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Expert reviews of Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000
Review score distribution (out of 25 reviews)
  • 90-100:
    2
  • 75-89:
    7
  • 65-74:
    7
  • 0-64:
    2
  • Unrated:
    7
75
out of 100
  • Easy-to-adjust keyboard height and angle, Programmable quick-launch keys cut down on mousing,
    Split keyboard design with raised centre makes for comfortable typing, Unique mouse design keeps wrist at a neutral angle
  • Keys and scroll wheel offer too much resistance for ultimate comfort, Mouse is right-handed only,
    Inconvenient thumb-button placement
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Testseek.co.uk has collected 25 expert reviews for Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.co.uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Score
2008-07-10
Good:  Easy-to-adjust keyboard height and angle; split keyboard design with raised centre makes for comfortable typing; programmable quick-launch keys cut down on mousing; unique mouse design keeps wrist at a neutral angle
Bad:  Keys and scroll wheel offer too much resistance for ultimate comfort; mouse is right-handed only; inconvenient thumb-button placement
Bottomline:  Though it may not offer much relief from clinical repetitive stress injuries, the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 will satisfy users who want a slightly more comfortable keyboard and mouse than the one that came with their computer ...
Score
70%


2012-02-27
Bottomline:  The mouse is extremely responsive and ergonomically correct. Combined with a convenient and efficient keyboard, it makes one of the best wireless duos available....
Score
-


2008-04-24
Good:  Easy-to-adjust keyboard height and angle; split keyboard design with raised center makes for comfortable typing; programmable quick-launch keys cut down on mousing; unique mouse design keeps wrist at a neutral angle.
Bad:  Keys and scroll wheel offer a bit too much resistance for ultimate comfort; mouse is right-handed only; inconvenient thumb-button placement.
Bottomline:  Though it may not offer much relief from clinical repetitive stress injuries, the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 will satisfy users who want a slightly more comfortable keyboard and mouse than the one that came with their computer.
Score
70%


2008-02-22
Good:  Advanced Ergonomic Design, Aesthetically Pleasing, Combines Two Popular Microsoft Devices
Bad:  Some Keyboard Layout Issues, Ergonomics May Take Getting Used To
Bottomline:  The Microsoft Natural Wireless Ergonomic Desktop 7000 offers a very interesting mix of components, and provides a stable 2.4 GHz wireless desktop with a different slant. There are a few design issues, and niggling flaws, but for a purely ergonomic bus...
Score
80%


2007-11-26
Good:  The keyboard: ergonomic, long battery life, hella comfy.
Bad:  The mouse: not precise enough to use for gaming; no rechargeable batteries.
Score
70%


2007-11-20
Good:  Easy to set up Mouse is extremely comfortable Good for chronic pain sufferers
Bad:  Wrist rest gets uncomfortable Height adjustment doesnt work
Bottomline:  The keyboard is less ergonomic than uncomfortable but the mouse more than makes up for it.
Score
60%


2007-09-30
Excerpt:  September 30, 2007 By Theo Cevallos The world was divided in two when ergonomic keyboards were released: You either like them, or you don’t. And in spite of the significant money, time and effort spent on developing and refining ergonomic input devi...
Score
75%


2007-08-23
Bottomline:  The mouse does feel rather natural in my hand, if not a little big. The thumb buttons are not exactly at your thumb position, but upwards a fair distance and I cannot actually reach the further one (forward button) without repositioning my hand on the...
Score
60%


2007-08-02
Excerpt:  The average computer user supposedly spends about six hours a day in front of the machine. Those of us in the internet press pull way more than that, and despite the fact that the majority of us are young enough to otherwise be in the prime of our phys...
Score
71%


2007-07-28
Good:  Comfortable and ergonomic. Includes software for tweaking options. Both input devices wireless.
Bad:  Mouse may require a stretch for smaller hands. Price is still pretty high.
Bottomline:  If you want an ergonomic overhaul within your desk space, then the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 is the best place to start....
Score
80%


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