Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000
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Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 M7J-00001
Bob M., Newegg
17 July 2015
Pros: It's wireless.
Cons: After using this keyboard and mouse a lot, for a month now, here are my complaints: 1. The mouse is too small to fit my hand. My old Logitech wireless mouse fit very nicely. Its the taper that is ill fitting, making the mouse undesirable. 2. The KB letters and numbers are not as brilliant white a...
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.
Excerpt: I didn't like this keyboard. Maybe it's just my personal preference, but the keys seemed like they were placed awkward and I kept bumping other keys. I type everyday all day long. So I can't afford to have a keyboard that doesn't fit my style.
Excerpt: If I would have reviewed this product yesterday, I would have given 5 stars and raved on about how much I loved it!!! Today I will tell you, I Have had this product for less then 6 months and it refuses to work.
Excerpt: I really enjoy no wires connected to the keyboard! However the battery light is not staying lit on green, There is no way of telling if the Caps key is on until you start typing, I've locked myself out a few times because I didn't know it the cap button was on or off.
Excerpt: I utilized a larger keyboard and expected some adjustments back to smaller keyboard, but the keys are just too close together, i.e. "insert" is right next to "backspace", so I keep going into typeyover mode! Also the "F" keys are WAY too small.
Excerpt: I returned the MS Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard/mouse combo. unit for full credit. I found that the keyboard feel didn't suit me, and the mouse wasn't shaped to fit my hand. If the in-store display had been more usable, I could have identified that before purchasing, and looked further.