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toptenreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-02
The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop has an advanced ergonomic design that reduces the strain on your wrists, arms and hands to help you work comfortably and safely. Injuries caused by repetitive motion can result in long periods of pain, reduce your pr...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2014-03-06
As users across the world embrace a more mobile – and increasingly touch-focused – approach to computing, the market for ‘traditional' peripherals is not what it once was. When the overwhelming majority of us relied on big, bulky Windows PCs as our main t...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-17
Good build quality Comfortable to use WirelessExpensive Not many features Keys don't feel great Large spacebar can cause errors when typing
Alongside Microsoft's new Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop kit, it has also released another new set; the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Desktop. While the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop goes for a radical design that has been designed for maximum ergonomic safety (to preven...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-01-01
The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Desktop is a wireless keyboard and mouse set with a curved design. As it’s a wireless set, it comes with a USB dongle that allows the keyboard and mouse to connect to your computer. The set is very easy to set up, so you’ll ha...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-03
All the new touch screen computers make you wonder at the future of the traditional mouse and keyboard.QWERTY is 138 years old and apart from a bit of fiddling around the edges is still the design typists prefer.In many cases the ‘oldies are goodies” – ke...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-01
Split-spacebar design makes backspace more accessible, Comfortable layout, Sturdy wrist restKeys felt mushy and too deep, No key backlighting, Function and shortcut keys are small, half-height
Design & Features As you might expect from a Microsoft input device in 2013, the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard offers some Windows 8-centric touches on an otherwise familiar design. While its keyboard shortcuts for Windows 8—a first for a full-si...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-01
Reasonably thin and light Bluetooth keyboard, Roomier than typical portable Bluetooth keyboards, Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts for touch actionsFlat, tightly packed keys require accurate keystrokes, Chassis attracts fingerprints, dust, Function and arrow keys are too small
Design & Features Portable Bluetooth keyboards are useful companions to complement a tablet, or a laptop whose keyboard is, perhaps, more cramped than you’d like. The $49.99-list Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard aims to fill that need, and it does it...
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resellernews.co.nz
Reviewed on 2013-04-03
Microsoft has a selection of ‘ergonomic keyboards’ and the Sculpt Comfort is much like the Comfort Curve with a split space-bar. Its angled keyboard leaves your hands pointing slightly inwards rather than directly forwards. It’s the sort of keyboard t...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2013-04-02
NameWireless keyboard: Microsoft's Sculpt Comfort KeyboardAt a glance:Uses two AAA batteries for power,Split space bar offers backspace/space,Comes with lightly padded palm restSummary:A basic wireless ergonomic keyboard with Windows 8 support.Rating:3.5/...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-13
Good design, Comfortable to use, New Windows 8 features, Wrist support, Good battery lifeNo easy way to recharge batteries, Expensive
If you do a lot of typing or gaming that involves long periods of time using a keyboard, then you can do yourself a lot of good by getting an ergonomic keyboard such as the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard. These keyboards are specially designed to re...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2013-02-13
Good design, Comfortable to use, New Windows 8 features, Wrist support, Good battery lifeNo easy way to recharge batteries, Expensive
If you do a lot of typing or gaming that involves long periods of time using a keyboard, then you can do yourself a lot of good by getting an ergonomic keyboard such as the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard.These keyboards are specially designed to reduce...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2012-12-02
Between creating new operating systems and tablets, Microsoft also makes keyboards and mice. A very popular product in this category is the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. Microsoft is again aiming at users looking for an ergonomic solution, ...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-28
Along with Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has released a handful of new keyboards, trying to cover the wide range of people who need a physical keyboard regardless of it they’re working on desktop or on a tablet. Of all of these ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-22
Portable thin and light design. Dongle-free Bluetooth connectivity. Great battery life.Low profile isn't ergonomically sound. Glossy face prone to smudging. Non-rechargeable batteries. Keys aren't backlit
Design and Features The first thing you'll notice about the Sculpt Mobile is its remarkably thin profile. Measuring a mere 0.75 inch in thickness, the Sculpt Mobile's svelte chassis lies almost entirely flat, save for a barely noticeable taper near the to...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Not too expensive, great quality, good to type on, perfect for touch-typists, good wireless, long battery lifeDongle is too big, caps lock is stupid, split spacebar is useless
When Microsoft launched the Natural Keyboard everyone though it had been at the industrial chemicals again. Who in their right mind would want to buy a keyboard that looked like it had been melted, then one half been sat on by an elephant? In fact, th...
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computeractive.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-10-09
The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is a wireless ergonomic keyboard so it's designed to be more comfortable to use for long periods than a standard keyboard. The layout of the keys gently curves downwards than up from left to right, which should put...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-10-04
No-one could accuse Microsoft's hardware department of failing to support Windows 8. As well as the much-vaunted Microsoft Surface Windows 8 tablet, Microsoft has launched a plethora of peripherals dedicated to the new OS. We've already reviews the Wed...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-20
An alternative take on the spacebar, a removable wrist rest, and Windows 8specific hot keys give the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard a robust set of features for its price.Mushy typing and the oversize spacebar make the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard feel imprecise and cumbersome
Having launched a pair of Windows 8 tablet-focused input devices , Microsoft has now turned its attention to full-size peripherals. The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard comes equipped with Microsoft's new array of Windows 8-specific buttons and a new take on the f...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-19
An alternative take on the spacebar, a removable wrist rest, and Windows 8-specific hot keys give the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard a robust set of features for its price.Mushy typing and the oversize spacebar make the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard feel imprecise and cumbersome.
Having launched a pair of Windows 8 tablet-focused input devices, Microsoft has now turned its attention to full-size peripherals. The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard comes equipped with Microsoft's new array of Windows 8-specific buttons and a new take on the...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-19
I’ve been using Microsoft‘s new Sculpt Comfort keyboard for a few days now, and so far it hasn’t revolutionized my typing. But that’s just what it promises — to change one of the fundamental parts of modern keyboards: the backspace key.The Microsoft Sc...
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Keyboard

Device interface

RF Wireless

Recommended usage

Office

Keyboard layout

QWERTY

Keyboard language

English

Purpose

PC/server

Keyboard form factor

Standard

Keyboard style

Curved

Hot keys
Windows keys
Frequency band

2.4

Wrist rest
Numeric keypad
Full-size keyboard

Design

Colour of product

Black

Material

ABS synthetics

Internal
Backlight
Surface coloration

Monotone

RoHS compliance
Certification

WEEEREACH

Mouse

Mouse included