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.
Summary: Only purchased this one as the one I really wanted was the ComfortCurve Keyboard 2000v1.0 which is no longer available, do not know why they have discontinued this one as it fitted the bill for me..
Summary: I was initially forced to purchase a new keyboard because my last one stopped working, and it was a wireless keyboard and the second one to go the way of the dustbin. Begrudgingly due to finances, I opted to purchase a relatively cheap wired USB keyboard and the Comfort Curve from Microsoft was my...
Summary: Ideal for children I guess and luckily this was to replace my son keyboard so it's ok for him, but the keys are very small, smaller than my laptop and off-set differently so touch typing can be a challenge.. Otherwise a very nice product.