Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 Released

Posted: Jun 14 2011, 1:56pm CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 released

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New Comfort Curve Keyboard features a more organice shape.

Microsoft unveiled the new Comfort Curve 3000 keyboard. Building on the original Comfort Curve, this new keyboard is designed to be a better option for straight-keyboard users and has been improved in two ways. First, the QWERTY keys are uniformly sized in a way that is more similar to a standard straight keyboard. Second, the curve has been modified to be more organic – adding curvature in the third dimension. The new shape is supposed to be more comfortable.

I have used Microsoft keyboards last time years ago. My last PC keyboard was just a simple, but thin keyboard. Now I find myself at home on an Apple Wireless Keyboard. The Apple keyboard is as minimalist as it can be, but is surprisingly comfortable.

The Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 will go on sale in August for $19.95.

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