So come on along, as we look a look

this very health conscious keyboard."

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