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Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard & Mouse Combo USB

Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard & Mouse Combo USB (Microsoft: 7ZJ-00018)
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Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard & Mouse Combo USB
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Rating: 7.8/10
With 10 User Reviews

Review Date: 05/29/13
Cons: none

Pros: pricewarrantybuild
nice combo for 15$ , good build , working very good

Review Date: 05/10/13
Cons: vertical hump in middle of keyboard is very awkward for people not used to the hump, keys feel so mushy and not quite right, mouse looks and feels cheap, mouse is a bit too light

Pros: Was on sale, very sleek looking keyboard, ergonomic curve, mouse seems indestructible like a good old N64 controller, mouse is light, perfect for travelling and tossing into bags
I gotta say, I was excited to bag this for 12.99 back in october. the keyboard was low profile-ish, just enough for my needs (i really like typing on laptops and the microsoft bluetooth keyboard because they don't bend my wrist all "carpal tunnel-y" like. but i can't stand it because the keys are far too mushy, everything else about it is alright. i bought the MS ergonomic 2000 keyboard earlier and i've gone back to that one. i like how the keys are similar to the MS BT keyboard. for those who don't care for mushy keys, go for it. its very easy on the eyes, functions very well, light weight, and good for your wrists.also, bluetrack mouse performs very well, other than it being too light for my tastes. it tends to shift a little when you let go of the mouse, but then a little cable fiddling will solve that simple problem

Review Date: 03/20/13
Cons: none so far

Pros: Great Price, does the trick
Picked this up at a great price....it delivers what it promises...not fancy but worth the money

Review Date: 02/21/13
Cons: Hard to install, mouse is on the light side.

Pros: Sleek looking, comfortable, well made.
I own the Curve 2000 keyboard, and prefer that to this one, it's easier to type on, although the 3000 is okay once you get used to it -- it's quite a bit different. It was very difficult to install, I thought for a Microsoft product it would be just plug and play, but installing the mouse was a nightmare, I had to use my old Logitech mouse to download the proper drivers, for Windows 7. In my opinion Microsoft can do better.

Review Date: 01/19/13
Cons: Fingerprint magnet

Pros: Low price, Nice curve design, Looks nice all together. Has extra buttons for sound and calculator.
The keyboard has comfortable hand/wrist positioning, solid feel and not to cramped.The mouse is comfortable in your hand, no lag, buttons feel solid.If you are on a budget, just buy it, can't beat it at such a low price.

Review Date: 12/23/12
Cons: None yet

Pros: Quality products from Microsoft as always, price 9.99$
Quality products from Microsoft as always, price 9.99$This can't be beat for 9.99$

Review Date: 12/14/12
Cons: For the price, none.

Pros: Cheap!CurvedKeys Feel Good
I bought this as a backup keyboard (primary is a natural 4000) for use at LAN parties so I didn't have to drag the big 4000 with me.I got this on sale for 9.99 with free shipping, so I can't complain. The curvature is not exactly natural 4000 curved, but it's sufficient for someone who hates typing on straight keyboards.The mouse is basic and not comfortable at all, but I didn't care at the price as I only wanted the keyboard.

Review Date: 11/24/12
Cons: feel cheap, average keyboard feedback

Pros: price, small, doesn't look cheap
I was a big fan of the good old Microsoft Comfort keyboard, the original big bulky beige color one. Can't say the same for this new Comfort keyboard, while it looks sleek, it definitely doesn't feel good to type.

Review Date: 11/14/12
Cons: wavey

Pros: does the basicsnot fancysimple
looks and feels weird at first but im using it for HTPC in the living which i use about once every 2weeks, so no big deal really, i could type with the keyboard and navigate with the mouse no problems here

Review Date: 10/03/12
Cons: feels very awkward compared to previous comfort models

Pros: very cheap when on sale
feels very awkward compared to previous comfort modelsfeeling is very different from normal keyboard
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Product Features

Product Specifications

NameComfort Curve Desktop 3000 for Business
Keyboard Connection Type
Keyboard InterfaceUSB
Keyboard SPEC
Design StyleErgonomic
Palm RestN/A
Keyboard ColorBlack
DimensionsKeyboard: 6.89" L x 18.5" W
Mouse: 2.58" W x 4.53" L
Mouse Included
Mouse IncludedYes
Mouse Connection Type
Mouse InterfaceUSB
Mouse SPEC
Hand OrientationBoth Hands
Tracking MethodBlueTrack
Scrolling Capability1x Wheel
Mouse ColorBlack
OS / System Requirement
System RequirementWindows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP (excluding Windows XP 64-bit)
FeaturesContour: It’s familiar, yet modern
All the keys are the same size and in a familiar place, even with the Comfort Curve. The slim, glossy design saves space and makes a statement on your desktop.

Easy-Access Media Keys
Control your music and videos, and open the Calculator with the touch of a key.

Comfortable in Either Hand
Rubber side grips and a contoured shape for either hand.

Wired reliability
Designed for trouble-free performance, eliminating the worry of battery life.

Three customizable buttons
Give yourself some shortcuts with three customizable buttons.
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