The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Mouse is a comfort-focused mouse designed for users who spend hours at a desk. Its shape offers a better grip with a neutral alignment of your hands, wrists, and forearms. Moreover, it has three dpi settings to choose from. Connectivity options include 2.4 GHz via an included adapter, and Bluetooth 4.0 LE.
Forest Kreiger (verified owner) –
I bought this, to replace a Microsoft Sculpt Wireless mouse. MFR #L6V-00001. Because that broke and wanted to replace with a wired mouse. Bad move. This mouse doesn’t fully fit into my hand, Size Large. The protrusion on the opposite side of the wire is bad news. Its to small for my hand to rest on it, and too big for my hand to rest on the mousepad; for it keeps on pinching me. Where the thumb has to rest: Its too low. Which make this mouse, nothing more ergonomic than a regular mouse.
Dana Grimes (verified owner) –
I love this mouse. Both my husband and I have one and use daily. I was having wrist pain when using a normal mouse. After switching to this one the pain went away and has not come back. Combined with a ergonomic keyboard it is a great combo.
Eldora D’Amore (verified owner) –
Picture is misleading; this is a very cheaply thrown together keyboard, keys are chiclet design and not oriented like the old MS ergo keyboards, so your fingers don’t line up and hit the right keys, and it’s hard to have a feel for the keys, being flat and low. I’m pretty annoyed about the whole experience as I would have had free return shipping with Amazon, which is where I will get the next keyboard. The Fellowes Microban ergo keyboard is close enough to the old MS, and is working well, just not wireless. Hope that’s helpful to someone. Too bad, this had some great features at a good price point; was just poorly designed using cheap materials.
Gennaro Leffler (verified owner) –
While technically it works with a Mac, it does not provide Mac function key support, so you can’t use the keyboard to do things like adjust the volume or dim the screen. The Alt key is crowded beside the Windows key and they are both small, which is awkward and for Mac users it’s unpleasant trying to use the Cmd key. I am switching to the Microsoft Sculpt instead.
Brendon Medhurst (verified owner) –
The keyboard has silm keys and short press length. Although, it’s not as silent as I would expect. Short distance between letters, arrows and numpad make path to mouse sorter for right hand — but it also makes misstypes and harder to find the blocks comparing to convenient KB. For my hand the area of hands support a bit narrow, i’d like it to be 1-2cm wider at the below. Since this is the first ergo-split keyboard that i really give a try, i found out that would the middle row be duplicated (i.e. instead of [QWERT] [YUIOP] would it be [QWERTY] [TYUIOP]) it would be much easier to type on it, but i’m slowly getting used to it. Definitely good everyday keyboard.
Reba Kovacek (verified owner) –
Great for the price. It is very ergonomic. It takes up a little less room than other ergonomic keyboards, which is a plus. The keys have a good feel. I use this at work where I only have to type for short periods at a time. I have been using it for about 1 week now and am still adjusting to it. I wish they had not moved the v and c keys so far to the left, in the design. I am used to punching the c key with my pointer finger, but now I need to use my third finger. The ctrl key on the left side is very finicky. I would buy it again for average use (not for gaming or typist use, where small problems become big).
Margarette McClure (verified owner) –
DO NOT BUY!! After less than a year of daily use, the keys become VERY HARD to press. Also the BT is junk, keys start sticking /repeating and typing vvvvvvvvv across your screen, etc. Way too much $$ for this garbage. Had to return to Microsoft Wireless 4000 keyboard which I hate because of loud typing and clunky spacebar, but at least it lasts more than 1 year. Waste of money and you’ll need to throw out in a year. Kensington, learn how to make keyboards or stick to making locks!!
Kitty Wintheiser (verified owner) –
I like the keyboard although I initially had some issues with getting it to type correctly. After contacting support, who solved the issue in 5 minutes, I am very happy with the keyboard.