Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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A simple and useful product
RaRun, B&H Photo
22 October 2013
Excerpt: I was looking to replace an old Microsoft Natural Elite keyboard, which I have been using for many years. The current versions of Natural are a bit gaudy to my eye up and way beyond what I needed or wanted to spend. The ergonomic adjustment on the Comfort Curve is not as pronounced or has comfortable for me as the Natural (which is why it is only getting 4 stars) but it is still much better than the standard "straight" keyboard. And the price was great.
Summary: I've been experimenting with different keyboards to try to relieve some elbow strain from excessive keyboard work. Despite its very inexpensive price ($15 on sale), this keyboard works really well and has been relatively easy to adjust to, but still eases enough of the strain of repetitive use. I bought a second so I could have the same keyboard at work. My only complaint is that the escape key is really small and hard to press without looking for it.
Summary: a fairly comfortable keyboard. Would be nice if it was wireless but for 10 bucks on sale its hard to complain( my other keybaord just died and with christmas right around the corner i didnt really have any spare cash lying around.
Summary: Great keyboard for under $20! Works well, comfortable, has all the keys you expect it a keyboard to have. Has some Windows shortcuts included on the keys, which may be nice for those who don't have them in their muscle memory by now. While the keyboard is a pleasure to type on, it does have a bit of a learning curve coming from a 'normal' keyboard. Once you get used to it though, it is much more comfortable.
Pros: -cheap, -comfortable to type on, -quiet keys
Cons: -it has a bit of a learning curve (no pun intended) to get used to the feel, but after that, it is very comfortable and natural to type on
Excerpt: I've always like Microsoft ergonomic keyboards. This is nice low end model. It is light weight and not too big. It does not have feet to adjust angle of the keyboard. Overall, it has good action. It was reasonably priced.
Great keyboard, but one layout change that takes time to get used to
formica sapiens, Amazon
22 October 2014
Summary: I've been using Microsoft keyboards since they launched their first Natural Keyboard. The 3000 is my latest addition. It has a modest footprint, perhaps slightly bigger than the 600, but reasonable. With a slightly raised profile in the middle, the two little stands that raise the back were deemed unnecessary and are not present. Small media control section with three keys (play/pause, volume up & down) out of the way at the top right.