Now, the company is excited to introduce a new Natural keyboard featuring a breakthrough ergonomic design, developed for the loyal users that already love split keyboards.Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 has been expertly crafted to allow you to work in a more natural position. The new Gull Wing design features a 14-degree gable, a natural arc and a curved key bed - bringing the keys closer to your fingers to reduce reach and unnecessary motion, while encouraging a more natural typing position. It also comes equipped with an optional palm lift for a seven-degree reverse slope and a cushioned wrist rest that encourages better arm and wrist alignment. To view these advanced design features watch the Comfort flash demo.CD-ROM driveMac:30 MB of Hard diskFor Multimedia Key(s): iTunesOperating System(s): OS X 10.2 to 10.3 (excluding Mac OS X 10.0 to 10.1)For Internet and E-mail Key(s):Opera 7MSN Explorer 4Apple Safari 1.2Mozilla Firefox 1.0Netscape Navigator 7Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.2.3PC:128 MB of RAM60 MB of Hard diskIntel Pentium 233 MHz or higher processorOperating System(s):Microsoft Windows 2000Microsoft Windows XP ProfessionalMicrosoft Windows XP Home EditionMicrosoft Windows XP Media Center EditionMicrosoft Windows XP Tablet PC EditionFor Multimedia Key(s):Microsoft CD PlayerMicrosoft Deluxe CDMicrosoft Windows Media PlayerFor Internet and E-mail Key(s):AOL 7.0AOL 8.0AOL 9.0MSN Explorer 7.0MSN Explorer 8.0Netscape Navigator 6.1Netscape Navigator 6.2Netscape Navigator 7.0Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or higherB2M-00012CableEmailF-LockInternetKeyboardMicrosoftMicrosoft CorporationMultimediaNatural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000Palm RestUSBZoom Sliderhttp://www.microsoft.com
I'm one of the many who have been typing for years; from college where I earned money as a typist, to secretarial work, and now as a software engineer and a part-time writer, so needless to say that my keyboard is basically a constant companion.From years of typing I've come to learn my likes and dislikes of keyboards. I was one of those who ordered the very first Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard as soon as it came out, and I fell in love with it. After seven years, my faithful keyboard finally gave up the ghos..
As a software developer, I am literally attached to my keyboard. On a typical day, I'll spend anywhere between 5-8 hours typing, so it's of critical importance that the keyboard I use is comfortable. As most programmers and typists can attest, the Microsoft Ergo series of keyboards is the best keyboard for prolonged use.Having used the Ergo keyboards in some form or another for the past 4 years (most recently, the Wireless Elite set), I must say that this keyboard is a step above.To begin with, the constr..
I just picked this up this afternoon and have been very pleased with it so far. I used it to replace a Microsoft Natural Elite keyboard. The wrist/palm rests feel very nice, and I like the fact that the keys are quiet - I'm trying to train myself to take notes while on the phone using the computer instead of using a pad of paper, and I find that loud typing while I'm talking on the phone can interfere with my hearing the other person, and with their perception of my attention. The software does seem relativ..