Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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Great for the Price
11 November 2015
Summary: I really enjoyed the subtle curve over a full split, just to take the turn off the wrist without having to re-learn everything. Others complained about the bulge in the middle, but to my mind that's a definite feature, relieving rotation strain along that axis as well.
Summary: Sometimes when I am on out another office mate will use my computer so she can be closer to a friend....I hated that, especially when she messes with my settings. I always complained but mgmt never did anything. She cannot get used to the new keyboard and complained.
Pros: This was bought to use at work as I have R.A. in my hands and wrists. The pain in my hands after a long day typing was excruciating to the point I was having trouble driving home. I am so glad this was a cost effective and amicable solution. The gentle curved angle is supreme for comfort. I use t...
Summary: I found this one is far better than the Microsoft sculpt comfort wireless keyboard, that model slides on the desk too much, the wired one I bought to replace it doesn't slide at all and has a good grip on the desk
Pros: This keyboard is great, I suffer from carpal tunnel, and this keyboard relieves my pain . It is well made.
Summary: I have been using this keyboard for about 2 years and it works great for basic tasks and even gaming. The curve around the space bar is a great place for your palms so your fingers have a bit more leverage and it is great for your wrist.
Summary: It is slightly curved, but doesn't feel curved...just comfortable. There is no gap between keys for the left and right hand, which is usually what frustrates people about ergonomic keyboards. I use this keyboard for everything; gaming, programming, writing, video editing. Buy one.
Pros: This keyboard is perfect, as long as you're looking for a wired keyboard. It has all the standard buttons, volume +/-, Play/Pause, and a dedicated calculator button. There are no ridiculous macro keys, modifier keys, unnecessary lights, etc, and no software to install. It just works. Let me empha...
Cons: The body is gloss black plastic, so it is a magnet for fingerprints and pet hair, and also reflects the monitor. The keys are matte black, thankfully.
Summary: Wanted a smaller keyboard for my desktop at home, but with still some of the 'ergo' features, This overall fits the bill. One thing that is different (and I like) is the RH menu button is gone, Now it is a "fn" key, and to get the menu you press it and the right shift key.
Pros: Plug and play, nice action, very smooth, Lack of tilt feet not so noticeable, due to 'curved in 3D' shape. And of course, the ultimate pro, Newegg, this thing arrived much faster than expected! w00t!!!
Cons: The key press action is very smooth but also a bit higher than my old CC 2000. Some of the keys are a bit smaller as well