Summary: I already made a mistake of spilling water over this keyboard. It just continues to work. No drying was needed even. The small backspace key doesn't bother me as I am used to laptop keyboards. It's rather silent, and I like the fact that you are pull out any of the keys on the keyboard without compromising the functionality of it. The red wasd and arrows keys are a nice touch, and they don't compromise typing since they are just like other keys except in color.
Summary: I have been using this keyboard for just over 3 months now for everything from word and excel to intense gaming sessions The only complaint I have is that the backspace key is too small (same size as a regular key.) So far (thankfully) I have not had a need to test the water resistant feature..
Summary: really nice Keyboard for 12$-15$ on sale all keys can be removed not only red ones , i really like this option because i mainly use WASD and often press the Windows button while gaming (remove that key and BINGO problem solved) Buttons have a nice feel to them . The 8 Multimedia buttons can be set in game options - what ever game .
Pros: Very light yet has 5 rubber feet to grip on to surfaces - , all buttons can be moved not only the red ones, up to 6 keys for games.
Summary: Can't really go wrong with the price. I like the responsiveness of the keyboard. I can type pretty fast on it. One big problem I have is the backspace is the same size as any letter key rather than a long key that is easily accessible. So instead of correcting mistakes properly and quickly, I always insert a backspace since that occupies the slot of what would have been a longer backspace key. I like the anti-ghosting of the wasd keys so I can move diagonally in games.
Pros: -anti-ghosting of directional game keys, -good feedback - unlike my HP keyboard where I couldn't tell if I pressed down the key or not, -cheap 10 bucks - get gaming keyboard features
Cons: -small backspace button, I always hit the backspace
Summary: I can't believe this keyboard keeps dropping in price! I'd buy this for people that need straight-style (not ergonomic curve or wave or split) keyboards over and over again. The peace of mind of reliability is the 'key' factor that attracts me to this product. This can't be taken seriously as a hardcore gaming keyboard as it misses on analogue switches, native PS/2 plug, backlighting, high rollover key count.
Pros: some gaming features at a generic price, good feel, silent stroke, waterproof
Summary: Generic looking keyboard with for an affordable price ($9 on sale). The bright orange status lights can be somewhat distracting. You can't customize the multimedia keys, but no drivers are needed to use them. The keys feel right, not overly sensitive or insensitive. The sound level from the keys are what you would expect as well. All in all an average keyboard.