Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (LXM-00001)

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Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (LXM-00001)
Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (LXM-00001)


  • Exceptional comfort. Work all day, with reduced risk of fatigue and injury, on our Ergonomist-approved design.
  • Excellent support. Improved cushion and ergonomically tested palm rest covered in premium fabric provides all-day comfort and promotes a neutral wrist posture.
  • Be more productive with built-in shortcuts, including dedicated keys for office 365, emojis, search, easy access to media controls, and more.
  • Designed to last — Wired for reliable speed and accuracy.
  • Crunch numbers Fast, with a dedicated integrated pad.
  • Compatibility: Microsoft Windows 10, Limited functionality Windows 8.1/7 (Office and Emoji keys have no function)

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Specification: Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (LXM-00001)




QWERTY (Standard)





Multimedia Integration








USB, Wired





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6 reviews for Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard (LXM-00001)

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  1. Avatar of C. Barker

    C. Barker

    Update:I loved this keyboard at first but, after using it for a while now, there is a huge problem. Look at the right and left halves of this keyboard. Notice how much WIDER the right side key area is as opposed to the left side. The problem is your right hand has to stretch frequently to hit the backspace, =, underscore and so on. I’m a software developer and hitting these keys is a frequent thing. This has caused a repeated-use problem on the outside-right of my right hand. I’m selling this keyboard and trying out the new Logitech Ergo K860 to see if it works better. The other issue with this keyboard is it’s just spread out. This means you have to reach more which means more repeat use injuries, and I have LARGE hands. The other thing to note on ALL of Microsoft’s ergonomic keyboards is pressing the keys is kind of like walking through ankle-deep water. The keys should have a click-on and bounce back feel. These keys feel mushy and require effort. This makes my whole hand sore after a while. If you want one of these keyboards cheap, mine is for sale!I am writing this review on this keyboard now! I had the Microsoft SURFACE ergonomic keyboard prior to this keyboard (the gray one) I never could get used to that keyboard. The flat surface of the keys never agreed with my fingers, the spacebar had an annoying squeak and the bluetooth was irritatingly slow to connect. With this keyboard the keys form a cup and my fingers land exactly on the keys I expect them to. I have way fewer typos and though the keys have more travel and feel a little more klunky than crisp I am able to type much much faster. I do prefer the chicklet style keys that are slightly clicker but I’m not going to get that key style with a cupped layout like this keyboard has. I also like that this keyboard is wired so no waiting for bluetooth connects. The wrist pad on this keyboard is very nice as well. I’m definitely “at home” with this keyboard, it feels comfortable and familiar without a huge learning curve. Thank you Microsoft! I would like to see backlighting on this and a tiny bit more crisp feel but those are not dealbreakers by any means.UPDATE:Backlighting would be very helpful on this keyboard. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the Fx keys.

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  2. Avatar of Anna


    I love my Microsoft Sculpt wireless keyboard, and I was hoping this would be a wired version of the same, but it is NOT that. This keyboard is more of a (worse) successor to the “Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000” which I have also used and loved until the much better Sculpt was released. While this keyboard seems to be the successor to the wired 4000 model, the layout of this keyboard is so much worse. Why is there a delete button right above the backspace?!!!Don’t buy this.

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  3. Avatar of Ben Bethel

    Ben Bethel

    You’ll really want the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard for Business (5KV-00001) or the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard… trust me on this one. The distance you have to press each key is simply ridiculous, the keys are really really deep so you’ll fumble through typing quite a bit. Also, it’s slightly larger than the Sculpt, so your hands have to move more to type which I don’t think is a good thing.I’ve had and tried nearly every Microsoft ergonomic keyboard out there… as someone who’s been typing for about 40 years now, you should have an ergonomic keyboard if you type a lot. But stick with the Sculpt or Surface versions as you will be able to type much more quickly without the travel time of pressing each key.

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  4. Avatar of beltalowda


    This is the same great quality and comfort I’ve come to expect from previous generations of Microsoft ergonomic keyboards. The tactile feedback, the sound of the keys as I type and the size of the keys are perfect for me. This wrist rest is SO comfortable as I’m typing this review (with the riser attached on the bottom). The feature keys are among the best of any other Microsoft keyboard I’ve used. The emoji key is 😎!! After a couple of hours of usage and speed typing, the only complaint I have is the backspace and delete keys are too easy to press simultaneously. Eventually my fingers will be trained to compensate though. I haven’t been this happy with a keyboard since the first Sculpt Ergonomic I got. (Sculpt Ergonomic is my all time fav keyboard) I think the wrist pad on this LXM-00001 is even more comfortable than the Sculpt Ergonomic though. I got this to replace a Logitech Wave keyboard that I just could not type well on. I’m definitely hitting backspace a lot less on this LXM-00001.

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  5. Avatar of notliable


    After just a few short months of service, the L, comma, and period keys have lost their white key identification on the keytop. Keyboard works fine and is comfortable to use, but can’t Microsoft use decent quality paint or put clear coat or something on to protect the keytops? Pathetic.

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  6. Avatar of rogsonl


    Excellent equipment but not as convenient as the smaller ergonomic keyboard with separate numeric pad, and wireless. My old one started mafunctioning so I purchased this one, an old time favorite which never broke down on me, to replace it until I could find out from Microsoft why the more expensive one failed. I love the current one, and, if my fingers and hands get used to sitting in the right position, I’ll just use it for the next few years. Great product, and good for the hands. No carpel tunnel in 20 years of use.

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