I'll stick with my ms natural ergonomic 4000. They should really bundle these with cheaper hp/dell/lenovo computers for companies.
Now you're just mashing it!
This is really a field that has not interested me until today. But i do realize the need for this device i am however concerned that windows was beaten to the punch several times already. Is there a Bluetooth keyboard with android support that has a number pad?
I like these better design wise than the way the split key keyboards were made, but I personally have never really used one. This one specifically though I could see as probably being nice to type with. I personally prefer a PS2 keyboard for response and a laser or better Mouse for the same reason generally for when I am getting my game on or typing larger amounts of text (larger than a response unless of course it is one of my longer efforts).
Sweet. One less thing to worry about with this keyboard.
I really like this curved design. It would be great if this design took off and became more mainstream. Is it really much more expensive to add a curve to the design of a keyboard? More manufacturers should do it... but I guess it really is difficult to teach an old dog a new trick... in this case, is it profitable for manufacturers to change their entire lineup of keyboards? If the demand is there, then yes.
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