Microsoft company has undergone global survey and introduced a new Sculpt range of Keyboards & mice with developed features designed to improve comfort for the users for a long period.
The new accessories offer many useful features, like dedicated windows buttons & a split space bar.
1. SCULPT ERGONOMIC DESKTOP
It is a setup of full keyboard & Mouse with interesting features
(a) Split Keyboard :- It is designed with curved shape of keys which allows the user's hands to sit in a more natural position. The curved shape of the deys isn't dissimilar to that seen on the company's more minimalist Arc keyboard.
(b) Separated Number Pad :- The Number pad has been separated entirely from the main unit,which gives more options when it comes to desk layout. The palm rest is large & cushioned which gives more comfort during prolonged use.
(c) Ball-Shaped Mouse :- The Mouse was designed with Ball-shape which encourage a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm posture.
(d) Windows Button:- The most useful feature it built-up with windows button which will takes you straight to the controversial till
UI of Windows 8.
(e) Price :- The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop pack is priced at US$129.95, while the keyboard and mouse are available separately for $80.95 and
2. SCULPT COMFORT DESKTOP
It consists of a keyboard and mouse combo with developed features
(a) Comfort Keyboard :- The Comfort keyboard design appears to borrow heavily from the company's aforementioned Arc keyboard, with a curved typing area and a flatter numerical area over to the right. The keys on both of the new keyboards are contoured to match the shape of the fingers, and the Comfort also offers a detachable palm rest and a split space bar half of which is reserved for backspace functionality.
(b) Comfort Mouse :- The mouse is made with more traditional design, it has a dedicated windows touch tab and through open apps we can swipe up and down over the windows key to view or cycle.
(c) Price :- The Sculpt Comfort Desktop set retails for a more wallet-friendly $79.95, with the keyboard on its own coming in at $59.95 and the mouse at $39.95.
Vai : Gizmag.com