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Pun intended, actually.

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Today we received a shipment of Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktops to our company. Expectations are high.

I’ve been using keyboards with ergonomic layout since 2000, and the last time I actually bought a new keyboard was in 2005. So for the last 8 years I’ve been using a Logitech Cordless Desktop Pro. That keyboard has become quite the bacterial culture.

Switching keyboard is one of the hardest things to do when you’ve grown so accustomed to a particular one. Now, it’s time commit in a real switch.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

The package contains three items; keyboard, mouse and a separate numeric keyboard. All items look really good and innovative and they have a great build quality. The battery lids on all three components are attached by magnets, which is more cool than useful. But it sure adds up to the overall build quality.

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Unboxing.

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This is the Swedish layout.

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Magnetically attached battery lid. The USB transmitter is hidden inside the mouse. Didn’t find it at first, and I got a little confused. Smart though.

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The lid on keyboard bottom is also attached using magnets.

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I just love the design!

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The mouse looked kind of boring at first. But it’s actually very comfortable. It is however slightly taller than my older mouse, which makes me accidentally bitch slap it every time I reach for it.

My first intentions were to ditch the mouse in favor of my older one. But after 5 minutes I revised my plans and kept it.

Closing comments

I love Sculpt! Now I just have to get accustomed to it.

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