Comfort entry-level

Oct 8, 2010
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I chose him because he had a slightly rounded shape. I preferred to another curved keyboard (Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro) I've tried long ago, the Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 is halfway between a regular keyboard, and this super ergonomic keyboard. If you do not type with both hands and multiple fingers that type of keyboard is useless.

The keyboard is used without his feet to avoid having to bend the wrist (to prevent carpal tunnel bp).

Few shortcut keys but there it seems to me most.

== Benefits ==
Precautionary health: position assumed for the best long-term wrist.
Look good coming out a bit unconventional.
Key Silent but still firm.
Perfect functioning after 4 years of heavy use (8 H / D since 2006).

== Cons ==
Only defect: the signs on the keys most commonly used tend to disappear (volume keys AEDC, arrows).
The upper part is messy (Black faux lacquer).
VLC does not recognize some multimedia keys (next, previous) without setting itself in VLC (v1.1.4).

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