Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop
Encourages proper posture.
Modular number pad design.
One USB dongle connects the entire bundle.
Microsoft trims the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop down to a simple split-key design keyboard with integrated shortcut keys and a spherical mouse that take undue weight off your wrists.
Split keyboards are an acquired taste.
Setup takes up a lot of desktop real estate.
Some users will lament the glossy shell on the mouse that attracts sticky fingers and fingerprints.
Some media keys don't work consistently.
USB Adapter sticks out too far.
By booredatwork.com on February 22, 2014
Ergonomic keyboards are not for everybody. Either you love them or you hate them. I personally have loved them since they hit the scene. I have had one since the early 2000s. Microsoft was the leader of the ergonomic keyboards in my opinion, and I'd...-
By TechRadar on February 17, 2014
If you spend a lot of time typing, and often feel the effects of repetitive strain injury, then the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop really could be a huge benefit to you. While the keyboard might seem intimidating at first, after a while it feels...-
By PC Authority on January 24, 2014
Microsoft's latest desktop set is not going to be for everyone. Combining a separate keyboard, number pad, and bulbous mouse, it covers all your PC input bases, and does so with wireless elegance. It's beautifully designed, too, as well made as...67
By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2014
This ergonomic desktop set provides good tactile feedback, but the keyboard's design won't be for...60
By itproportal.com on October 08, 2013
The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop combines an excellent ergonomic design with Windows 8 features that will power-up your regular PC use in addition to making it more comfortable. Throw in the simplicity of wireless and a distinctive stylish design,...80
By Gear Live on October 04, 2013
Now that I've been using the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard for over a week, my search for the ultimate keyboard might be finally over. It might be one of the strangest looking keyboards Microsoft has ever put out. The Sculpt combines the...-
By cnet on August 26, 2013
Whether you’re already noticing early signs of carpal tunnel syndrome or just want to get started early, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is a cost-effective, well thought-out solution that puts a healthy posture at your...70
By Digital Trends on August 15, 2013
On the whole, both the mouse and keyboard work as advertised in Windows 7 and 8. All we have to do is turn on our computer, plug in the dongle into our computer's USB port, power on the mouse, and voilà! While this new and improved Sculpt...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 15, 2013
We love the fact that we don't have to scrounge for batteries and can use light to power the K750, but its loud keys keep it from being...90
By pc-magazin.de on December 09, 2013
Mit dem Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop vereint Microsoft Ergonomie und schickes Design auf äußerst überzeugende Weise. Schade nur, dass dem Hersteller bei der Beschriftung ein Lapsus unterlaufen ist. Autor/en: Matthias Metzler ...-