UGO writes: "Using a laptop almost exclusively for the past year and a half, I've grown accustomed to the cramped hand position and tiny touchpad, and have even started doing research on the latest advancements in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome treatment (because at this rate, it's inevitable). I didn't really think it was worth investing in a separate keyboard and mouse to add to all the junk I've already got plugged into my computer until I tried out this wireless desktop set from Microsoft.
The Wireless Desktop 7000 comes with a keyboard and a mouse with a 2.4 GHz transceiver that gives you a 30-foot range even in crowded environments. I like having a laptop because it doesn't mean that I need to be chained to one place or position all the time, so it was cool that all I needed to do was disconnect the transceiver and it was ready to go. The keyboard is slightly curved for a more comfortable hand position but it's not so skewed that you have to relearn touch typing. Their Natural Ergonomic model also has a curved design that is comfortable to use but it splits the keyboard in half making it feel completely different from a standard one."