Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000
Released April, 2011
The Pros:Affordable price point. Ergonomic design - comfortable design keeps your wrists straight to keep the wear on your joints to a minimum. Minimalist keyboard layout - besides basic media controls there are no funky dedicated keys you will never use.
The Cons:Keys are somewhat mushy. Glossy black plastic picks up oily fingerprints.
The Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 is an entry-level ergonomic keyboard designed to provide a more natural resting place for the user's wrists. It features a familiar yet modern visual aesthetic, an Ergonomist-approved Comfort Curve design and Easy-Access media keys.
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Additionally, the Comfort Curve 3000 sports compatibility with Windows operating systems from XP onward, USB connectivity and a three-year limited warranty.
The Comfort Curve 3000's design is meant to provide optimal ergonomic benefit without displacing or warping keys too much from their standard layout and size. Its Ergonomist-approved Comfort Curve design allows the Comfort Curve 3000 to provide a more natural wrist and forearm posture, reducing aches and pains from long use. Meanwhile, the Comfort Curve 3000's Easy-Access media keys offer media-specific audio and video control as well as a calculator button.
- Familiar yet modern visual aesthetic
- Ergonomist-approved Comfort Curve design
- Easy-Access media keys
- Compatible with: Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP (excluding Windows XP 64-bit)
- USB connectivity
- Three-year limited warranty
- Contour key bed - designed to provide more direct key strikes for less finger effort
User Reviews (1)
ergonomic design - comfortable design keeps your wrists straight to keep the wear on your joints to a minimum
minimalist keyboard layout - besides basic media controls there are no funky dedicated keys you will never use
glossy black plastic picks up oily fingerprints
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