We are coming up on 20 years of ergonomic keyboards at Microsoft and today we take a look behind our latest products to sooth your tired wrists. Of the three, the most stark departure from 'normal' keyboards is the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop. I've been using this keyboard now for several weeks and it is a pleasure to use. it includes a detached keypad. This is partly because the numpad is not used as often, but it is also because the numpad requires you to move your hand out beyond it, which could be uncomfortable in the long term. I love the detachable keypad because when I'm playing a game on my PC I don't really need a full keyboard, I just use the detached numpad and a mouse. Suneel Goud, Rachel Waite, and James Tsai walk us through some of the considerations they had when creating the ergo line of products.
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