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Microsoft - Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Wireless USB Keyboard and Mouse - Black

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop L5V-00001 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse: This wireless keyboard and mouse are designed to encourage good hand and wrist posture. The keyboard has a split dome shape to fit the curve of your hands, and the mouse's raised design allows you to keep your wrist in a more comfortable, natural position.
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 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

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    92% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (582 out of 635)

    Features


    2.4GHz wireless connection

    Mouse and keyboard connect to your computer using a wireless USB receiver and work up to 10 ft. away.

    Compatible with most versions of Windows

    Works across a variety of Windows computers.

    With BlueTrack technology, your mouse works on a variety of surfaces

    This mouse's blue beam is 4 times larger than a standard laser, and it captures a high-contrast image of whatever surface it's on for precise accuracy.

    Mouse design includes back button and Windows button

    The back button makes Web navigation simpler by letting you go back to a previous page with a click. The Windows button on the side of the mouse can be clicked to activate the Start menu.

    4-direction scroll wheel

    The mouse's scroll wheel can be used to scroll both vertically and horizontally.

    104-key design

    The natural arc keyboard layout follows the curve of your fingertips to encourage a more natural typing posture.

    Separate 10-key numeric keypad

    The number pad is separated from the rest of the keyboard to provide more options for how you want to use your desk space.

    Advanced ergonomic design encourages natural posture

    Mouse angle and height are designed to place wrist in a comfortable position and reduce pressure on carpal tunnel area. The keyboard's arc and reverse tilt design add comfort.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 635 reviews

    92%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 11 reviews

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Nothing is perfect

      Posted
      Sean
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I couldn't choose between this one and the new Surface Ergonomic Keyboard, but my desktop doesn't have bluetooth so I ended up getting this one. However, nothing is perfect. But I've read a lot of reviews on this one before buying it so I accept every imperfection of it. There are a few things I don't like about it: 1. No on and off button. If you don't take out your batteries the keyboard will continue working even though your desktop is off. The mouse has a power button, but I decided to keep using my old mouse because I feel more comfortable using it. 2. No caps lock indicator. 3. Palm rest. This is the major reason that kept me from buying this keyboard but I decided to live with it since I didn't pay full price. The palm rest is extremely easy to get worn out. Two days after using this keyboard its palm rest has already started losing color, and my hands are not sweaty at all. I've heard that the fabric on the palm rest will come off too after a long period of time, but whatever. 4. Many people complaint about the dongle. I only use this keyboard at home and I am not taking it anywhere so the dongle is connected all the time. Therefore, I am not worried about losing it at all. The good things: Very comfortable to type on. I totally forgot how to type when I just started using it but I got used to it a few days later. I've tried many mechanical keyboards, and I would say once you get used to this keyboard, you will forget about the mechanical keyboards. Key travel is good, and the feedback is also nice. It is also very quiet except for the space bar. I even use this keyboard for gaming, and it works for me. I could have bought a mechanical keyboard if I focus on gaming, but I type a lot so I chose this one. Overall, it is a good buy for the discounted price. I wouldn't buy it if it wasn't on sale just because of the dislikes I mentioned.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good keyboard that meets most needs

      Posted
      mblackmo
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I have had and used this keyboard for about a month now in my job as a computer engineer. I really like it and find it a definite improvement over the wireless bluetooth Mac keyboard I used previously. While not a perfect fit for the Mac, it is a close enough analogue that this is now my "daily driver" and I really appreciate how "easier" on the wrists it is. I was able to remap most of the relevant keys using the Mac keyboard utility without the need for third party software. The learning curve was not too steep, however, the placement of the angle of the "r" key means I often miss this letter do to the way that I position my hands on the keyboard. This is a loss of one star for this angle issue and the fact that it lacks native Mac compatibility. This keyboard is definitely designed for the class touch typist and the "hunt and peck" kind will not find it very useable. Again, the learning curve is not large, the health benefits are significant, so take the time to let this keyboard help you learn to type properly and you will never regret it. Battery life has been good. The mouse is only a right handed mouse (and "I have news for you--I am not right handed!), so it has been of limited use for me. The wireless number pad has not been used or evaluated by me. One strong word of caution. Each dongle is paired specifically with the keyboard permanently (according to Microsoft), so if you lose it or wish to have one for travel--that is NOT AN OPTION. This may be a deal breaker for some--it almost was for me. This is the loss of the second star. Overall, this is an excellent keyboard the drops to average for a Mac user because of design issues. It is a 4 star keyboard for the PC users. I would buy it again. I think it is a good purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      great product

