Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000
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3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I really like this keyboard. It is very comfortable to use and takes the strain off of my wrists. The size is a bit large but that doesn't seem to be an issue for me. I am using it with my laptop to make input a lot easier. I love not having any wires hanging anywhere.
Summary: I like the keyboard but there are a couple things that aren't that great. I wish it had a light that told when cap lock, scroll lock, and num lock are on. It pops up in the right hand corner of the screen when you first push the lock key but that is it. My only complaint is that the 0 on the number pad on the right doesn't work all the time either. You really have to watch. Other than that it works just fine. Looks nice too.
Summary: This set up works great and feel it was a great price. The mouse is full size, comfortable and simple. The only down side that I have with it is that there is no indicator if the caps lock or num lock is on. Other that that, I am very pleased.
Not as nice as the Wireless Desktop 2000 from several years ago but good enough
synopsoid1 "-Mike", Amazon
21 April 2014
Summary: The mouse lacks the page forward/back side buttons that my other wireless desktop setup had from a couple years ago...but for the price I can't complain. The battery life on this combo is amazing.
Excerpt: I was shopping for a wireless mouse and I saw this product on sale in the store so I decided to take a chance on it even though I wasn't in the market for a wireless keyboard too. I am glad that I did because it has turned out to be a very good product. You can save battery power on the mouse because there is an on/off switch on the mouse. The keyboard is comfortable and stylish without taking up too much desk space.