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Microsoft's ergonomically alliterative Comfort Curve Keyboard makes a contoured comeback

Microsoft's ergonomically alliterative Comfort Curve Keyboard makes a contoured comeback
Brian Heater
Brian Heater|June 15, 2011 8:10 AM
Like a vinyl record left out in the sun too long, Microsoft's Comfort Curve Keyboard has returned, albeit slightly more warped than before. The ergonomic peripheral is an attempt to improve the comfort and posture of users who just don't go in for the split variety. The 3000 features uniformly-sized QWERTY keys, offering up a similar layout to traditional straight keyboards. You'll be able to get your fingers on the input device in August for $20, to see if the comfort does indeed match the curves.
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