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Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard review

Surprisingly comfy, but the keys takes getting used to

It's a keyboard, it's wireless and it's comfortable

Our Verdict

Good for the wrists, but not necessarily for performance


  • Comfortable to use


  • Slow response times

If you've been part of the WSAD brigade for a long time, then switching to one of Microsoft's comfort range may come as a bit of a surprise.

The first few games of Quake we played involved us fumbling with the oddly shaped keys. After a while, though, we became enamoured with the wrist rest, which feels like baby elephant hide.

Unfortunately, response times leave something to be desired.