Summary: This is an excellent keyboard. I've been using it for about a month now. This is purely my opinion, but I really like the left wrist pad. It's firm, but I like the firmness more than a squishy pad. You can also use it to store the key remover and extra keys that come with the keyboard. I rarely use the media keys and volume scroller, but those went right to work out of the box without any driver install which made me quite happy.
Summary: I bought this keyboard because of key ghosting on my original keyboard. I am new to the world of PC gaming and all of the customization and dedicated, purpose built accessories, so I found this keyboard awkward and uncomfortable to use at first for typing but then i started playing Bioshock Infinite and with the wrist rest it just feels right! after a couple hours this keyboard feels better than any other i have ever used. I also really like the powered USB port!
Summary: It's a keyboard with real buttons, and media keys that are well placed for reprogramming for left-handed gaming. There are very few products out there that are ambidextrous or left handed, so this was a good balance. I'm partially annoyed that the top row of keys are not cherry switches. A key will sometimes not register a key-up. I don't use the red keys at all (being that I'm using it left handed), and the wrist rest is a joke.
Summary: Great product. I've had this for 7 months now, and no big complaints. I won't go into details, but will highlight features I personally like. PROS -Aluminum top feel and looks AMAZING -Laser engraved keys are an underrated feature. No more fading keys. -easy cleaning, keys can pop off easy. -Typing feels great, but is not RIDICULOUSLY loud like some other mechanical keyboards.
Summary: The only thing I can think of that would make this keyboard better would be backlighting. The build quality is extremely solid (aluminum body), the keys are very precise, and the non-mechanical keys don't feel awful either (those would be Esc, the F1-F12 keys, and the utility cluster above the arrow keys). I have had some occasional issues with the keyboard though.
Summary: The keyboards package was destroyed upon arrival but the keyboard itself appeared to be in working order. The keyboard worked perfectly nonetheless. My only problem with it is that it was slightly bent 5 degrees or so though this was easily fixed with a few pieces of cardboard.
Summary: I bought this keyboard after taking a hiatus from gaming for several years. Even outside of gaming I've always preferred a mechanical keyboard and I wanted something affordable. The K60 provided an affordable solution. It is mechanical, has a minimalist look with a nice black and silver look. Overall the buttons are pretty small, but no worse than your standard keyboard size. The keys are loud if you bottom them out, as expected with a mechanical keyboard.
Pros: Cheap, Mechanical, High key rollover, Minimalist design