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.
Pros: The keyboard looked pretty good and powered on.
Cons: The box/packaging was missing the "unifying receiver" that connects the keyboard to the computer. Also, the keyboard was somewhat scratched. Thinking that the box had been -opened- and the receiver pilfered, I requested an RMA. I was able to send it back, and received a replacement.
Excerpt: very soft key strokes, lighting works well. automatically lights up when you get close to the keyboard keys. The look could be a bit better. the buttons look a little cheap and further apart than should be.
Summary: For such a great keyboard, you would think they would protect it from spills a little better. I have killed 3 of these in 2 years with very minor spill accidents. Twice it was just one drop of water. If I could ever find a better protected keyboard, I sure would get it
Pros: Best wireless illumined keyboard out there.
Cons: One freaking drop of any liquid will kill this keyboard.
Summary: For the price, if all you need is a basic keyboard, I couldn't think of a better keyboard. Bought to use with a chiclet laptop because I felt like I was going to destroy the keys playing BF2. Also, I think I've dropped this thing multiple times and still types perfectly.
Pros: Die-hard. Cleaned fairly easily. Keys are sized right (no giant enter key/mini-backspace).
Cons: Wish it was backlit and/or had at least volume keys. Flip-up "legs" broke fairly quickly. Spacebar "teeter-toters" a bit.
Summary: I wanted a wired and foolproof keyboard that was free of the annoying hiccups that wireless keyboards run into, as well as one that didn't have any of the ergonomic gimmicks that can interfere with typing. This was one of the very few I found.
Pros: - Wired (getting harder to find this) - No odd "ergonomic" features that warp the layout - Nice feel to the keys
Cons: - Doesn't appear to work with a USB/PS2 adapter - No programmable shortcut keys
Summary: It's a decent keyboard for the price. There's nothing special on it, but it gets the job done pretty well. As mentioned, the only problem I would say is that it is kinda loud, but it's not annoying. So unless you need a keyboard with more buttons, etc. this is a very good choice in my opinion.
Pros: This keyboard, I'm assuming, was created for regular or basic use. This keyboard does that very well. It serves your basic needs, such as typing (obviously). The keys haven't stuck yet, and it works flawlessly. The keys also feel good to type on, especially at this price. The accuracy of keys bei...
Cons: Feels kinda cheap and/or light, but it's not flimsy. I wouldn't say that this is a problem, because it doesn't affect the experience when using the product. Although it is quite loud when typing like a regular person would. If you're around people who might be disturbed by the constant taps of ke...
Summary: I find that the key spacing is a bit too far for my tastes. However, I am used to typing on more slim and compact keyboards, so this is more of a personal problem, rather than an actual fault with the keyboard.
Pros: Overall great keyboard, at a fairly cheap price. If you are looking for a cheap keyboard, that is still very reliable, and great for gaming, I'd definitely recommend the K120.