Summary: With the cost of mechanical keyboards so high in the past I never wanted to make the investment. This price was great (think I even got it on sale, can't remember because it's been so long). Worth every penny if you type a lot.
Pros: Mechanical keyboard - clickity clack. I type heavily for my job and have previously worn out 3 Microsoft Ergonomic keyboards, rubbed off the letters, left dents in the left alt and shift keys (I use them a lot for shortcuts). This keyboard has been through the hell of my typing for I think just o...
Cons: I honestly cannot think of anything negative to say about this keyboard. It has been and still remains a joy to use.
Pros: This product is well built with all the cable terminal fittings working properly. The "feel" of the keys is similar with the feel of the IBM PC and IBM XT keyboards. This makes this Adesso 135B more like a CLACKY keyboard rather than a CLICKEY one. I definitely like this keyboard as I have nobody...
Summary: I used this keyboard for 3+ years of heavy gaming until I unfortunately spilled soda all over it (oops). This product is VERY durable and I would happily buy one again. Great tactile feedback from the MX blues.
Pros: No annoying extra macro-keys and extra function keys that make the keyboard gigantic!
Cons: It is PS/2 and some motherboard do not have that anymore.
and thus far have had a great experience. The Cherry MX blues feel the same ...
Max D., Amazon
22 July 2015
Summary: I've been using it as my main keyboard since January, and thus far have had a great experience. The Cherry MX blues feel the same as other mechanical keyboards I've owned, so no issue on that front.
Summary: Got if for the wife as a supplement for her laptop keyboard. Fantastic. She can type twice as fast and accurately. Great quality, works right out of the box. No problems. Mechanical keyboards are a must for anyone typing.