      Posted
      nocarpaltunnels
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is a nice upgrade for ergonomics. The keyboard is small and once my fingers and brain were retrained to use it (what a terrible two weeks) I will never go back to my older model and hope that they continue to make this for a long time! I type for more than 6 hours every day and have no numbness or fatigue symptoms in my hands and arms, which I attribute to the design of the keyboard. The mouse also has a learning curve, but now that I have mastered it, it is very comfortable to use. The separate keypad is good, if I'm only doing 10 key entry it is easy to position to somewhere comfortable, and if I only need occasional use I can put it anywhere on my desk. Again it is a learning curve but once mastered, everything is coming up roses. The only drawback to the whole bundle is the fact that the keypad uses a button-type lithium ion battery, which is an oddball large size and not carried too many places (although I did find an internet supply) and the battery fails literally after 30 days of use. I do turn off the computer at night so the components should all not be broadcasting to each other, but the keypad goes totally dead after 30 days. Make sure you have a supply of batteries on hand or you will not be 10-keying anything after that time period. The function keys on the keyboard are also quite small and tend to stick, making the keyboard act strangely, but since I am aware that it is an issue, I check that first thing when I notice any peculiar behavior. Overall, the bundle is great, the only thing holding me back from a 5 star review is the battery issue on the keypad!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      wrist pain instantly releaf

      Posted
      tbogard
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I code almost 14 hours a day as a full time programmer for 3 companies. I had been having issues the last 4 months and I was continually ignoring the pain in my wrists and fingers until I decided that I need to go for an ergonomic keyboard. To be honest, there were several options on the store and I had to evaluate each keyboard in order to look the keyboard that fit the most to my body natural disposition. there were bulky keyboards on the Microsoft brand, there were curved keyboards that constrains worse my wrists and after several testings my best option was this keyboard. after adding the addon that it goes under the keyboard after an hour I felt very rested from my wrist. the learning curve to use this keyboard depends in your capabilities of writing. in my case it didn't took me more than 3 hours to get to my normal coding speed, but time by time I had to check visually where I type when I do a typo to do some muscle memory. My fingers feels more relaxed and building muscle memory on my fingers took a little. It was in my personal case and this could change in another person's performace. The mouse: I had a Logitech MX 420 that could pair with this mouse, but definitively I go with the provided on the box. it is quite confortable and I can rest my hand properly without constraining my wrist. I had a Razer Mamba mouse that I used almost daily and no point of comparison against Microsoft's ergonomic mouse. You feel the rest on your wrist when you start to use it. you shouldn't judge the appearance of the mouse. The wireless number keypad I place it next to my mouse and it is quite confortable if those two are close to my hand's disposition. If you are an avid writer, coder or gamer with carpal tunnel issues, you could go with this one.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Still adjusting - overall nice

      Posted
      ZBee
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I use this with an iMac and a Macbook (2009, 2010 respectively) with no problems. I remapped the ctrl, cmd, etc keys through settings. Having only tired the microsoft 4000 once, and finding it too bukly, I tried this one out. I havent spent time with these ergonomic lines so I am not used to the arrangement of the keys. The keys are not as silky smooth like the macbook keys are (I use this with my 2009 Macbook, which I LOVE the keys but my wrists hurt after a long while). With this, the wrist angle is alleviated, however, again, the keys aren't the same silky feel as with my macbook, and the reach for some of the keys are a bit of a stretch. I find the backspace very far for my pinky. so whenever i tap it I often need to lift my hand from 'ready position.' Which is annoying because I often have to reorient my right hand on the keyboard. Additionally, now instead of getting wrist pain, I sometimes find pain on my distal forearm, I think because I am having to reach differently for the keys. After 1.5 month of use, I still am not as speedy and accurate with this keyboard, and often find myself still enjoying the macbook keyboard. more. I used my macbook keyboard since 2010, almost everyday, so perhaps it will take time adjusting... Nonetheless, I prefer this over the microsoft 4000 because 1. the keys are much quiter 2. the keyboard is smaller, and is wireless (I use a mouse and cannot stand how far the mouse is from the alpha keys on the 4000). Additional notes: -the receiver is a one-and-only....meaning you lose the receiver and your keyboard is worthless. So do not lose it. I do not know why microsoft made it like this. very disappointing. -the mouse is useless. at least I found it to be. I use a logitech mouse. -the num keypad is cool if you actually use it. I do not, and left it in the box.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      love it!

