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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000

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  • High Definition Laser Technology gives the Mouse more precision, more responsiveness, and smoother tracking.
  • Mouse & Keyboard 2.4 GHz Wireless Technology connects wirelessly right out of the box with virtually no interference
  • Advanced Ergonomic Design promotes a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm position for greater comfort.
  • System Requirements - Windows Vista, Windows XP Professional, Home, Media Center Edition
  • Mouse fits your hand as naturally as a handshake
  • Tablet PC Edition, 60 MB free space, USB port and CD drive
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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 + Belkin WaveRest Gel Mouse Pad -Black + Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
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Technical Details

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  • Mouse Included

Product Details

Style Name: Retail
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 11.1 x 20.6 inches ; 4.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Q6UZBM
  • Item model number: WTA-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (615 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 19, 2007

Product Description

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From the Manufacturer

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000

Advanced ergonomic design
Advanced Ergonomics Meets Advanced Technology

Reduce strain and make time with your computer more enjoyable by using the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000, a combination of the most advanced ergonomic designs for a keyboard and mouse. By resting your arms, wrists, and hands in a more natural position, you reduce pressure on sensitive areas, such as your carpal tunnel, and the potential for injuries resulting from unhealthy posture. In addition, you can take advantage of technology advancements with this keyboard and mouse set and work from up to 30 feet away from your computer with wireless technology. For close-in tasks, use the zoom slider located in the middle of the keyboard to easily zoom in and out by touching your finger on it. Breeze through documents, media files, and webpages easily by using the four-way tilt-scroll wheel on the mouse, aided by the precision and accuracy of industry-leading, high-definition laser technology.


Key Features

  1. 2.4-GHz Wireless Technology - Enjoy the 2.4-gigahertz (GHz) wireless technology, which delivers a reliable connection with up to a 30-foot range, with virtually no interference.

  2. Advanced Ergonomic Design - Work in total comfort by using a mouse and keyboard designed to encourage natural wrist and arm alignment.

  3. Four-Way Scrolling - Scroll four ways for greater efficiency and comfort by using the tilt wheel.

  4. Magnifier - Point and click to enlarge and edit details by using the magnifier.

  5. Battery Life Indicator - Avoid getting caught with a dead battery. The battery status indicator glows red when the battery is running low.


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System Requirements

Compatibility
  • Computer/Operating System
    Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Pro/Pro x64 Edition/Home/Media Center Edition/Tablet PC Edition, Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 (SP4) or later.
  • Hard Drive
    60 MB free (install 100 MB)
  • Other
    USB port



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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Also, I have small hands and the mouse is too big for my hands.
manjo
Same problems as before - mouse gets all crazy and the keyboard will just stop working for a few seconds and then type gibberish once (I guess) the signal catches on.
JB
The comfortable and relaxed design of this keyboard makes typing easy by keeping the hands and wrists in a natural position.
J. Flora

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

118 of 121 people found the following review helpful By William A. Ronke on April 7, 2008
Style Name: Retail Verified Purchase
I purchased this set for work because I enjoyed using them at home. I have a desk job where I use a computer all day. In brief, I love these ergonomic devices.

The mouse I give 4.5 stars. Both the mouse at work (and the one I own at home) are amazingly comfortable to hold and use. When you let your hand lay over the mouse, it positions your wrist in what I think of as a "handshake" position rather than flat on the desk. This takes about a week to get used to, but after that it's amazing how much better that angle is. It's a mouse that has a bit of "meat" to it, so it's better for my big hand to hold on to.

The mouse has a smooth-scrolling wheel, great for productivity (though bad for FPS games). Pressing the scroll-wheel for a middle-button effect is very hard to do with this particular wheel, but that's not much of an issue, as one of the two thumb buttons can be reassigned to the middle button functionality via the Microsoft software.

The keyboard I give 3.5 stars. It's wonderfully ergonomic and comfortable to use, but the "wireless" part of the equation makes it work a bit erratically from time to time. I type very quickly, and the keyboard will occasionally just lose keystrokes... or briefly stop receiving input altogether. I much prefer my home setup, where I have the Microsoft Natural Mouse hooked up wirelessly, and the Microsoft Natural Keyboard hooked up via USB.
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163 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on December 3, 2007
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I have used MS ergonomic keyboards since they came out with the original. I ordered this set to replace my Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 which is the same keyboard except that it isn't wireless. Since I wanted to get the Natural Ergonomic Mouse 6000, I thought I'd upgrade the whole shebang.

