Microsoft makes some of the better keyboard and mouse combos available.  Today they have announces the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000.  The mouse features BlueTrack technology as many of their recent mice.  The difference with this setup os that the keys are at a slight angle for typing comfort.  See the official release below:  

The Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 brings easy-to-use comfort, exclusive features for Windows 7 and Microsoft BlueTrack Technology, all wrapped in a sleek, modern design.


With keys at a slight 6-degree angle, the Comfort Curve keyboard layout encourages natural wrist posture without a steep learning curve. The included Wireless Mouse 5000 features BlueTrack Technology that allows consumers to mouse on virtually any surface,1 from a granite kitchen countertop to the living room carpet. To complement the comfort, the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 offers smart features for Windows 7 to help people navigate their PC faster and more efficiently.


Top Features and Benefits

Wireless Comfort Keyboard 5000

Comfort Curve keyboard design encourages natural wrist posture with a slight 6-degree curve and is easy to use.

Soft-touch palm rest and removable feet provide a more comfortable experience for extended use.

NEW! Taskbar Favorites for Windows 7 lets people easily access their open programs by mapping to the location of applications on the improved Windows Taskbar. The icons in the Taskbar can be easily rearranged just by clicking and dragging, and Taskbar Favorites will instantly adapt to the icons’ new locations.2 

Wireless Mouse 5000

BlueTrack Technology works on virtually any surface,1 going more places than optical and laser mice — including granite, marble, carpet and wood.

Comfortable, ambidextrous design offers rubber side grips and full-size comfort for use in either hand.

Snap-in transceiver offers consumers the portability of a notebook mouse with the comfort of a full-size mouse, for use on the desk and on the go. 

One-touch access to Windows Flip lets people easily see a thumbnail preview of all open windows and then scroll to the desired application. A full-screen preview will automatically display behind the highlighted thumbnail for easy selection.2