      Posted
      km22
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I love this keyboard. it replaced the older wired ergo version that still works, but after 5-6 years the letters were worn and it was time for a change. I saw this one on display at an office store and had to have it. My only small quirk with it is that I wish the number pad had a riser like the keyboard. I use my number key a lot and I think it would have been better to have it at the same level. I think it's a neat idea that it's mobile and could be used like a calculator per say, but doubtful that I'll move it from the normal spot on the right side. The mouse took some getting used to, but now I really like it as well. Don't give up on the mouse too early. When I actually looked at the directions on how to position my hand it felt more comfortable and is now a natural motion. I haven't experienced any delay. This is my first wireless keyboard and I have to say it does make dusting a lot easier being able to just move it. Haven't had to change the batteries. Not sure how long they are supposed to last, but it's almost been 2 months of 7 hour days, 5 days a week and it's still going strong. Oh, and the wrist pad gets a little spot from where your wrists rest on them especially if you lotion your hands throughout the day, but I just run a soft towel over it and it cleans right up. I'm a fan!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Cozy setup if you can pick f-keys vs media

      Posted
      fcake
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      It's a stable/comfortable all-around setup. MS ergonomic format takes a bit to get used to, but it's pretty cozy once you get rolling. The mouse is also comfortable, but is made more for tilt-to-move as opposed to just lifting it. Maintains a 100% stable connection in my office, though there are only 2 computers in this wing so ymmv. My only real problems with it: 1: The f-keys. There's a hard switch toggle between media keys and media keys, which doesn't seem like a big deal, until you use it for a bit then have to pick between F5 and volume/media. Also the actuation point is awkward. Once you press past "the hump" it doesn't mean f3/f5/f9/etc will actually register. You have to press just a little past that, and that's really thrown me off. I keep thinking something's lagging. The rest of the keys are fine, though. 2: More a personal preference here, but I like having some decent grip on the right side of my mouse. (like ambidextrous feel) This mouse is probably ok for most people, though.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        MicrosoftOutreachTeam

        Hi there,

        Thank you for your thoughtful review of the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop. We can tell from the details you provided that you've put a lot of thought into sharing your experience, and we really appreciate it. We're delighted that you love the comfort of your new set-up!

        Happy typing,

        Jessica
        Microsoft Customer Care Microsoft

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great keyboard/mouse combo

      Posted
      Christian
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I had a previous version of the Microsoft natural keyboard and used it for years. I am not sure if that plays into my comfort with this one, but I do prefer a natural and Microsoft makes one that fits my preferences for form and function. Form: I dig the form of this set up. The keyboard looks super sharp and that was one reason I bought it. It is not quite flat, which may seem odd until you consider it is trying to rise up to your hands ergonomically. The mouse seems a little tall because it has a small footprint, which after a month I am still getting used to. I just have a little problem keeping my hand in the position it is designed for. Function: Great function too. I researched the keyboard and mouse before I purchased, so I knew what I was getting. The mouse has 3 buttons + Windows button and scroll wheel and the keyboard is fully loaded for standard users. The number pad is separate, which is great for portability and desk space (some users simply don't use one), but when I need it I invariably have to go looking around to find it. It's not a big deal, just not one I have found a good personal solution for. All in all, I think it's a solid set and I transition from home office to work office several times a week with no problem. I hope this helps!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars with 11 reviews

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