Summary: No volume keys - it's incredibly hard to find a white keyboard with some volume control, would have preferred a basic volume up/down/mute and I'd be set.
Pros: Fairly quiet - I expected it to be like Apple's chiclet keyboards, but the sound of the key press is a bit more hollow, a little higher pitched, but still rather quiet.
Cons: Weird layout - the insert/del, page up/down buttons are kind of smushed close to the rest of the keyboard to keep the profile small. The result is that the del key is right next to enter. This became natural over time, but can throw people off at first.
Summary: Egad, I've never had a keyboard with such a steep learning curve. Not just the smaller footprint, but all the special function keys are arranged vertically rather than horizontally and my brain is very slow to adapt--navigating to edit text is a nightmare that requires visual contact, something I haven't needed for years. The numeric pad is similarly problematic, with the center 5 key bump barely discernible.
Summary: Replaced an ancient Keytronic 104 keyboard that began typing wonky (general hardware failure I guess) with this unit. After becoming a fan of the Apple chiclet style keyboards, I knew I wanted to get a similar type of keyboard for my PC. While this is not as nice as the Apple unit, at roughly one third of the price, it serves well. Keystrokes are a firm kind of action deal with this unit, not as precise as the Apple.
Pros: Awesome feel.. typing on it now... Love at first site and feel!... Keys are quiet sounds and feels durable... closest to mac keyboard out there...(not that i like mac just saying) Takes up little room.. This is my first I ROCK keyboard and I'm impressed
Summary: This is a decent "chiclet" style keyboard. The keys are in the right position and the haptics are good, but not great. There is a slightly cheap feel to the keyboard compared to the Apple equivalent, but for $14 it's a bargain. To be fair to the Irocks, the keyboard on my soon to be gone iMac arrived 4 years ago with a barely functioning period key on the numeric keypad. I have to hit it hard at just the right angle.