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[Best Buy] Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard - $29.95

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[Best Buy] Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard - $29.95

A very comfortable keyboard to type on once you get used to it. Wired is pro/con depending on how you look at it. Usually this is $40+ at all retailers so it's a good time to grab one.

Brought to you by Price Dropper ca. Amazon also has it at this price but ships in 1 - 2 months.
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I have that for work and can confirm that it is very comfortable. A bit big, takes a little while to get use to, but pretty ergonomic overall. definitely worth the 30$
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Bah, i paid $42.99 3-4 months ago.
I was the one who put it on price dropper. Your welcome.

This is perhaps the best price in several years. Buy.
In Japan, the hand can be used like a knife.
But this method doesn't work with a tomato...
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Same price at amazon for free shipping if you have prime.
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Good timing. My wife spilt milk on our old one a couple weeks ago. No use crying about it but she hates the mechanical keyboard I've subbed in. She'll be happy with this!
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jdewit wrote:
Oct 18th, 2019 1:41 pm
Good timing. My wife spilt milk on our old one a couple weeks ago. No use crying about it but she hates the mechanical keyboard I've subbed in. She'll be happy with this!
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I did the same thing and spilled a glass of orange juice on mine a few years ago. I replaced it with a washable keyboard from Logitech, but this is a good price for a replacement.
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Best fugly keyboard ever. Had this for 2 years and I get it wet all the time but it JIST WON'T DIE.
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vivibaby wrote:
Oct 18th, 2019 2:28 pm
Best fugly keyboard ever. Had this for 2 years and I get it wet all the time but it JIST WON'T DIE.
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In Japan, the hand can be used like a knife.
But this method doesn't work with a tomato...
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Oct 18th, 2019 2:34 pm
How did you get your keyboard wet? and all the time!!
I'm very clumsy with my drinks. Then it would get sticky so I would wash it with water and air dry upside down. Still working to this day. Face Without MouthSplashing Sweat SymbolSplashing Sweat Symbol
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vivibaby wrote:
Oct 18th, 2019 2:28 pm
Best fugly keyboard ever. Had this for 2 years and I get it wet all the time but it JIST WON'T DIE.
I have one at the office that is at 19+ years now and still working fine! Hoping it takes me through to retirement. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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I’ve replaced two of these due to spilt water but have had them since they came out (and the previous version too)

The new wireless one is much smaller (due to separate number pad)

If you can afford the new wireless one highly recommend it

Otherwise solid deal on a great keyboard
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GangStarr wrote:
Oct 18th, 2019 3:56 pm
I’ve replaced two of these due to spilt water but have had them since they came out (and the previous version too)

The new wireless one is much smaller (due to separate number pad)

If you can afford the new wireless one highly recommend it

Otherwise solid deal on a great keyboard
While I agree that the Sculpt Ergo design is nice and arguably more ergonomic to use because there's less distance to the mouse (for right-handed mousers, at least), I had it for about 1 week and had to return it. It had connectivity issues and stuck keys which was resolved by either pulling the USB dongle or rebooting the computer. This happened several times in the span of a week, which is unacceptable. If you look online, you'll see others have reported similar experiences. I'm not saying they're all like that, but QC is definitely questionable. My Natural Ergo 4000, however, has been going strong for a decade. Don't know why they never made it wireless. Even their newest revision of the 4000 (just called "Ergonomic" now) is wired.

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