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Old 30-12-2008, 15:50   #1
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Is the MS Comfort Curve keyboard a good compromise from a Natural 'split' one?

I've got a Natural keyboard at home right now with the split in the keyboard and one at work but the work one's really old now and starting to get a bit crappy.

I noticed the MS Comfort Curve keyboard the other day and wondered if anyone who was used to the split Natural keyboard had found it easy to adapt to? It would be good to have a keyboard both I and the missus was happy to use and I think she finds the Natural a bit of a pain.
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