Summary: An excellent keyboard to get you by if your PS2 port just bit the dust.
Pros: Really cheap USB keyboard with proper backspace and enter key. Honestly, it doesn't feel that bad for a non-mechanical. A little bit mushy, but it could be confused for a really light mechanical if you just test it without actually typing on it. Good job, Cherry.
Cons: It's not mechanical? I dunno. Actually, since it isn't mechanical, some media keys wouldn't have hurt. Oh well.
Pros: Although it is not a high end keyboard, it does the job. It looks better than other standard keyboards because it is more rounded at the corners, but not so round that it doesn't have a rectangular shape.
Pros: great keyboard, have used cherry for years and love them, great feel, function keys are a little closer than the older models but i guess it is what it is. would prefer them back where i am used to them.
Cons: it was advertised as grey but when I received my 3 keyboards they are all black. sent in message to newegg about options for receiving wrong color but no response.
Summary: I've recently been spoiled by another kbd w/ Cherry Brown switches whiich makes this kbd feel bad. That said, compaired to the cheep, kept in service too long keyboards we use at work, this is an improvement. Next kbd purchase may be a Cherry with G83 line which should be a step up.
Pros: Basic keyboard. Seems fairly well made. Tactile feedback. Not mushy.
Summary: It's a simple sturdy keyboard that has no extra buttons that can get in the way, no batteries to deal with, no software to install and break, and no stupid ergo design nonsense. The only way to improve it would be if the bottom edge was perfectly straight. It is slightly rounded. My guess is that keyboard makers do this sort of thing to make their keyboards more visually appealing.
Pros: Simple, no frills, no nonsense keyboard that feels and is high-quality. It is wired (no need to deal with batteries and connectivity problems of wireless); sturdy, and the keys have just the right tactile resistance. The "Enter" key is the small one (NOT the big one that so many USB keyboards have that displaces the back-slash key). I'm a programmer who works on a keyboard frequently for 10+ hours per day, most days per week, and this is the best keyboard I have used ...
Cons: There are no cons really. That's what you get when you deliver what is needed and nothing else.
Summary: Let's face it - if you want the best look and feel, don't buy this keyboard. But you're obviously considering this one because you want a cheap and simple USB 105-key keyboard with all the buttons and lights in the traditional location and size, and no unexpected dumb 'shut-down-the-computer' type of shortcut buttons.
Summary: The "price was right" and having been around Cherry Keyboards going back into the 80's, this keyboard is all about the same key quality/action that I've always appreciated with Cherry.
Pros: Well, if you use a KVM to manage multiple PC's, you may find like I did that anything more than a standard wired keyboard will not work. That is why I bought this keyboard. It is very basic and the KVM talks to it.
Cons: None based upon what this keyboard is designed to do.
Summary: the space bar, enter key, & backspace feel different than the rest of the keys. not sure if they're meant to last longer, but it doesnt bug me much, i kinda like it. $17 worth it, added some rubber to the bottom to stop the gliding.
Pros: feels great, tactile and responsive. been playing sc2 ladder with this for a few days now, nothing weird. standard layout, and the logo isn't there as depicted in the image. if ur not diamond/master league this should be good. college student that wanted something to last long.
Cons: the keyboard slips on my desk alot, i just wanted a decent cheap keyboard to play SC2. with the height adjustment legs out its pretty much on ice even with the two slim grips. its extremely light.