Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Bluetrack Desktop (L5V-00002) - English
The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop helps you stay comfortable during long hours in front of the computer. The ergonomic keyboard features a split keyset design, cushioned palm rest and separate number pad. The mouse features innovative navigation features, including a Windows button, back button and four-way scroll wheel.
- More Information
- Split keyset design helps keep wrists and forearms in a natural, relaxed position
- Cushioned palm rest offers support and promotes a neutral wrist position
- Domed keyboard design positions wrists at a natural and relaxed angle
- Reverse tilt angles the keyboard to promote a straight and neutral wrist position
- Separate number pad offers ease of use when punching in multiple numbers
- Natural arc key layout mimics the curved shape of fingertips
- Shape helps keeps the wrist comfortable
- Thumb scoop promotes correct ergonomic hand and wrist position
- Windows button offers easy one-touch access to the Start screen
- Back button offers quick navigation
- Four-way scroll wheel lets you navigate up, down, left and right
- Details & Specs
- What's Included
- Microsoft Ergonomic Wireless BlueTrack Desktop
- Product Guide
- Warranty Manual
- Product Manual
- 1 year in and very disappointed!
from Toronto, ON on February 28, 2019
Purchased this product and it worked well, till left click on mouse takes 4-5 times to register, purchased 1 year ago. Called Microsoft as their warranty is 3 years. They want me to ship all parts back, pay for shipping and after they get it, wait 7-10 business days for replacement! Are you kidding me?? This keyboard and mouse is used for work, so I guess I'm to take 3 weeks off once it's all said and done? Very disappointing, use a brand that actually provides a good customer experience!
- Could be better
from Kitchener, ON on June 12, 2018
At first it seems very well made, heavy and solid. All the battery covers are magnetic and it has a general premium look and feel. Mouse is pretty comfy and the wheel has a perfect feel to it, very convincing scrolling (not the free scroll that i hate). However the fact that it is a "made in China" product is noticeable as you begin using it. I had to replace the first set as the wheel when tilting to the right was sticking. The other set i got, the left button was a bit too lite to the touch and would get pressed just as my finger was resting on it. Didn't notice that on the first set i got. So it's a hit and miss. The back button is small and it's in line with the mouse body so you can barely feel the indentation where you are supposed to press, not easy to find it and use it. Instead of just pressing it with the thumb i end up squeezing the mouse from both ends to press it. The forward button not existent. I thought i would set up the wheel tilt left and right to be back and forward buttons in the browser but the "Microsoft Keyboard and Mouse Center" doesn't seem to allow that. I set the "microsoft" button to act as a forward button. Very awkward. Will have to see if there's a different way to change functionality. Keyboard looks very sleek. As you start using it some little things come out that could be much improved though. All the regular keys are great and have a good feel to them. Keys seem a bit further apart then on my previous Microsoft ergonomic keyboard. Will probably get used to it, no biggie. But the function keys are a disgrace, they are small, unconvincing and some even get stuck. It's something you would expect from a calculator you get at a dollar store not a 100 dollar ergonomic keyboard! Doesn't seem like there was any reason to make them like that at all. F5 that i use the most used to be on the corner where the keys separate on the ergonomic 4000 keyboard but now it's second from the corner, again will have to get used to it. I will give this set a chance though. I really want to like it. The num pad being separated allows you to keep your mouse closer to the keyboard but I personally am missing that right bottom corner Enter key that was there when you needed it.
- Wireless sucks
from Burnaby, BC on April 15, 2018
I started to get a bit of forearm and wrist pain when typing on my normal keyboard so I upgraded to ergonomic. I started with the surface ergo keyboard, but got annoyed with how it seems to time out after not using it a minute then would have a few second delay when i would start typing. I thought maybe it was just a bluetooth problem so I exchanged that for this sculpt keyboard. I really like the feel of the keys on the sculpt and surface keyboards, but the sculpt also has a similar timeout issue where if you don't use it for ~30 sec it won't register your first keypress. I get it they are trying to save your batteries, but this is really annoying. I returned the sculpt and got the natural wired microsoft keyboard. I really don't like the feel of the keys nearly as much on the "natural". You have to press pretty hard, but the shape is nice. They really need a wired version of the sculpt or surface ergo keyboard. That would be perfect.
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