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Best price for Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop in Philippines is ₱ 4,233.00

You can buy the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop at the lowest price of ₱ 4,233.00 from Amazon which is 39% cheaper than the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop that is sold by Galleon at the price of ₱ 6,925.00, you can also buy it from Nzgameshop and Galleon. Alternatively, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of ₱ 4,236.00 and Malaysia at Amazon with the price of ₱ 4,232.00 and Singapore at Shopee with the price of ₱ 5,574.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of ₱ 6,798.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 636.00 PHP 4,236.00
Malaysia MYR 320.20 PHP 4,232.00
Philippines PHP 4,233.00 PHP 4,233.00
Singapore SGD 143.10 PHP 5,574.00
Thailand THB 4,190 PHP 6,798.00

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Specs of Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelSculpt Ergonomic Desktop
DateMay 2013
Keyboard
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Recommended usageOffice
Keyboard languageUS English
PurposePC/server
Keyboard styleCurved
Wrist rest
Numeric keypad
Hot keys
Windows keys
Frequency band2.4
Design
Colour of productBlack
Backlight
Mouse
Mouse included
Movement detection technologyBlueTrack
Movement resolution1000 DPI
Buttons quantity7
Scroll
Scroll typeWheel

Reviews of Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-15
These days, when it comes to peripherals for computers, a lot of attention is given to mobile keyboards and mice for tablets and laptops. But what if you are one of the remaining desktop computer users or use your laptop or tablet on a dock as your primar...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-06
& Design Way back in 1994, Microsoft brought the ergonomic split keyboard into the mainstream with the oddly shaped—some would say ugly—Natural Keyboard. This massive, beige-white keyboard sported a curved design, with the keys separated in two halves...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-22
Ergonomic keyboards are not for everybody. Either you love them or you hate them. I personally have loved them since they hit the scene. I have had one since the early 2000s. Microsoft was the leader of the ergonomic keyboards in my opinion, and I'd waite...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2013-12-11
The seismic shift in personal computing over the last decade has dramatically changed the role that the desktop PC plays in our lives. For many, the only physical keyboards that they now use are attached to laptops, or connected to their tablets to improv...
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gearlive.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-04
Now that I've been using the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard for over a week, my search for the ultimate keyboard might be finally over. It might be one of the strangest looking keyboards Microsoft has ever put out. The Sculpt combines the curved...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Microsoft spends a lot of time thinking about how people use PCs, from the organization of an operating system to the design of a tablet. There's a lot of attention to detail that goes into a Microsoft product, but one category that many overlook is the k...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-26
There was a day when secretaries, data input professionals, and stenographers were generally the only ones who suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive strain injuries. Fast-forward a few decades and everyone's posture is out of alignm...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-15
You don't need to be a neat freak to hate having wires snaking all over your desk, especially if you're a laptop user who wants to get up and go without first untangling a rat's nest of cables. It's bad enough that you have to unplug your monitor and powe...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-15
After spending a full day in front of our computer, our wrists tend to feel a bit sore, our shoulders can get downright painful, and our lower back gets stiff. We know we should sit with better posture and organize our gear in a more comfortable way, but ...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2014-02-17
You might not think it, with Microsoft's focus on touch-screen controls with its Surface 2 tablet and Windows 8.1, and its love of voice and gesture controls in the Xbox One's Kinect 2 motion sensor, but the Redmond company still has a lot of time for tra...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-01-24
Microsoft's latest desktop set is not going to be for everyone. Combining a separate keyboard, number pad, and bulbous mouse, it covers all your PC input bases, and does so with wireless elegance. It's beautifully designed, too, as well made as it is eleg...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-01-23
Microsoft's latest desktop set is not going to be for everyone. Combining a separate keyboard, number pad, and bulbous mouse, it covers all your PC input bases, and does so with wireless elegance. It's beautifully designed, too, as well made as it is eleg...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-10
Microsoft's redesigned its ergonomic desktop product with an eye to mobility. It won't suit everyone — but it's very comfortable indeed.Microsoft make great peripheral hardware, and have done so for many years now. I'm particularly enamoured of their ergo...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-08-27
There was a time when secretaries, data input professionals, and stenographers were generally the only ones who suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive strain injuries. Fast-forward a few decades and everyone's posture is out of alignmen...
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