Let your wrists rest with the discounted Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard
Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard (Image credit: Microsoft)

Microsoft makes some of the best ergonomic keyboards around. In fact, Microsoft makes three of the keyboards on our roundup of the best ergonomic keyboards. Now, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is on sale for $26 off through Lenovo. The discount brings the price of the keyboard down to $55.

Ergonomic keyboards can take a bit of time to get used to, but they let you place your hands in a more natural position. They often also have better support for your wrists. If you're at a desk all day or frequently have longer typing sessions, you'll want to take a look at an ergonomic keyboard to protect your wrists.

The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard has an empty wedge in the middle to help space the keyboard out correctly for wrist wellness. It also has a large palm rest to help you stay comfortable. You can adjust the angle of the keyboard to be more flat, like you may be used to, or at a downward angle, which can help your wrists.

The keyboard comes with a separate number pad, so even though it doesn't have a number pad built in, you'll still have one for data entry.

The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is a more basic keyboard, and while it can connect wirelessly to a PC, you'll need to use its included dongle. The benefit of that is a stable connection, but the downside is that your device will need a spare USB port.

Sean Endicott
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2 Comments
  • done! This is a great deal
  • I purchased one of these this year and love the design, the fairly quiet keys and compact size. However, the dongle connection is unreliable and frequently misses or repeats keystrokes. If it was more reliable, it would be my favorite keyboard of all time. I am using it with a SP7, SPX and Surface Dock 2.