frontRegardless of what type of user you may be, comfort is a concern we all share.  It can help productivity, responsiveness, and even play a major role in the longevity and health of our body. Microsoft is no stranger to pioneering innovative designs for peripherals that are better suited for comfort and ergonomics. One such example is the curve design featured in the keyboard we will be looking at today.

Product Name: Comfort Curve 3000

Review Sample Provided by: Microsoft

Review by: Adam

Pictures by: Adam

Posted: 26 Jul 2011 08:56 by Lersar #17036
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It uses a silicon-based dome switch, so they aren't very audible.
Posted: 26 Jul 2011 05:47 by Leonresevil2 #17021
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I had a gel pad wrist rest, that would probably work well, of course it is not curved like this, so maybe they will release something more official. Looks like a good board at a good price.
How's the key sound volume, and how many keys can be pressed at once before it spazzes out?

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