Summary: I bought this because, quite frankly, I HATE typing on this miniscule keyboards that they give you on a laptop. So, thinking this would fit the ports, I ordered it. SO want to keep it! It really, really is nice looks amazing, and the keys are so very easy to use.
Summary: It's amazing how important it is to replace an old keyboard with a new one that has all of the keys in the same place!!! (Yep, I came to that realization after buying one without noticing the layout of the keys.) This is a decent keyboard and it works just fine.
Summary: Amazingly, there are few traditional keyboards available - that is, a keyboard with all the keys in the traditional places for those who type for a living and do not look at the keyboard. In fact, this was the only one I found.
Summary: One of the keys had become stuck and if pressed, repeated infiniteeeeeeeeeee-ly. As a writer who doesn't look at the screen when typing, I saw red--as in red-underscore misspelled words☺ I paid for expedited shipping and received the new keyboard the following Monday.
Summary: This keyboard has closest touch to an old-fashioned IBM keyboard. Nice and springy. Also has lights that indicate numlock and caps. Has some other light indicator as well. It's OK that it is corded.
Summary: The reason for buying this keyboard was because the old keyboard had lost about half its letters, which is not always bad and could be thought of as a nice little security bonus, but when typing passwords we have to get it right and therefore this new keyboard.
Summary: HP is my first choice in almost anything, mostly because they make excellent products and back it up with great support. In this case, it is just a basic USB keyboard so not much to say about how nice it is or what it does... just a basic keyboard. Also, I doubt I will ever need tech support on it.