YearOfTheLinuxDesktop wrote:

what about the MS ultimate keyboard 7000? the only annoying defect it has is that it's curved (and maybe also that it uses bluetooth that means lower battery life and that you can't use it for example to install an OS) however it's still a great keyboard.


I'm thinking of grabbing that one for either my new gaming pc or my media center. I'd prefer it to have the split down the middle, but still. Are these things available separately or do you have to buy them as a keyboard/mouse combo?

For word processing/programming/other typing tasks, I have the Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. I wish I could find the natural ergonomic 7000 version (which is, as far as I can tell, the same, only wireless), but I'm not sure if it's even for sale anywhere.

For my current gaming PC, I still have the ancient Logitech Cordless Desktop Pro. PS/2 connector and old-skool Windows 95 style Windows keys and everything.