The mouse is fabulous. It is responsive, smooth, quick, and places my wrist at a more natural angle. No pain. I have never been happier with a mouse. Did I say I am thrilled?

The keyboard. I didn't play with the keyboard for a while since it is identical to the 4000 that is my favorite keyboard. I was more concerned with the mouse. When it came time to get back to work, I was in for a surprise. They have changed the design of the spacebar.

To press the spacebar, one has to move one's hands out of the ergonomic position to reach the center of the spacebar with one's thumb. The sides of the spacebar do not work. Even then one has to pound the spacebar... a light touch won't get it. It doesn't have the smooth feel of my 4000; instead it makes a loud thunk when depressed. What's the point of ergonomic if one can't maintain the correct ergonomic position?

I called MS tech support thinking the keyboard defective. After going through 3 people before finally getting someone with possibly some knowledge, I was told that I wasn't used to ergonomic keyboards. Obviously, that is their pat answer. When I finally got it through the guy's skull that I have used ergonomic keyboards for years and years, he said the keyboard may be defective.

I've filed a return request with Amazon.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By S. Siddiqui on October 2, 2007
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The microsoft desktop comprises of two things, the natural laster wireless 6000 (baseball mouse) and the natural wireless keyboard. The keyboard is really well built; it's not too loud and just like any other microsoft ergonomic keyboard, is a real joy to use. They even fixed the 'F-lock' problem that plagued previous models. The mouse is also really well built. However, its really different from any other mouse in the market...it has a baseball like shape that curves the wrist when you grasp it. Initially (for two or three days) it actually hurts the wrist, but after that it becomes quite comfortable to use. The only gripe about the mouse is that it is a bit heavier than most other mice, even wireless ones. Even without the 2 batteries, it's quite heavy. Lastly, after 2 months of daily use (8+ hours/day), the battery still shows up at about 70 to 80% so thats good.
As a whole, one problem that has emerged recently is that sometimes the pointer or keystrokes lag. It wasn't a problem earlier on, but lately it's quite noticeable (and annoying). Maybe its a driver conflict, but it seems like wireless interference.

Overall, I'd recommend the mouse/keyboard combo to anyone if they are willing to pay the steep price for it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ZL on December 6, 2009
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I've used a wireless keyboard/mouse combination for a couple of years now. My prevous MS wireless keyboard had become worn so I picked this up as a replacement. The feel of the keys and natural hand position is excellent. My issue with the keyboard and mouse is that they frequently stop working. To get them to work again I have to re-sync them with the usb transmitter. I am checking to see if I can replace the usb transmitter or return the whole package. I am going back to a wired keyboard for now.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By N. Merriam on March 28, 2011
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I've finally been forced to replace my old Wireless Natural Keyboard, which has worked great for almost ten years. This seemed to be the closest wireless model made today, and my sometimes painful mouseing wrist encouraged me to try this new idea in mouse design. I went into it with high expectations and confidence that MS would come through.

The mouse itself is fine. it tracks well and is comfortable after the learning curve. The thumb buttons are poorly positioned, you really have to pick your thumb up and move it far to hit either of them. I don't use them as much as I used the ones on the old Intellimouse Explorer because of this. The scroll wheel feels the same as my old one, so that is fine, but for some reason it seems to scroll at a glacial pace on the Mac even with the speed turned all the way up. Presumably this works on Windows much better. Overall, the mouse is fine but not worth the $80+ they ask for as a standalone item. The value just isn't there.

The keyboard is pretty lousy. The keys are a little mushier than the old Natural, and the slightly padded wrist rest is actually quite nice and soft. I'd be happy using the keyboard except for one critical flaw -- the space bar. The switch for the space bar seems to only be in the center, because if you hit the space bar on either end it just doesn't move down smoothly. The space bar is designed to be used this way, since both ends have larger spots for your thumbs to rest on, and I don't know how the designers could possibly have messed this up so badly. I thought it was just a different feel and I would get used to it, but after a few days I just can't put up with the space bar anymore, it is terrible.
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