You will notice numerous similarities between the K860 and the Surface Ergonomic. Both have a protruding empty space (in the form of an inverted V) between their two key sets and they have cushion-like soft wrist pads. The K860 consists of three layers of material that cushion your wrists: a dense foam core, a memory foam that conforms to your wrists, and a smooth fabric that is easy to clean. Logitech's keyboard, like Microsoft's, is slightly curved, making the keys easier to reach with little effort.
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Below the wrist are two pairs of palm lifts that can be used to tilt the keyboard up two levels. This is how the Ergo K860 adapts to your posture, no matter how you sit or stand to type. And yes, there is also a numeric keypad as you would expect from a full size keyboard. In terms of connectivity, the Ergo K860 works wirelessly via Bluetooth or with the included Unifying Receiver from Logitech (which can also be paired with other company accessories).