Microsoft Natural Keyboard Review

Posted: Mar 23 2003, 1:06pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:39am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Microsoft Natural Keyboard Review
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Envynews takes a look at Microsoft’s latest foray into rainbow-colored input devices, their refreshed Natural keyboard. It may be blue, but does it have the blues?

Here’s a snip:
“The layout of the Natural Multimedia Keyboard is very similar to the old Natural (original). The left side of the keyboard is nearly identical, but the right is where the changes lie. The Backspace, Enter and Shift keys are longer, and the Windows button is removed from the right side between the Alt, and Ctrl keys. If you tilt the keyboard forward a bit, the common ctrl keys are printed on the front. This does not really mean anything for me because I know 99% of them by heart, but for a beginner, this will be something of benefit.”
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The Microsoft Natural Keyboard sells currently for only $35.93 at

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