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Dear customer,
ERGO K860 is a split ergonomic keyboard designed for better posture, less strain, and more support. It?s curved keyframe places your hands, wrists, fingers and forearms in a more natural posture ? you?ll notice the lack of strain the moment your hands land on the keyboard.
For more information, kindly … see more
Dear customer,
ERGO K860 is a split ergonomic keyboard designed for better posture, less strain, and more support. It?s curved keyframe places your hands, wrists, fingers and forearms in a more natural posture ? you?ll notice the lack of strain the moment your hands land on the keyboard.
For more information, kindly visit the Logi website. see less
Dear customer,
ERGO K860 is a split ergonomic keyboard designed for better posture, less strain, and more support. It?s curved keyframe places your hands, wrists, fingers and forearms in a more natural posture ? you?ll notice the lack of strain the moment your hands land on the keyboard.
For more information, kindly visit the Logi website.

Logitech Support
Manufacturer · September 27, 2021
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Hello, thank you for this question. The palm rest is attached and it cannot be removed. A pillowed wrist rest places your forearms just above the keyboard, offering 54% more wrist support while reducing wrist bending by 25%.
Logitech Support
Manufacturer · June 26, 2020
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In terms of quietness, I think this one and the sculpt are pretty similar. I do find this one far easier to type on. Now, had you asked for a comparison to the original Ms ergonomic kb, this one is a world of difference, VASTLY more quiet, no more clattering away like a machine gun!
Amazon Customer
· March 21, 2020
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The start key is the Windows key. Windows 95-XP had the word Start on the Start Menu. I didn't use Win Vista or 7, but on Windows 10, if you hover the mouse over the start menu, a floating label pops up that says start.
David
· September 9, 2021
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Um, no, and Mac OS keyboard shortcuts make a lot more sense than Windows Shortcuts. Command + W makes more sense than Alt + F4 to close a Window.
David
· September 9, 2021
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The batteries that are included are standard Alkaline AAA.
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· March 5, 2020
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Hello, thank you for this question. Yes, you can also connect the device with Bluetooth without using the receiver.
Logitech Support
Manufacturer · June 30, 2020
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No, both space bars work well regardless where they are struck. I just checked. In fact, I have worn a bright spot to the left of center of the right space bar because I'm in the habit of using my right thumb all the time. But I also just checked both bars on both ends without any problem. There is no sticking or diffe… see more No, both space bars work well regardless where they are struck. I just checked. In fact, I have worn a bright spot to the left of center of the right space bar because I'm in the habit of using my right thumb all the time. But I also just checked both bars on both ends without any problem. There is no sticking or different in the stroke not matter where I hit the bars. see less No, both space bars work well regardless where they are struck. I just checked. In fact, I have worn a bright spot to the left of center of the right space bar because I'm in the habit of using my right thumb all the time. But I also just checked both bars on both ends without any problem. There is no sticking or different in the stroke not matter where I hit the bars.
RaySD
· January 29, 2021
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Dear customer, the Logitech ERGO K860 uses our PerfectStroke key system, which was developed from our desire to put the best parts of a laptop’s keyboard into a more comfortable, full sized keyboard to create an unforgettable typing experience that makes every key stroke smooth, comfortable, and quiet. To create this a… see more Dear customer, the Logitech ERGO K860 uses our PerfectStroke key system, which was developed from our desire to put the best parts of a laptop’s keyboard into a more comfortable, full sized keyboard to create an unforgettable typing experience that makes every key stroke smooth, comfortable, and quiet. To create this affect, micro-scissors are added under the keys to help control the force and travel of the keystroke.Please visit our Logitech website for more information which will help you to make your decision. see less Dear customer, the Logitech ERGO K860 uses our PerfectStroke key system, which was developed from our desire to put the best parts of a laptop’s keyboard into a more comfortable, full sized keyboard to create an unforgettable typing experience that makes every key stroke smooth, comfortable, and quiet. To create this affect, micro-scissors are added under the keys to help control the force and travel of the keystroke.Please visit our Logitech website for more information which will help you to make your decision.
Logitech Support
Manufacturer · December 10, 2020
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I have never used a Microsoft Sculpt keyboard so I cannot compare the two side by side. It is very quiet, but not silent. Scale of 1 to 10, 10 being a mechanical keyboard and 1 being one of those sensor keyboards that just respond to touch. I would say it is a 5-6. I have been on a call with a customer and they cou… see more I have never used a Microsoft Sculpt keyboard so I cannot compare the two side by side. It is very quiet, but not silent. Scale of 1 to 10, 10 being a mechanical keyboard and 1 being one of those sensor keyboards that just respond to touch. I would say it is a 5-6. I have been on a call with a customer and they could hear me typing. see less I have never used a Microsoft Sculpt keyboard so I cannot compare the two side by side. It is very quiet, but not silent. Scale of 1 to 10, 10 being a mechanical keyboard and 1 being one of those sensor keyboards that just respond to touch. I would say it is a 5-6. I have been on a call with a customer and they could hear me typing.
Chuckers
· May 28, 2020