Adesso Tru Form PCK 308UB Pro Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard Black - Reviews
Adesso Tru-Form PCK-308UB Pro Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard, Black is rated out of 5 by 6.
Rated 1 out of 5 by CONNIE from KEYBOARD WAS NOT WHAT I EXPECTED THE LETTER KEYS ARE STILL STRAIGHT.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by Busybeeoffice from Needs Improvement I purchased this keyboard as an office addition. Big mistake. The biggest issue with this keyboard is the keys are beyond insanely sensitive. Instead of getting one g, t, a, etc., you get two, three or none at all. For $80 some odd dollars, they really need improvements done on this keyboard. Too much effort for a busy office is no good.
Date published: 2017-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by telo from Terrible: Keys Stick, Doesn't Stay Connected I bought this keyboard because I prefer an ergonomic design with a trackpad and this was really the only choice at a reasonable price. I have been using it about 1 year and right out of the box it has had problems with the "-" key on the number pad sticking. After a couple of weeks, I noticed that it randomly connects/disconnects from my laptop. I should have returned it at that point and wish I had as it's gotten nothing but worse with more and more frequent disconnect/connect cycles. After returning from a four week absence today, I have discovered that the keyboard is now pretty much unusable. More keys stick and the unit is now constantly connecting/disconnecting, which is causing my insertion point and selected window to jump around randomly, which is driving me NUTS. Overall, it's just been a terrible experience and a waste of the money I paid for it.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Irene from Love, Love, Love This Ergonomic Keyboard!! I have used the Adesso Tru-Form keyboard for close to 10 years now - I'm into my second; first one stopped working due to some spillage on it. Prior to switching to this keyboard, I was dealing with a ton of achy, lingering pain on my right arm and wrist due to having to extend my arm using a mouse. Not long after switching over, my pain went COMPLETELY away from both my wrist and arm, and I've never had to use my wrist support again. I can't express just how VERY grateful I am for this marvelous invention! The only suggestion I would make is to make a cordless version.
Date published: 2017-01-19