Summary: Check the return options small print.... otherwise you might find yourself buying something that you cannot return unless you pay for the return yourself. Buy cheap, get cheap - I guess.
Pros: - I don't know because the adapter was broken and it wouldn't work when connect directly to the ps2 at the back of the pc...
Cons: - It didn't work - the ps2 to usb converter was broken upon arrival and the keyboard didn't work when connected directly to the pc. - This item cannot be returned unless I pay for its shipping! Well, that's great.
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.