Microsoft releases Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000

Email Twitter: @ronwinbeta Jun 15th, 2011 inNews

Microsoft has released a new keyboard, called the Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000, which offers better comfort and posture for those who desire it. This new keyboard is based on the original Comfort Curve, but features several enhancements.

This new keyboard is based off of the original Comfort Curve layout, but adds new features and an improved layout. The idea behind this keyboard is to provide a layout for those who prefer straight keyboards but also prefer comfort and better posture.

“Building on the original Comfort Curve, this new key layout is designed to be a better option for straight-keyboard users and has been improved in two fundamental ways. First, the QWERTY keys are uniformly sized in a way that is more similar to a standard straight keyboard. That increases the familiarity. Second, the curve has been modified to be more organic – adding curvature in the third dimension. That increases the comfort. This keyboard has been three years in the making and I’m excited that people can finally benefit from it after all of those rounds of research and iteration,” states Dan Odell, Certified Professional Ergonomist.

The Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 will be available in August at Amazon, Office Depot, and the Microsoft Store for $24.95.

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