Summary: Purchased as fed up of squinting at black keyboards, also of often flaky USB connections. Keyboard made of strong warm plastic with good feedback (mercifully does not have loud 'click' like grey keyboards of old). Note: PC didn't recognize this keyboard when first plugged in. Not keyboard's fault but due to BIOS - some of which can disable PS/2 functionality if a USB keyboard used previously. Solved this by enabling in BIOS with both keyboards plugged in.
Summary: By far the best keyboard I've ever owned. The lettering is large, clear, durable, and is black-on-white (much better than those white-on-black keyboards, which I absolutely hate). The key action is perfect and positive, not noisy, with well shaped keys that make targeting easy, minimizing mistypes. I now have 3 of these keyboards and wouldn't use any other.
Summary: I ended up buying this keyboard after spending a whole day on Google reading reviews. I realised that I did not need LED lights, funky media buttons or anything special, what I needed was a GOOD quality keyboard that will last and most importantly one where the letters don't rub off after 5 seconds. This is everything I wanted. It may look like it's come off an old IBM but it does what very few others do which is last!
Summary: I just bought my second Cherry G83-6105LUQGB-0 keyboard to replace my original which had simply become too dirty to clean after six or seven years of intensive, daily use. Utterly reliable, made in Germany, nice key action, and so cheap it is easier to replace it than clean it. Highly recommended. (Actually I tell a lie; it's my third Cherry. I bought one for my wife a year or two ago and she is very happy with hers too.
Summary: I wanted a white keyboard so the keys would be easier to see in dim light, and I wanted a keyboard with a complete set of full-size keys. There aren't many to choose from. Probably down to fashion. Remember when all computers used to be grey? It's actually not a 'white' white, more a grey which is slightly disappointing, but the characters are easier to make out than on a black keyboard. The action reminds me of very early keyboards (yes, probably going back to the 90s!
Summary: I wanted a Cherry PS2 because I already have one, they just work and keep on working. I have never been happy with the lag on Wireless keyboards or the flakyness of USB. Took a while to get the search terms right.
Summary: This is possibly the best non-mechanical, non-chiclet or island style keyboards available. It is very well made. Solid and sturdy. Presents at a good angle with strong feet and the keystroke action is smooth and positive. Each keystroke action provides an acoustic feedback that is not unpleasant, this is of course typical of Cherry keyboards.