Microsoft has always had a skill for developing ergonomic keyboards and mice; their latest addition to the computer accessory world appears to be no exception. The company has just announced the new Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop.
The new keyboard has a unique split design down the center, which is coupled with a cushioned palm rest and the signature dome shape. Ergonomic keyboards help to reduce pain for users who type for hours on end by keeping your wrists at a natural angle while working. The included mouse is also designed to be more ergonomic with sculpted contours.
From the press image above, the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop, appears to be a collection of three pieces - the keyboard, the mouse, and a separate number pad.
The new ergonomic combo from Microsoft will be available later this month on the 15th with an MSRP of $129.95, but if you just want to pick up the keyboard you can do so for $79.95 – the mouse for $59.95. You can find a listing for it already at the Microsoft Store.
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