Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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Great keyboard for large hands
Phil, B&H Photo
1 October 2014
Excerpt: I spend much of my day documenting wildlife activity. I have very large hands, and a regular keyboard forces my hands together into uncomfortable positions. By the end of the day, my hands, fingers, wrists and shoulders get all cramped up. I also often wind up hitting two keys simultaneously or the wrong keys.With the curved keyboard, my hands are much more comfortably spread. I seldom hit mutliple keys or wrong keys.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard to help with the neck and arm pain I had been feeling while working on my computer. The must say that since I added this keyboard to the other items I used to upgrade my work station, I have not experienced the pain and discomfort I would usually feel.
Excerpt: I was looking for a comfortable elegant keyboard and I believe this is the perfect one. Unlike Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 this keyboard does not take much space and it is more practical if you want more space on your desk. Pros: Inexpensive Elegant comfortable(thanks to the ergonomic design) very quite while typing. Cons: None I would recommend my friends to buy this keyboard.
Summary: This is my first time using this style of keyboard and I've never before been so impressed with a keyboard. I absolutely love it. I've always thought the curved style of keyboard was just a gimmick but it's the real thing! I recommend it without reservation!