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Microsoft Natural Keyboard Elite
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Description du produit
GARANTIE PAR HP SUR SITE JUSQU'EN 2015
Serveur de documents
41 / 41 ppm
Vitesse Noir et Blanc
Temps de préchauffage
Sortie du mode veille
Temps de 1ere copie N&B
Temps de 1ere copie Couleur
écran LCD tactile N&B
Vitesse du processeur
80.0 Go en standard
1200 x 600 dpi
Sources de papier maximum
320.0 x 457.2mm
Chargeur de documents
Consommation en fonctionnement
Consommation en veille
Puissance sonore en fonctionnement
Puissance sonore en veille
704 x 63 x 1194 mm
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
When I first purchased this keyboard, I immediately picked up about 10 words per minute. I type fast (average around 100 words per minute), and I attribute a lot of that to using a comfortable keyboard.
I code a lot and I email a lot, and I can type on this thing for hours without any wrist or hand strain. The only real drawback is that it's ruined other keyboards for me. When I use a standard straight keyboard, I'm now much more aware of just how awkward and uncomfortable it is. When I use any Apple keyboard, for example, my wrists hurt and my hands cramp after a few minutes.
I recommend this keyboard to anybody for whom comfort is a priority. You cannot beat a split ergonomic keyboard. There may be a bit of a learning curve for non touch typists, but the benefit to your body is well worth the investment.
A final note: I prefer this keyboard over the larger "pro" models because I don't need or like the extra keys for multimedia, etc. and this one is a bit smaller. Also, be advised that they Home/End/Delete/Page Up/Page Down/Insert keys and the arrow keys are not arranged in the standard way. I use all of these keys a lot, but the different placement has never been a problem for me.
I have had this keyboard for 5 years now and it has never failed. The letters have not worn off any of the keys ar all either, unlike many keyboards I have seen. If you want a more comfortable keyboard, get yourself one of these ergonomic keyboards. Just don't buy this one. There are newer models for far less money.
Edit: Well after looking for my new keyboard, I suppose I can now understand why this keyboard went from $34.00 to $199.00. Apparently, Microsoft and just about every other company out there that makes keyboards has decided that all keyboards need to be black. I despise black keyboards. I guess I will be keeping this one for another 5 years. :/
Logitech is my favorite peripheral company and I've tried their "natural" curve keyboards but the curve isn't deep enough to really alleviate wrist strain. The Microsoft keyboard has a nice deep angle which other companies haven't duplicated.
I play games and have tried the Razer Tarantula but after using a "natural" keyboard I just couldn't get used to a normal "straight" keyboard and switched back to the Microsoft Natural.
If you spend a lot of time on a computer and have wrist fatigue, try a natural keyboard for a couple of weeks. I guarantee you'll get used to the initial odd feeling of typing on it, and once you see how much it helps your wrists, you'll never switch it out.
Love this keyboard. They are hard to find as I don't think Microsoft makes this version anymore. I believe the asking price was too expensive (not only from this amazon seller). Literally a year ago I ordered two of these keyboards from an Amazon seller for under $50.00 each, now they are close to $100.00 or more (I believe because they are so hard to find and they are no longer making them). Regardless, I was willing, with some hesitation, to pay it because this is my favorite keyboard. Do not agree with the purchase price at all.
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