Microsoft is not involved solely in just software and operating systems, you know, as they too have a stake in the world of hardware, and the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is one of them. The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop happens to be the latest evolution of Microsoft’s Natural line of ergonomic products, where the first of those rolled out approximately two decades back. The whole idea when designing the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop was this – to come up with something pleasing to the eyes, without sacrificing the ergonomics and functionality.
The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is made up of the Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard and the Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse, with the former boasting the now classic split layout (as a gamer, I hated that layout all those years ago, simply because it made the keys harder to reach in my FPS games for various weapons), but if you were to use it to type, I guess your fingers would glide over it as though they were dancing, and hopefully, increase your productivity along the way. Do expect the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop to hit the market later this month for $129.95, and you can also pick up the Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse as a separate device for $59.95 a pop. [Press Release]
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