Summary: It's a fine keyboard for the price. No frills, a little annoying to set up, but it works well enough.
Pros: It's a standard USB keyboard, good condition, keys all seem to work.
Cons: Installation can be annoying about drivers so remember to plug it in while the computer is able to install drivers, enter key is a bit on the small side and shaped exactly like shift, so mistypes might occur.
Summary: I've owned and used many keyboards since the very first IBM AT Model M including Apples in the 80's, 90's, 00's and 10's on desktops and laptops from PS/2 to USB to wireless to bluetooth. This one is replacing a relatively expensive Logitech K750 solar powered.
Pros: + Low price + Quiet + Standard layout + Caps and Num lock LEDs + USB + Logitech
Cons: - No multimedia or shortcuts - USB cable is pretty flimsy and kind of short
Summary: Decided to replace my current one with a new one only after I lost a key while cleaning it. This board can last forever under heavy use (such as typing, coding, gaming) as long as you are not overly rough with it.
Pros: This keyboard works well. The keys are solid, and the board flexes only a little under strain. It can handle multiple key presses just fine to play any game and is relatively easy to clean.
Cons: The paint on keys can come off after excessive use, but not nearly as bad as other boards I have owned. The padded feet come off very quickly, I recommend superglueing them on (if you don't care about the warranty!). A tiny tiny dab works fine. The plastic of the board scratches relatively easy.