Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
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Value for money 10
Overall quality 8
Not the same
5 May 2015
Summary: We have used the Comfort Curve Desktop 3000 keyboards for years, but this incarnation is not the same as previous models of the same model number. Microsoft has made the overall keyboard smaller and the ergo wedge effect in center of keyboard is missing.
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.
Excerpt: I have a Mac Book computer that I use with a 19 inch monitor and a keyboard. Finding inexpensive Mac compatible keyboards isn't easy and this one is perfect. Very comfortable from an ergonomic standpoint but with a pronounced sky stroke which I really like.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: this is a very efficient keyboard, very comfortable and quiet. Very easy to use and understand. It was also very easy to connect I just wish that the letters and numbers were a little larger. I would definite but this product again. The price was very affordable.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Letters Could Be A Little, Quiet, Reliable Performance
At the Computer & Calculator 5 days a wk, Staples
7 June 2013
Excerpt: I was using a similar model of this keyboard. I had it for 7 years. That model was flat and definietly taller (from top to bottom). After 7 years of use, one day 2 of the keys just stopped working. I loved the keyboard so I went searching for the same one and came across this one.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Reliable Performance