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Jun 15, 2011

Microsoft's Comfort Curve Keyboard Makes a Contoured Comeback

Like a vinyl record left out in the sun too long, Microsoft's Comfort Curve Keyboard has returned,slightly more warped than before. The ergonomic peripheral is an attempt to improve the comfort and posture of users who just don't go in for the split variety.

The 3000 features uniformly-sized QWERTY keys, offering up a similar layout to traditional straight keyboards. You'll be able to get your fingers on the input device in August for $20, to see if the comfort does indeed match the curves.

9 comments:

Jammer said...

I like my straight keyboard

Punk1119 said...

It's kind of like an "ergonomic" keyboard except without the huge chunk of wasted space in the middle!

Skankin_Pete said...

Very cool keyboard =)

Alixander said...

Screw that. I'm still using my 2003 PS/2 keyboard. I love that noise.

Mikko said...

I prefer my razor thanks

Magixx said...

haha yes, razer ftw! ;)

heefal said...

just the thought of buying a comfortable keyboard, is someone have a contact with such like this model?

Ezz said...

Its like a mac, looks good but otheerwise useless.

Athanasian Echo said...

I want to get a keyboard that is in two separate pieces. I wonder if they make those...