Review: Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000

Perhaps you aren't looking for a new mouse, or a combo pack, but are looking for a comfortable, ergonomically friendly keyboard. Microsoft offers consumers a cheap, very comfortable and easy-to-use ergonomical keyboard. Based on the images of the keyboard, I wouldn't have thought it would have such a big curve to it, but the image above doesn't show the true curve of the keyboard.

The Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 definitely takes some getting used to if you're not used to using an ergonomic keyboard. The curvature of the keys takes some practice to accurately hit each time, but eventually the keyboard feels very comfortable under your fingers.

One thing I really loved about this keyboard was the sound the keys made: none. This is hands down the quietest keyboard I have ever typed on, they don't make a sound.

The Basics:

  • $24.95 MSRP
  • Ergonomically-friendly keyboard
  • USB wired keyboard

Pros and Cons


  • Very comfortable and ergonomically friendly
  • Very silent keyboard
  • Easy to use multi-media keys


  • Wired keyboard
  • The shift, caps locks and tab keys are huge
  • Palm rest is very small
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