Summary: This keyboard cam in a box you could easily fit twenty keyboards into. I am not exaggerating. There was also a BUSHEL of brown packaging paper. I am not exaggerating this. No wonder it cost ten dollars to ship.
Pros: For a rubber dome keyboard, this is the absolute best one you can buy. Tactile and comfortable and a price exponentially better than a mechanical keyboard
Summary: This keyboard imitates an IBM M for looks - just with windows keys. I'm thinking they are just as reliable ... just a bit lighter with membrane actuated keys. I have two keyboards on my desk ... this and a Model M ... I switch back and fourth regularly.
Pros: These keyboards have a great feel to them. I spend most of my day typing on one of these and I get very little fatigue. Compared to most "modern" keyboards, that's excellent. They also don't seem to ever wear out - we have some from the mid 90s that are still going strong.
Cons: Not a fan of the layout with the large shaped enter key. The small backspace key and the moved \ key make it kind of confusing to switch back and fourth between this and a standard layout.
Summary: This is how keyboards used to (and should) be made, not like these small flimsy keyboards most companies make today. This is a keyboard you can get comfortable with because it will be a long time before it breaks.
Pros: Big and sturdy with lifetime warranty. Still has the original style (L shaped) enter key.
Cons: If you like small keyboards, this isn't for you.