Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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not comfortable for small hands
23 February 2015
Excerpt: I got this keyboard because I am constantly using the ctrl button and my small hands get sooo sore because my finger spread isn't big enough. That and my wrists get very sore trying to get all the keys.So I bought this keyboard to try a curved and slightly elevated style.
Summary: I just returned this "keyboard" as it is completely unusable. Some "ergonomist" came into a brilliant idea of shifting ZXC.. keys line by one to the right. Possibly he/she thought it will be a cool idea to surprise users trying to use a typical daily operation of Copy/Paste.
If you used a 2000 before this one you wont have a good time
Review Master "Reviewz", Amazon
1 September 2013
Summary: I bought one of these to replace my worn out curve 2000 that I've owned for 8 years and if you're thinking of doing the same I have to tell you not to bother. Whilst in theory the 3000 is a step 'up' from the 2000 being newer and hopefully built on feedback from 2000 users the keyboards couldn't be...
Why do they take a perfect product and make it worse?
Potter Fan "potter fan", Amazon
1 September 2013
Summary: I've been using the older 2000 curve keyboard for years but after my latest spill the keyboard is too sticky to be of any use now. Whilst I could spend a few hours trying to remove the keys and cleaning the Fanta from it I thought I'd treat myself to the newer 3000 curve keyboard.
Summary: this keyboard is an odd shape and rises in the middle making it difficult to type on, I can type without looking but it seems to displace the keys out of sync because of the curve, my kids who cant type also dont like the feel, and there are no raisers on it so its flat to the surface other than a...
Not happy. The CAPSLOCK isn't the same as in the ...
27 October 2011
Summary: Not happy. The CAPSLOCK isn't the same as in the image. Mine that was delivered has a centimetre gap between Caplock and the A key. The A key is vertually underneath the W and just feels awful. The keyboard is very low to the desk, there is no legs on the back to raise it.
Summary: I bought this to replace the superbly designed Microsoft Curve 2000. Basically what I think has happened is that the chief designer was given a standard keyboard, got drunk and left it in front of an electric fire, which has warped the keys and board completely in no particular helpful way.