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BEWARE - THIS IS NOT FLAT! BUT it has helped!,
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This review is from: Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 (Brown Box) (Accessory)
Confirming that the current Microsoft Curve keyboard 3000 for Business, selling on Amazon is NOT FLAT, as they suggest in the description and photos, but the later model being raised in the middle. I have returned two as a result of not being as described.
This keyboard went off listing whilst they did checks and then became available again! Giving self 10/10 for persistence, I decided to order a third - IT WAS RAISED!.
I was eager to get rid of my old keyboard, which was a Microsoft comfort curve - it was too big, taking up space and I was tending to make mistakes with it (am a touch typist and spend literally hours a day at the keyboard) and really wanted a new one, so I have kept the third raised one!
Second day in and I am finding it ok and am making less mistakes. Be interesting to see if my wrists start to ache, as it does tend to push the hands upwards, but I do like the keys and the compactness of it.
I really did want the flat one, but it seems impossible to get this anymore.
What more can I say - time will tell, just wish had the option to go for the flat!
FEW WEEKS INTO USING THIS, I am impressed! I am able to type quicker than when using a large comfort keyboard that was flat and not raised.
This compact raised keyboard has helped my speed of typing I think due to it being compact, PLUS the raised style I THINK, has helped my wrists. I find it much easier to write now, so it must be relieving my wrists in some way. I would recommend after all!