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Lenovo.com has Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard & Keypad Set (78011302) on sale for $54.99. Shipping is free.

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    • With its modern, ergonomic design, Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard sets the standard for support and comfort. It keeps your hands and arms in a relaxed position as you work, helping you feel refreshed after a day at your desk without soreness or injury.
    • Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is built on advanced ergonomic principles, with a split keyboard layout that keeps wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest that protects against inflammation and repetitive stress injuries. The domed keyboard shape works to reduce and correct excessive wrist pronation that can cause pain and limited mobility.
    • Includes 3-year warranty.
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This seems to be about $10 less than what I usually see as the lowest price around at any given time (recently I've been seeing it an otherwise low of ~$65 @ Dell.com & B&H).

The Desktop set, which includes the keyboard + separate num-pad as well as the sculpt mouse is usually $120+ and occasionally on sale for ~$100 (~$110 @ Dell.com now). It's not a $45 mouse for me though, so I prefer this set.

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/acce...p/78011302
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Currently using this with my makeshift WFH setup. I initially bought it for my wife three years ago, but she experienced the "sticky key issue" that has plagued this keyboard, so it was collecting dust for two years. I hooked it up to my ThinkPad dock, and I also got the sticky key issue. I believe I used the FilterKeys fix, and it's been smooth going ever since.
I've been using this for years - at home and at work. With their sculpt mouse too.
I honestly don't like chiclet type keyboards (this, macs, etc) but no nice mech keyboards come in ergo style. So given the alternatives these have served me really well for at least 5 years now home+work without any real issues.
CONS: Prefer mechanical keys. Like the sculpt mouse too - not in this bundle. Range of receiver isn't impressive.
PROS: Ergo. Don't underestimate the benefit of the narrow width without the key pad. It's much more comfortable for day to day ergonomics to not have to reach 4-6" out wider to the right for your mouse pad. Unless you're data entry #'s all day, - even as a developer - learn to type and ditch the number pad.
using this keyboard right now with their mouse. Highly recommend this set. It's the best keyboard and mouse Ive ever used. Once you have gone ergonomics, you dont want to go back to using the "regular" stuff.

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Nvm price show up as is.
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Thanks. Asking Dell to price match it.
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Currently using this with my makeshift WFH setup. I initially bought it for my wife three years ago, but she experienced the "sticky key issue" that has plagued this keyboard, so it was collecting dust for two years. I hooked it up to my ThinkPad dock, and I also got the sticky key issue. I believe I used the FilterKeys fix, and it's been smooth going ever since.
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OP, you rock!
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Thoughts on the mouse combo? I have a decent Logitech mouse but also don't really want to deal with 2 separate USB receivers
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Using this model for more than 7 years, I love it. Great for the money.
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Thoughts on the mouse combo? I have a decent Logitech mouse but also don't really want to deal with 2 separate USB receivers
Thought I would hate it, ended up loving it. It's a weird bulbous shape but turned out to be incredibly comfortable. Your hand kind of drapes over it.
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using this keyboard right now with their mouse. Highly recommend this set. It's the best keyboard and mouse Ive ever used. Once you have gone ergonomics, you dont want to go back to using the "regular" stuff.
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So many recent negative reviews on Amazon?

https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-...PN4G1&th=1
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I have been using a Microsoft Natural 4000 for many years. Anybody switch to the sculpt from that? If so, how is it compared to the 4000? I have been debating getting one for quite a while now.
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Thoughts on the mouse combo? I have a decent Logitech mouse but also don't really want to deal with 2 separate USB receivers
Works fine on Mac except the mouse side button - no msft software for the kit as far as I can tell. Keyboard works and is mappable, mouse left / right / scroll works, but can't map (or use) the side button.
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I have been using a Microsoft Natural 4000 for many years. Anybody switch to the sculpt from that? If so, how is it compared to the 4000? I have been debating getting one for quite a while now.
The keys are way less travel than the previous gen but I kind of like it now.
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I've been using this for years - at home and at work. With their sculpt mouse too.
I honestly don't like chiclet type keyboards (this, macs, etc) but no nice mech keyboards come in ergo style. So given the alternatives these have served me really well for at least 5 years now home+work without any real issues.
CONS: Prefer mechanical keys. Like the sculpt mouse too - not in this bundle. Range of receiver isn't impressive.
PROS: Ergo. Don't underestimate the benefit of the narrow width without the key pad. It's much more comfortable for day to day ergonomics to not have to reach 4-6" out wider to the right for your mouse pad. Unless you're data entry #'s all day, - even as a developer - learn to type and ditch the number pad.
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