Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for Business

Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for Business

Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for Business is rated3.4167 out of5 by24.
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$49.95

Improved split design and new curved key layout makes this keyboard even more comfortable to use every day.

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Improved split design and new curved key layout makes this keyboard even more comfortable to use every day.

 

 

Place your hands and arms naturally and comfortably with the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. The improved split design encourages a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm position and its new curved key layout makes keys easier to reach.

The Zoom Slider lets you zoom in for close-ups of Web pages, images, and more — with just the touch of a finger. And 5 customizable “My Favorites” keys give you instant access to the folders, files, and Web pages you use most.

  • Get a closer look quickly and accurately with the intuitive Zoom Slider
  • Customizable hot keys let you perform common tasks, like opening documents and replying to email messages, with the touch of a button
  • Improved number pad means you can quickly reach the symbols you use most, like equal sign, parentheses, and backspace
  • Ergonomic design encourages natural wrist and arm alignment so you can work more comfortably

Ratings and reviews

Rated 3 out of5 by fromGreat keyboard, but zoom and 5 hot keys don't workI really like this keyboard for the comfort and wrist support as I work on school work. That and it's wired so no batteries to worry about. But the zoom button I had counted on working never does, and I cannot figure out the 5 hot keys or the document keys. It came with no booklet of how to set them up, just a basic specs book. I'm seriously thinking if sending it back though all the other keys on the keyboard work. Maybe it's only supposed to work with new windows programs. I came here looking for a troubleshoot driver for it, and I'm disappointing to not find anything help wise on the site about it. Hopefully if you get one all the keys work, or you receive a book on how they work. From the reviews it looks like I was the only one who received a faulty one.
Date published: 2014-09-26
Rated 5 out of5 by fromI can type without painOnly have had this keyboard 2 weeks, so far it is great. I have big hands and arthritis in my wrist. This is the only keyboard I found that I can touch type on without pain. My wife has small hands and is 90 wpm touch typist. She was amazed at how easy it was to adapt to the somewhat different layout. The force required to press the keys and the length of travel of the keys seems perfect. Some reviewers say it is cheaply built. Well, its a $50 keyboard. It seems far better than the $20 ones, better than some $100 boards, but not in the same league as the $200 keyboards. I think its a bargain at $50.
Date published: 2015-04-02
Rated 5 out of5 by fromThe best keyboard!!I've owned one of these & just bought my 2nd one! The best keyboard for everyone who has problems with their wrists-Highly recommend it!!
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 5 out of5 by fromBest keyboardHave been using it for over a year now. I used to have problems with my wrists - they are gone now. After you get used to the layout (some keys are a bit farther then I was used to), it works like a charm. Would recommend it - especially to people who know touch-typing.
Date published: 2014-09-16
Rated 3 out of5 by fromYes, the painted keys are terribleThe keyboard is great, but as others have mentioned, the painted keys are terrible. I've been using this second keyboard for a year now, and the M, C, V, comma and shift keys are now just black. Many others are illegible. It's a shame that such a great keyboard is manufactured to such a low quality standard.In addition to the paint job, I'd wish for two more improvements:- I wish the keyboard wasn't quite as loud.- I wish it was easier to wash the keyboard without having to remove a dozen screwsFix these three things and it's a 5/5
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 3 out of5 by fromTime for an update: backlighted keysI've had this for a few years now. It's my third MS ergo keyboard, and the keyboard shape works for me as it always has. Downsides: the spacebar is not securely attached and is noisy; the key labels wear off over time, especially for people who use hand lotion or hand moisturizers. Also in a dark room, like you must have for photo or video editing, you can't see the keys. Backlighted keys would fix both the wear problem and the dark room problem. I am desperately searching for a new keyboard! The Yes to "recommend to a friend" is actually "yes, but with a warning."
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 1 out of5 by fromTwo units wore out in monthsI've been buying the natural series ever since they were first released but the last two I purchased didn't last long at all, not even through to the end of the warranty.The key labels are wearing off on many of the keys making the keyboard unusable for anyone that is not a touch typist.
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 2 out of5 by fromI'll always use a Microsoft ergo keyboard but...this one did not have the usb port as promised and the most used letters wore off quickly. My old white ergo keyboards survived 8 years of use and only the S disappeared. You've GOT to dosomething about the keys, Microsoft.
Date published: 2015-06-05
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