As its name suggests, the Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 has comfortable, ergonomically inspired contours, and it's also affordable.
Plenty of shortcut keys; comfy keys; decent price.
The keys feel a bit mushy, and the glossy plastic surrounding the keys attracts fingerprints.
Spill-resistant keys dont work as advertised.
By cnet on June 23, 2011
The agreeably practical Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 offers a unique, ergonomic design at a price that makes it easy to recommend to anyone in search of a basic wired...70
By Computeractive on November 06, 2008
It's not one for people who do a lot of typing, but more general computer users will find this an excellent, good-value...100
By CNET Australia on June 26, 2008
Microsofts Digital Media Keyboard 3000 (DMK3000) at first glance seems like an ordinary keyboard with a few extra multimedia buttons, and a little light — however, this changes the moment you start typing. Its quite well built, and each key strike...90
By Good Gear Guide on June 17, 2008
If you aren’t hell-bent on a wireless keyboard then the Digital Media Keyboard is an excellent option, particularly for Windows XP and Vista...80
By ComputerPowerUser on May 24, 2008
PC and Mac platforms supported; 7.06 x 17.6 inches (HxW); Flip 3D button; five My Favorites keys; spill-resistant exterior Following Microsoft’s simultaneous announcement of its Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 ($129.95) and Digital Media Keyboard 3000...60
By ExtremeTech on April 08, 2008
If youre looking for an average keyboard with some extra goodies, then this is your keyboard....70
By Les Numériques on June 02, 2008
Pour les fans de raccourcis, ce clavier est économique et très pratique. Un must donc. Si vous cherchez juste un clavier économique et silencieux, le Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 offre un rapport qualité / prix encore...80