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Best Buy has Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo (L5V-00001) for $64.99. Shipping is free otherwise choose curbside pickup where stock permits.Thanks to Community Member CharlesCCC for finding this deal.

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Includes:
  • Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Wireless USB Keyboard and Mouse
  • 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver
  • Numeric keypad
  • 1 lithium (CR2430), 2 AA and 2 AAA batteries
  • Owner's manual
Features:
  • 2.4GHz wireless connection
  • Compatible with most versions of Windows
  • BlueTrack technology
  • Mouse design includes back button and Windows button
  • 4-direction scroll wheel
  • 104-key design
  • Separate 10-key numeric keypad
  • Advanced ergonomic design

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Have used this combo for past 5+ years (both at work and at home), Love it. this is the lowest price i have seem for awhile. Highly recommended.

Best Buy [bestbuy.com] [bestbuy.com] has Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo (L5V-00001) for $64.99. Shipping is free otherwise choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

Amazon [amazon.com] [amzn.to] has Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo (L5V-00001) for $64.99. Shipping is free.

Includes:
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Wireless USB Keyboard and Mouse
2.4GHz wireless USB receiver
Numeric keypad
1 lithium (CR2430), 2 AA and 2 AAA batteries
Owner's manual

Features:
2.4GHz wireless connection
Compatible with most versions of Windows
BlueTrack technology
Mouse design includes back button and Windows button
4-direction scroll wheel
104-key design
Separate 10-key numeric keypad
Advanced ergonomic design

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erazz61 asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 12:16 PM
11-30-2021 at 12:16 PM
Yes, and it's magnetic so you can remove/attach it quickly.

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It's not the keyboard that sucks
This is my favorite keyboard!
I've gone through 3 of these, so my experience hasn't been as good as OP's. The reason I went through 3 instead of 1 is because the keyboard was probably the best ergonomic and quiet one out there (if not the only one at the time). All the other ergonomic keyboards were loud and clacky using older style keys instead of chiclet. Over time the keyboards would stop holding a connection and basically became large flat paperweights. Also, my FN keys would stick sometimes, the esc key is too small, and I prefer a 2-row layout for insert/home/pgup/etc. I never used the mouse as I found it to be too bulbous for my liking.

Now there are alternatives out there, and I have moved on. I'm now using a Logitech K860. The layout is slightly off from the MS one, and it took me a week or so to be fully comfortable with it. I personally like the keypad attached, but some may not. It's more expensive than the MS one, but so far (1.5 yr) it has been solid for me.

I'm a programmer, so my use might differ from yours.

Edit: I should mention that I went through 3 at both work and home over 8 or so years, so I do feel like I got my money's worth.

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even comes with free Office 365 family 3 month subscription if you buy from BestBuy.

Also, this was front page a while ago at $80. so slick deal!
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Love this setup, have one at work and at home. I'm tempted to order another just to have a backup
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This is my favorite keyboard!
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Thanks for the heads up! I've been wanting to get one of these especially because of the separated number pad. In 4 one.
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I've gone through 3 of these, so my experience hasn't been as good as OP's. The reason I went through 3 instead of 1 is because the keyboard was probably the best ergonomic and quiet one out there (if not the only one at the time). All the other ergonomic keyboards were loud and clacky using older style keys instead of chiclet. Over time the keyboards would stop holding a connection and basically became large flat paperweights. Also, my FN keys would stick sometimes, the esc key is too small, and I prefer a 2-row layout for insert/home/pgup/etc. I never used the mouse as I found it to be too bulbous for my liking.

Now there are alternatives out there, and I have moved on. I'm now using a Logitech K860. The layout is slightly off from the MS one, and it took me a week or so to be fully comfortable with it. I personally like the keypad attached, but some may not. It's more expensive than the MS one, but so far (1.5 yr) it has been solid for me.

I'm a programmer, so my use might differ from yours.

Edit: I should mention that I went through 3 at both work and home over 8 or so years, so I do feel like I got my money's worth.
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Quote from Daemon_EA :
i have this keyboard and it SUCKS I do not recommend. Misses many keystrokes due to wonky wireless connection.
It's not the keyboard that sucks
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Also available from Best Buy via eBay [ebay.com] too.
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Anyone know how this compares to the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000? Better? Similar?
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I love the keyboard and have had no real issues however, the mouse has been a huge headache. I constantly get disconnects, the scroll wheel will randomly stop working (power on/off fixes) and worst of all is how fast it eats through two AA batteries. I got fed up and spiked it on the ground and that's that. I tried to get support on it and it was laughably bad.
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Adding another datapoint: Have been using this exact setup for work, for just over a year. I have had wonky issues in the past with the wireless usb dongle (maybe once every couple of months that requires re-seating the dongle) which can be annoying. I changed power management settings to NOT let Windows put those to sleep and it has helped immensely.

The mouse and keyboard themselves are GREAT ergonomically.
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Any body else's rubber from the mouse peeling? No other issues, love having a separate keypad for my work
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Anyone in Atlanta need one send me a dm. I have one i used for maybe 5 minutes
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