Summary: I received the product on time, everything was in perfect condition. It was to give it to my son, and he was very helpful. I only had problems when installing so recognizing the USB port. Maybe I can not attribute to the product as guilt, but the computer where it was installed. Overall, I am pleased with the product.
Summary: It's a nice keyboard, and it was a VERY nice price when I got it! Don't think you can get a good keyboard for like $30. You can't. I got this for $50 (at about 50% off) and it's WELL WORTH THAT! It's actually worth I would say about $75, maybe a bit more but the full listed price did seem a touch much.
Summary: The keys are bigger than I am use to. I've been trying to find a good keyboard that I can do custom macros with, and this one might be it. I've tried the sidewinder x4, which sometimes would unload the macros as if the driver exited. I was using that before this one, and these keys are noticeably bigger, but I like the feel of them. I also tried the g510, and that was a disaster with the keyboard randomly adding an extra space now and then.
Very well built, extra keysets make for versatility.
C. Littlefield, Amazon
17 November 2010
Summary: First thing I experienced with this keyboard was feeling how heavy and sturdy it was- for us rigorous typers, it's a chore to have to move our keyboards back after our strokes push it away. The interchangeable keysets made this purchase very worthwhile for me(a Starcraft/WoW player). My only gripe is no back-lights on the keys, but hey- the soft glow of multiple monitors is all the light us gamers need, right?