Summary: WHile I like the clicky feel of this keyboard and appreciate the fact that I can make use of my PC's PS/2 port and free up a much need USB2.0 port I really dislike the narrowness of the layout.
Pros: Clean and crisp. PS/2 so I don't have to give away another USB port.
Summary: * It'd be nice if the cable length was listed in the product specifications! * It did not come with a PS/2 to USB converter like another reviewer suggested.
Pros: * It's cheap! * PS/2 lets me power on my computer with a key press. * Typing feels good. None of the keys stick (yet ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). * Has holes on the bottom to let liquid drain out. * Can get up to ~115 words per minute. Probably faster if typing rampage is fueled by coffee. * Considering that my p...
Cons: The 5-foot cable is too short for me. My previous keyboard had a 6-foot cable, which was the perfect length. I like to snake my keyboard/mouse cables through a hole in my desk. Otherwise, this wouldn't be an issue.
Summary: I liked this keyboard, it was cheap and worked great. You do not have to spend a ton of money on fancy keyboards if you're a gamer. I was going to get another one of these but opted for a 'upgrade' so to speak in a Logitech K120 which I got at the same price.
Pros: Solid operation for 7 months, until I spilled coffee all over it.
Cons: For the 12 or 15 bucks I think I paid for it, nothing at all. Not sure if I would pay 20 though.
Summary: DO NOT plan on using the PS/2 to USB adapter that (I think) Newegg puts in the box as it will cause the space key to keyblock all other keys (such as WASD), making it terrible for gaming. Either plan on using the PS/2 connector or have a good adapter already on hand.
Pros: The low profile reminds me of a laptop keyboard feel while being a full keyboard. Key presses are not clicky, but rather sound as if they are dampened by rubber. Some may not like this, but I needed my keyboard to be quiet. The overall feel is solid and durable, and the compact design is great fo...
Cons: The keys do not feel as resistant to key presses than I'd like but rather mushy.
Summary: The keys are like standard except slightly reduced in height, not dramatically flattened. The overall width and height of the keyboard seem to have been slightly reduced. The keys on my Lenovo slim keyboard are slightly wider and flatter.