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Product Review: Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000

Updated on June 30, 2012

Comfort Makes A Difference

If you do a lot of typing, comfort makes a big difference. Not all keyboards are created equal. Adding one designed for easy use will save arm, wrist and hand pain from developing. While there are many extended keyboards on the market I can vouch for the Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 as being a welcome partner to any laptop or desktop.

I spend hours on my laptop writing. It doesn’t take long before cramping can set in to your wrist and hands. The Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 is recommended by ergonomist according to the company’s description of their product. It is essential for easing strain to forearms and wrists. From the endless comfort for my aching bones and the relieved wear on my laptop’s keyboard I am glad I chose to add this little luxury item. This is not an expensive device. There is no need to spend a lot for comfort.


I know I chose the right one for me.

Anyone spending hours on a computer should consider adding comfort for easier typing. I shopped around and thought about adding a keyboard long before I decided to buy this one. I know I chose the right one for me. The Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 has the familiar key location with regular size keys only in a slim overall width. No more uncomfortable positions as you write. It has a glossy stylish look. It works with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. It has easy access for media keys and the calculator can be opened by the touch of one key. It uses an USB port. This keyboard will make you wonder why you waited so long to get it.


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    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      6 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thanks for your input, Gus. It sure makes writing much easier. I wish I had added an external keyboard to my laptop much sooner.

    • GusTheRedneck profile image

      Gustave Kilthau 

      6 years ago from USA

      Howdy Diana (Diana Lee) -

      Every article about a good computer keyboard is deserving of a comment typed out on another good keyboard. This comment comes to you through a Microsoft "Comfort Curve 2000, Version 1" which I obtained brand new for 10 bucks at a local computer supplies store. It is almost like the one you write of here - and, as you mentioned, a good keyboard can be a low-cost luxury item. My next keyboard will, I hope, include a motor drive and a computer brain. Then, all I'll have to do is sit here and watch it do all of the writing chores by itself.

      Gus :-)))


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