Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Comfort Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo

MX50069 Wireless Sculpt Comfort Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo
MX50069 Wireless Sculpt Comfort Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo MX50069 Wireless Sculpt Comfort Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo MX50069 Wireless Sculpt Comfort Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Combo

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Looks nice, but does not feel or function very well. Awkward to use.

Submitted on Thursday, November 22, 2018
By James
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Weaknesses of the product

• Many keys are difficult to reach naturally. • Mouse behavior frequently performs unexpected behavior, like suddenly rapidly scrolling my screen. • Shape aggravates wrist pain, while the Logitech Wave did not.

Additional Comments

I had an older Logitech Wave keyboard and mouse combo which was worn out, so I decided to try this similar-looking Microsoft option. At first, it seemed OK, but now that I have used it for a couple of months I am very disappointed (especially for the price I paid).

Use these at work, great product.

Submitted on Friday, July 28, 2017
By Dave
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Affordable Comfortable

Weaknesses of the product

When buying multiples it's easy to mismatch the pairs

Additional Comments

I've bought many of these for work. I have these in the boardrooms and at peoples computers. Haven't had any break nor have I had any complaints about there. They do what they are supposed to and they do it well. Highly recommend.

Nice looking keyboard but has many flaws

Submitted on Friday, October 21, 2016
By Ken
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

The elevated center looks good and feels good. Slim and compact. Gets rid of awkward looking media buttons that take up too much space. Replaces them with makeshift function buttons. Is quiet but buttons still responsive and not too sticky like traditional quiet keyboards.

Weaknesses of the product

- All numeric buttons are shifted too far too the left. Half a centimeter or so. Very hard to hit the 1 key with your pinky even with a pretty long pinky. - Surface of keys are smaller than previous generation as they seem to be cut higher from the base. The lower the cut the larger the key because of pyramid shape on keys. - Don't need a big delete key. Please put the Insert back where it was so power users can still use traditional Cut/Copy/Paste Windows key combos. - Mouse sucks.

Additional Comments

Comfort curve "was" great because they stuck to the traditional keyboard layout while having a slight ergonomic curve and provided large comfortable keys due to the low cut keys. The Elevation in the middle is a progression but the numeric key position is shifted too far the left making it hard to hit the keys properly. This generation of keyboards moves farther away from the perfect keyboard. MS needs to go back to the Comfort Curve 2000 and add strengths without weaknesses.

Does not last

Submitted on Saturday, April 16, 2016
By Rob
From Vancouver

Strengths of the product

Very pleasant keyboard to use, split space bar is great, mouse is bluetrack and a nice shape

Weaknesses of the product

Mouse simply does not last. Bought two of these, after a little over a year both mice are dying. Really love the keyboard though.

Additional Comments

Hard to find an ergonomic keyboard for this price on its own; buy it for the keyboard, but expect to have to replace the mouse after a year or two.
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