Summary: Insert, Delete, Home, End, Pg Up, and Pg Dwn are located in strange places. I wouldn't recommend this if you use these keys regularly.
Pros: + 104-key keyboard that is smaller than large keyboards + Button in upper-right turns off backlight
Cons: - Did not stand up to regular use. "1" and "Z" keys stopped working about 6 months after purchase. - Keys were difficult to fully depress, leading to a sub-par typing experience. My 10-dollar Logitech keyboard feels more comfortable to type on. - Noisier than other membrane keyboards - Backlighti...
Pros: This is a nice little keyboard and EXACTLY what I wanted. I wanted a keyboard that was not as long as most keyboard but still had a number pad and all 104 keys etc. This thing is just that. It gives me more room for my mouse pad but I still feel like Im using a normal keyboard when gaming. Also t...
Cons: None yet! If it stops working or any keys stop functioning I will update this review.
Summary: What a great find on an unknown product brand at the time. I-Rocks has me hooked for life now.
Pros: I needed a small gaming keyboard that would fit my small desk, lilt up, and this worked perfectly. The blue light is great in the dark. This thing is durably. I’ve used it basically every day since 2011 and not one missing key or anything!
Cons: NONE! $40, used everyday since 2011, still perfect!
Summary: If you're looking for a good value backlit keyboard, this is a very good alternative option to the Devastator $30 combo. If you don't need the mouse, you can save a few bucks and still get a decent cheap backlit keyboard. That's what I did.
Pros: Good value for a decent backlit keyboard. Nothing is broken.
Cons: Backlight essentially invisible in daylight.
Summary: I just put in a lot of money to build a new computer, so I wanted to go cheap for the keyboard. The D key was always a little flimsy (it would work sometimes and other times it wouldn't). After a short while, it just stopped working totally.
Pros: Keys have a nice/pleasant clicking sound to them that isn't loud or annoying like a lot of mechanical keyboards. This would be pretty good for a tight roommate situation.
Cons: The letter D key stopped working after 2 weeks of use. Talk about it being a gaming keyboard LOL
Summary: The keys simply get out of their place and will enter back in but won't stay there anymore. I don't know why because there was no rough handling , just normal usage. It's not expensive but it really doesn't last long. I'm not so sure about buying another one...
Pros: work fine when new, nice backlight
Cons: we pay for what we get so, this keyboard will start loosing some keys after 4 to 6 months. Mine has some scotchtape to hold some keys in place, namely the spacebar. This is why I said in the title, buy a few because you will need them all after a rather short while while
Summary: The keyboard is made fairly cheaply. The enter key only has 1 rubber piece, even though there are 2 holes and 2 spots on the circuit board for them. The only thing holding the enter key to the board physically was a small piece of plastic which broke during normal typing practices.
Pros: Compact design Orange Backlight
Cons: Dim Backlighting Delicate Enter Key (Bad for serious gamers)