Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000
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Small and Smooth
1 week ago
Excerpt: When my old keyboard letters started to quit working I was worried I waz going to find the same one. NOT only was this keyboard a reasonable price but it was smaller than my last one and the typing was a lot smoother. you dont have to press as hard. The shortcut keys are nice too because if you have a favorite such as checking your email first. This is deffinitely a good keyboard. I would reccommend this keyboard to anything.
Excerpt: I needed a replacement wireless keyboard. Basic keyboards at a reasonable price are difficult to find especially if you do not need a mouse. So many are packaged with a mouse at extra expense. This purchase fit my criteria of a standard wireless replacement keyboard at a reasonable price.
Excerpt: I was looking for a wireless keyboard for work and after reading the reviews for several different keyboards I decided on this one. I have been using it for only a week and I like it. It is quite, it has the short cut keys that I like and as of right now I don't have any negative things to say about it.
Excerpt: I didn't find this keyboard usable on my MAC. I've always had PC's, so my new Mac is new to me. The basic keys work, but not copy and paste or most of the F1 thru F12 keys. The Cap lock key doesn't light up, so it's difficult to know if it is on or off. Also it is the same with the Number lock key, it doesn't light. The box said it shows the battery indicator, but for the life of me, I can't see what they were talking about.