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So my keyboard broke and I need a one. Want to get Curve / Ergonomic keyboard for under $30.. Any sugestions?
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LOLZ to your avitar hahahaha !!! HAHHAHAHA HAHAHAAHAH


ok i think you should get a Das Macan. key.
I am getting the silent one!
http://www.daskeyboard.com/model-s-ultimate-silent/
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LOLZ to your avitar hahahaha !!! HAHHAHAHA HAHAHAAHAH


ok i think you should get a Das Macan. key.
I am getting the silent one!
http://www.daskeyboard.com/model-s-ultimate-silent/
That's not ergonomic my friend.
post #4 of 10
^And it's way over the $30 he specified.

i-rocks makes some great keyboards. I don't have any specific recommendations as far as "ergonomic" keyboards go though.
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i knwo but him the right thing or let him buy the wrong thing
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Maybe look at the Microsoft Curve 2000. I've been using one at work for over a year now. Not had any problems with it. It is very very cheap, and I personally think it is a very nice keyboard to type on.

Quiet to compared to full size keys on a rubber dome design.

Check some reviews, but everything I've seen about the keyboard has been full of praise
post #7 of 10
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That's not ergonomic my friend.
Recommending a mech is the cool thing to do now.

Regardless if that's not what the OP asked for.
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Maybe look at the Microsoft Curve 2000. I've been using one at work for over a year now. Not had any problems with it. It is very very cheap, and I personally think it is a very nice keyboard to type on.

Quiet to compared to full size keys on a rubber dome design.

Check some reviews, but everything I've seen about the keyboard has been full of praise
Thanks for suggestion. I couldnt find any curvy keyboards in any of my local stores so I just got myself a standard keyboard till I order one from online.
Cant live without a keyboard for a week lol
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Thanks for suggestion. I couldnt find any curvy keyboards in any of my local stores so I just got myself a standard keyboard till I order one from online.
Cant live without a keyboard for a week lol
No problem!
Just would like to point out though that the keys on the Microsoft Curve are more like traditional laptop keys (flatter) than normal keyboard keys. I know some people have a problem with this, I don't, but it would be worth noting.

I know that Logitech do a number of curve style keyboards with more traditional size keys if that is more to your liking. Something like the Logitech K350 or Logitech Wave. Although I'm not sure on US prices for those.
post #10 of 10
microsoft ergonomic 4000 can be had for 35$ on amazon and like minded stores, best you'll find in that price range and up.
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