Microsoft Announces New Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard And Mouse

Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse

Microsoft today announced the new Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop which consists of Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard and the Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse. This is the evolution of Microsoft’s Natural line of ergonomic products. Both the keyboard and mouse are designed to be beautiful without sacrificing the ergonomic benefits.

Keyboard:

Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

Unique design for comfort and functionality

With its modern, ergonomic design, Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard sets the standard for support and comfort. It keeps your hands and arms in a relaxed position as you work, helping you feel refreshed after a day at your desk without soreness or injury.

Protection for your joints

Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is built on advanced ergonomic principles, with a split keyboard layout that keeps wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest that protects against inflammation and repetitive stress injuries. The domed keyboard shape works to reduce and correct excessive wrist pronation that can cause pain and limited mobility.

Following the body’s natural lines

The natural arc layout follows the curve of your fingertips for a more natural way of typing. The reverse-tilt design positions the keyboard at the correct angle to give you a neutral wrist position.

Mouse:

Streamlined curves maximize comfort

The advanced design of Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse maximizes wrist comfort while making navigation effortless. Shaped to encourage a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm posture, Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse helps prevent the pain of repetitive stress injuries.

Navigation made simple

Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse perfectly integrates with Windows 8. Simply click the Windows button for one-touch to access to the Start screen.

The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop will be available in August 2013 for an suggested retail price of $129.95 (U.S.). The Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse will also be available separately for an suggested retail price of $59.95 (U.S.).

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  • Yuan Taizong

    I understand how they’re better, but whence you try to use those things, you’ll notice how different they are, most people woulnd’t easily get used to the different shapes.