Excerpt: I thought this was similar to the Microsoft comfort curve 2000. It isn't - the middle of the keyboard is sloped upward. I couldn't get used to it and took it back. Found the 2000 at a different store. Love the 2000 - replaced my old one that I spilled water on with a new one.
Pros: Curve is comfortable, Durable, Easy Connectivity, Ergonomic
Excerpt: Some thought went into this keyboard as they extended the delete key and shift keys. The only issue is that they extended the caps key. I'm forever striking it which is a right pain.
The keyboard is also a dust magnet as it is high gloss type finish.
Excerpt: While the build of this keyboard can not be faulted, there are a few things which has made me return to my old logitech wave one.
1) it doesn't have a wrist support pads,
2) Doesn't have any means to adjust the height and I found myself feeling as it I was moving more than I should to reach some of...
Function keys too small and too low and no Break button
C. DAVIES, Amazon
10 August 2013
Summary: I found it unusable due to function keys being too small and too low Ctrl + Break is only available as Ctrl + Fn + ScrLk which requires 2 hands and 3 fingers Raised contour just seems to cause wrist strain
Summary: I've received one of these thanks to Microsofts warrenty when they replaced a 2000 version keyboard (which they've stopped making sadly). The 3000 is not a patch on the 2000. The keys on 3000 seem smaller and nearer to each other, I'm not keen on the vertical rise either.
Summary: This is the first black keyboard I have purchased and I have found that I really don't like it because of the colour. I often find it difficult to navigate the keys, especially in poorer light. I have also found the right button on the mouse is too easy to click accidentally.
Summary: Bought this one partly because I needed a new keyboard for work. The one supplied with our computer is a cheap thing with no good feedback on it and I'm struggling to get used to it. This is a comfort curved keyboard designed for so called comfortable typing.