Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard @ instore sainsburys £2.99 - HotUKDeals
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Just popped in to Sainsburys and whilst looking around noticed this.

On a white label not a reduced one

Microsoft comfort curve keyboard.

Comfort curve design,
Ultra thin profile keys
spill-resistant keys
easy setup no software required.

designed by ergonomic experts, the microsoft comfort curve keyboard 2000 lets your hands sit more naturally on the keys for comfort and productivity. Its sleek, compact design fits easily in most keyboard trays. Its easy to use- just plug in and start typing.
compatable with Windows 7 and Mac




Receipt Image; http://imgur.com/gP4Nh
- simon-c
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#1
Hi BB - What store was this? How many did they have left?
2 Likes #2
hedge end, couple left...how do you put a picture of the receipt up
#3
I bought this recently from John Lewis for £7.99 so the deal is good. However, I did not find the keyboard itself very user friendly - kept hitting double or incorrect keys when typing and then found that other users were having the same problem.
#4
jasp
I bought this recently from John Lewis for £7.99 so the deal is good. However, I did not find the keyboard itself very user friendly - kept hitting double or incorrect keys when typing and then found that other users were having the same problem.
cheers for that, i'll have to be careful with my paws when typing.
#5
HoooooOOOt....if you can find one.
#6
These keyboards are awful. Exact same experience as jasp. Multiple key presses, sometimes none at all. Stay far away.
#7
good price.... but a rubbish keyboard. The keys are horrible
Would personally rather spend money and get a better one, especially as I am on a computer a lot.

Good for those who aren't on a PC often
2 Likes #8
I have had a different experience with this keyboard. I bought one for home and liked it enough to buy one for my work PC (that I use all day). I like the layout and the feel of the keys.

I'll admit though that the left shift key is rather small.
#9
yanick
I have had a different experience with this keyboard. I bought one for home and liked it enough to buy one for my work PC (that I use all day). I like the layout and the feel of the keys.

I'll admit though that the left shift key is rather small.
reviews on amazon seem ok

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-Comfort-Curve-Keyboard-2000/dp/B000B9OIIU/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1347214647&sr=8-11
#10
what store
#11
mrbasilbrushuk
hedge end, couple left...how do you put a picture of the receipt up
Use an image host like http://imgur.com and upload the image there, then take the link and post it in a comment here. Surround the image link with http://linkhere.com to have it display inside the comment.
#12
I use these at home and work, It takes a short while to get used to the key positioning, but I am happy with mine.
1 Like #13
if any one has a raspberry pi this is one of the keyboards that work well with the pi.
http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals
1 Like #14
mrbasilbrushuk
hedge end, couple left...how do you put a picture of the receipt up

I won't bother. Some doubters on here wouldn't believe unless you post footage of you actually buying the keyboard and a copy of your birth certificate certified by the local priest...
#16
http://imgur.com/gP4Nh
#17
Such a poor Microsoft. :p
Somedays they were leader in the market with expensive products and the people have to buy from the but nowadays ....
Heated. <3
#18
Good keyboard for the money.
#19
ima see if they got this in birmingham, if they do ima buy 3
#20
Cheap for what it is. Not to my taste. Now if Microsoft would only release a newer ergonomic keyboard....
In general Microsoft keyboards do seem to last though. Every Logitech keyboard I've had wore off the key tops in a year or less. My Microsoft keyboard key tops last almost forever.
1 Like #21
Dizzlepro
ima see if they got this in birmingham, if they do ima buy 3

Who's Ima?
#22
Not sure I'd buy another Microsoft keyboard again, after a fair bit of key fade from less than a years use, as occasional home user.
#23
Does this have USB connection?
#24
I remember having the original Microsoft 'Natural' keyboard, was great!
#25
rdann
Does this have USB connection?
yes its usb
#26
united4eva
I remember having the original Microsoft 'Natural' keyboard, was great!
Me too, but as good as they are, they do take bit of getting used, so I'm not so sure I'd want one again now, but a brilliant price, heat added!
#27
Love cheap ass keyboards, got a few gaming peripherals but I don't think I can replace my Packard Bell keyboard that came with my old computer. It just feels so perfect.
#28
HAL2000
united4eva
I remember having the original Microsoft 'Natural' keyboard, was great!
Me too, but as good as they are, they do take bit of getting used, so I'm not so sure I'd want one again now, but a brilliant price, heat added!

Except they can be very good for you (he says, typing on his new Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000 with no trace of the RSI that was there right up until the new kit arrived).
#29
I want an ergonomic Microsoft keyboard also (Wired though not like the current one)

I do have one of these though and it has managed having beer spilt all over it twice.
(My PS2 Natural Keyboard got cider spilt on it - not by me because I don't drink it).
1 Like #30
Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 (Don't think that existed when I last looked). £30 is worth it for the benefit you get.
#31
I needed a new keyboard in a hurry after beloved son spilt Sambuca all over my HP keyboard and it died :( Bought this from Morrisons for £10 and, although I like the look of it I have never really found it all that great in practice. I'm used to it now but it's almost impossible to type quickly without a lot of errors and the volume keys take an age to respond. Would I buy it again? Probably not, but at £2.99 it would make a good spare or to use until something better comes along.

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