See our full review of the Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard. Here is a short video review.
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard Wireless
- Narrow footprint with a separate numeric keypad allows more room for mousing on the right.
- Curved shape is a good average to suit most users' ergonomic needs.
- Magnetically-attached negative tilt bar is very helpful for low work surfaces.
- Chiclet keys, though liked by some users, are not generally considered a good ergonomic choice due to their shallow, hard action.
- Function row keys are not keys at all, but rather pathetic half-size buttons.
The Microsoft Sculpt is a reasonably-priced ergonomic keyboard that should suit most home users. Look at something more advanced, such as Goldtouch or Kinesis, if you want full-sized function keys or the ability to adjust anything other than tilt.