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
Summary: This was purchased to replace a similar Curve keyboard that suddenly stopped working, with which we were very happy. Unfortunately, this was not a UK keyboard - it appears to be a US layout, so in addition to not having a "£" key, has several others in different places making everyday use a...
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.
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 bought this because it looked like it was half way between a normal keyboard and an ergonomic keyboard (I have a standard one at work, so didn't want a fully ergonomic keyboard at home as switching between them could be difficult). It was one vital flaw.
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.