Microsoft is continuing its legacy of ultra-refined and unique hardware peripherals with its latest keyboard-mouse desktop combination which it calls Sculpt. This set is designed specifically for improving comfort, evading carpal tunnel, and preventing unnecessary shoulder rotation.
Notice the daring gap in the middle of the keyboard, this thing is shaped to look like a manta ray – which incidentally was the development codename for this sleek looking keyboard. The number pad is completely detached, makings its use optional so that you can bring your mouse-hand closer to the keys. The mouse is also worth a look as it stands much taller than your ordinary mouse. Here’s the gallery:
Unfortunately according to the detailed specs on the Microsoft site, the keyboard and mouse require different types of batteries. The keyboard is powered by 2 AAA (triple) alkaline batteries while the mouse is powered by 2 AA (double) alkaline batteries.
Photos courtesy Microsoft.