Neowin: Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Desktop review

By Neowin
Mar 6, 2014
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  1. 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...

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  2. treeski

    treeski TS Evangelist Posts: 990   +233

    I'd get the other Sculpt keyboard if it came without the mouse.
  3. MilwaukeeMike

    MilwaukeeMike TS Evangelist Posts: 2,890   +1,224

    Wow, add a few more disclaimers to justify your review of a device you obviously think is years past it's useful life. Believe it or not, the 'new' fashion still uses a mouse and keyboard. Instead of a desktop PC workplaces now use laptops with docking stations connected to a keyboard, mouse and monitor(s). This allows workers to have all the benefits of a desktop, but still allow them to bring their computer home and to meetings.

    So, as long as there is business and as long as business uses PCs, we'll have keyboards, mice and monitors. You don't have to worry about us thinking your review is pointless. :)
  4. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 8,647   +3,274

    I once tried one of these MS ergonomic keyboards for a few hours and never again. I'm far too used to the old way and besides being cumbersome it looks like it's been left in the sun too long. I used to use a MS sidewinder mouse and I really liked the vertical placement of the back/forward buttons because as a 'gamer' I used them for jump/crouch. I wish more manufacturers would adopt it but I guess that won't happen anytime soon but it doesn't matter, I'm just as comfortable using the traditional layout.

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