Summary: I bought this as a backup keyboard (primary is a natural 4000) for use at LAN parties so I didn't have to drag the big 4000 with me. I got this on sale for 9.99 with free shipping, so I can't complain. The curvature is not exactly natural 4000 curved, but it's sufficient for someone who hates typing on straight keyboards. The mouse is basic and not comfortable at all, but I didn't care at the price as I only wanted the keyboard.
Summary: looks and feels weird at first but im using it for HTPC in the living which i use about once every 2weeks, so no big deal really, i could type with the keyboard and navigate with the mouse no problems here
Summary: Great keyboard a pleasure to type on, however non tech savi typist may have troubles learning to deal with the curve, that being said this is a excellent keyboard for $16.99. A no brainer for budget builds.
Pros: -Great feel, -Sleek design, -Short cuts are a time saver
Cons: -Curve can be a slight learning curve for some people. (Ignore the pun)
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!
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.
Summary: I just got this in for someone that wanted a Comfort Curve keyboard. The price on these is incredible - nearly the same as a regular keyboard. So far the owner is happy. If it's anything like the Comfort Curve 2000, it's a high quality keyboard that will last many years.