Microsoft Comfort Keyboard

All good things come to an end and today saw the retirement of my good friend the Microsoft Internet Keyboard Pro. The Microsoft Internet Keyboard Pro has been a faithful keyboard over the last five or so years. It has seen a hell of a lot of typing, a lot of gaming and has gone swimming more than once. Even after that period of time (and abuse), the keyboard is still in perfect working order – which really is a testament to the build quality of the Microsoft keyboards.

Though functioning perfectly, my existing Microsoft keyboard was getting a little long in the tooth so a replacement was sought. After having a look around for a replacement, I ended up going with the new Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000.

So, why the Comfort Curve 2000 keyboard over top of the others?

  • The comfort curve keyboard is a small form factor
  • It uses laptop style short key depression, so you don’t have to press the keys as far as a traditional keyboard
  • The keys don’t "click" when you press them, they are nearly silent

All and all, I’m very impressed with the new Microsoft Comfort Curve 2000 keyboard and for a whopping $40; they were practically giving it away. I’m just disappointed I wasn’t lucky enough to pick it up the weekend before last for around $28!

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