Originally Posted by Jo*mar
Mine is a Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000, have a second one for when this one gets something spilled in it.. for while it dries after washing it.
and an older keyboard that still works , just in case..
I've had keyboards and keyboards and the best (in my humble opinion) that worked the very best for me, was the Microsoft broken up one (don't know what's it's called). When I first got it and I saw the two sides I said out loud OMG, I'll never learn to use this thing.
I was so wrong. That was the absolute easiest keyboard to type with. My typing just flowed, but then again, I've been clocked at 145 so I know a good keyboard when I find one.
Right now I am typing on a large print yellow key thing.
I thought I was getting the Keys u See keyboard. Now THAT was a keyboard.
But if his one ever goes, I'm going back to the broken up Microsoft one.