I own an ergonomic keyboard and have for years – to me, it’s a godsend. While obviously a traditional one isn’t convenient or workable for travelers or even business trips when on the road, it’s a nice relief to use in between my trips.
Given how often we push those keys (aka more than a thousand times per day), having a well-designed keyboard is a worthy investment just like having a great mattress is – it’s where we spend a significant amount of our time. As Techcrunch so rightly pointed out in their review, too many people execute their toil with bad hardware.
Microsoft’s new ergonomic keyboard is called the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop keyboard. The Sculpt will retail for $129 as part of a three-part bundle: Mouse, keyboard, and detached num pad.