Microsoft's New Desktop Offers Superior Wireless Ergonomic Experience

Study shows that the average consumer spends almost six hours each day on the computer. Continuing its history of setting new benchmarks for desktop innovation and ergonomic design, Microsoft Corp. today launched the Natural® Ergonomic Desktop 7000 the pinnacle of comfort. With the average consumer spending approximately six hours per day on their computer, Microsoft […]

Study shows that the average consumer spends almost six hours each day on the computer.

Continuing its history of setting new benchmarks for desktop innovation and ergonomic design, Microsoft Corp. today launched the Natural® Ergonomic Desktop 7000 the pinnacle of comfort. With the average consumer spending approximately six hours per day on their computer, Microsoft responded to the growing need for comfortable peripherals with its new desktop that makes optimal use of the ergonomic designs of the bestselling wired keyboard, the Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, and the award-winning Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000.

Natural® Ergonomic Desktop 7000
Natural® Ergonomic Desktop 7000
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Combining best-in-class ergonomic design and 2.4 GHz technology for a confident wireless connection, the Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000 represents the ultimate wireless desktop experience and makes time spent on the computer more comfortable and productive.

Microsoft consistently delivers products that align with the way consumers are using technology. More time on the computer means a greater need for comfort, and Microsoft Hardware’s in-house ergonomists have provided desktop users’ tired fingers, sore wrists and aching necks with comfortable products, including the following:

2006. The first-ever Natural mouse, the Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000

2005. Comfort Curve design, which offers natural wrist and arm alignment to improve overall posture

2005. The Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, the current best-selling wired keyboard in the United States

2003. The first wireless ergonomic desktop, the Wireless Optical Desktop Pro

1994. The first affordable split keyboard, the Natural keyboard. Its fixed alternative design was found to reduce symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.

1993. The first Microsoft® ergonomic mouse

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