Summary: Newegg, train your shipping clerks that putting an item right against the bottom of the box is likely to cause an RMA - and it'll be Newegg's fault, not UPS's... A product like this, that's only one inch tall, should have an inch (or more...) of packing material below the item and one inch (or more) above it... I ordered this with another keyboard and three mice (I was buying spares...) and the two keyboards were shipped separately - from two different facilities.
Pros: Great k/b
Cons: Came in a 6" high box but K/b was right on the bottom...
Summary: I've had mine for years now, and I've spilled drinks on it more than once, had to empty it of crumbs several times, and used it with several different kinds of OSs. It just works, and works, and works. The only board I have so far that's outlasted this one and is quieter when typing on is an OLD IBM. I like it so much I'm buying another one or possibly two before my old one dies just in case they ever get hard to come by.
Pros: Affordable. Well built. Reasonably quiet keys.
Pros: This is a basic keyboard, and it serves its purpose for someone who just needs something that functions properly and doesn't require laptop-style or mechanical-switch keys. If you don't mind the rubber-membrane style of keyboard, this is a solid one.
Cons: None that I can think of - I never had any issues with it missing keystrokes or anything along those lines.
Summary: I got this not through Newegg but at a local brick and mortar chain called MilwaukeePC, because I was looking for something inexpensive but reliable. I needed another keyboard to use with new system builds (which I do a lot of). During one of my recent projects I played several hours of Battlefield: BCII multiplayer while testing a new machine and I actually found it just as easy to use as my main keyboard for the most part.
Pros: Small, lightweight, and unadorned – no excess plastic or gadgetry to distract from typing. It has a nice, big Enter key. It's rugged and takes a beating (trust me). It costs < 20 bucks.
Cons: Seriously, this is a great board, but I've used ones that were easier to type on. Not saying it's hard, but the keys have a lot of travel and aren't particularly widely spaced. Still, this has more to do with my typing abilities than it does with the construction of the keyboard.