Amazing. I've been watching this topic for the past 50 years and nothing ever changes except the hawking of new chairs, keyboards, etc, etc. More amazing is the number of people that fall for this junk. I've used the same style chair, keyboard, mouse for over 30 years and suffered no ill effects .... go figure ....
Ms natural keyboard is bad, and if you really care about ergonomic you would look for split keebs like kinesis advantage, glove 80, or likes of dactyl manuform, moonlander, corne.I prefer using ergonomic keyboards. I hate having to use a basic keyboard, forcing you to turn your wrists in and pull your elbows in to type on them - after a short period of time my wrists start to hurt and my shoulders and elbows soon follow.
Microsoft Natural Keyboard Elite - hands down the best ergonomic keyboard I've ever used.
Only other ergonomic keyboard that I've found that's an okay replacement for the MS Natural Keyboard Elite model (which hasn't been made for many years now) is the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (not the MS Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 model, this model blows).
Typing on laptops and non-ergonomic keyboard sucks.
No thanks. To each their own. I tried a split keyboard before to see what it was like and it was very uncomfortable - perhaps more time with it would have made a difference, but I wasn't willing to drop hundreds of dollars on one just to see if things improved over time.Ms natural keyboard is bad, and if you really care about ergonomic you would look for split keebs like kinesis advantage, glove 80, or likes of dactyl manuform, moonlander, corne.
If you can't freely adjust vertical angle of keeb then it's not really ergonomic, and to do so you need a split.