Pros: Heavy, sturdy, nice tactile response. Stays put. Bought to replace 15 year old IBM KB. This one seems easier to type on and I seem to be able to type a bit faster with fewer errors as well. Has an 'old-school' keyboard feel to it. Keys are laid out just right and the upward sweep of the keyboard makes it easier for those of us with shorter fingers. Would by again (if I ever need another one!). Would certainly recommend. Am now considering a mouse from Key Tronic as well.
Cons: It wasn't free. That's hardly a valid 'con' but it's all I've got.
Pros: This keyboard is WONDERFUL for people with arthritis. We got a new computer and the keyboard was so stiff that I was missing spaces between words a lot. I'd hit the space bar but it didn't "take" because of low strength in my thumb. Also, my hands got sore if I typed for very long. With this keyboard I'm not missing spaces at all and can type quickly, accurately, and for hours at a time.
Cons: It has a PS-2 connector so you have to get an adapter to plug it into a new computer.
Pros: I have been a long time fan of Keytronic'c keyboards, but I haven't owned one in a while. I *finally* got this one today, and all I can say is "wow." You definetly get what you pay for in this case. The feel of these keys is unbelievable. Nice, crisp 'click' feeling when you press in a key, but not too loud. I also like the base of the keyboard. The footprint is a little larger than you're typical keyboard, but it sits on your desk without any possibility of becoming ...
Cons: Limited retail store distribution, somewhat high shipping for such a low-weight package.
Pros: The Key Tronic Keyboard is without doubt exactly what the box it arrives in proclaims: "The BEST keyboard in the world GUARANTEED!" It also has a red square next to the logo that states "Lifetime Series" and is guaranteed for life. If you are a touch typist, this is the keyboard for you.
Cons: Not the best keyboard for a sea of office cubicles since the keys make noticeable sounds when depressed. A fast typist can generate a considerable racket.
Pros: 5 years and this keyboard just continues to Go. I'm a Software developer and I type all day. The Apple Extended Keyboard II was the best keyboard I've used until now. Of course you can't get Apple Extended Keyboard II. But even if I could, I'd choose this one. The action and feel is nearly perfect.
Cons: No USB so I had to buy a ps2 to usb adapter. Please Keytronic, Make a USB version, or even include the adapter, then is is best of class.
Pros: I've had my Key Tronic for 5+ years now. It has been the only piece of equipment I've kept through my last 3-4 hardware cycles. Buttons have a nice feel, I like the color, and the cool shape is a bonus. Also, I'm an angry gamer and could never relate the amount of abuse this poor little kb has had to endure. Even after the tomahawk chops and relentless typing of a power user, the only damage it has sustained is that a couple of the letters have worn off the keys and m...
Cons: It is ps2...not really a con but it would be nice if they come out with a usb version. Eventually ps2 ports will be absent on m/bs. It is also kind of expensive for a kb...but you have to pay for quality.