Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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Value for money 4
Overall quality 6
19 August 2014
Summary: This keyboard is lightweight and works okay, but if you need an actual ergonomic keyboard, this isn't going to do it. It's barely different from a regular keyboard and I cannot use it with my carpal tunnel.
Summary: I tried this product thinking its features will make it better than the Comfort Curve 2000. In the end I think you're paying more for less. Ergonomics is much better on the 2000 and I like the placement of the special keys.
Pros: "Ergonomic", standard keys work well, has some nifty shortcut keys like the calculator and volume keys.
Summary: I have had this keyboard a while, and like many others was a big fan of curve 2000. I'm a programmer and type frequently. Theres two things I continue to struggle with on this keyboard which are below, and have subsequently relegated it to a spare despite months of trying to use it. 1.
Excerpt: i am not very computer savvy but i cant get on the internet when this keyboard is plugged in, i tried everything and in the end had to plug my old one back in, very dissapointed as it felt comfortable to use and for the money had great features, just couldnt use them!
Summary: Pretty standard keyboard. It's very thin and the keys hardly depress when you type. Took me weeks to get used to using it whereas it normally only takes me a day or even less to get used to most keyboards.