Pros: I really like this keyboard because it's simple and highly effective when typing. I knew there weren't any reviews for this when I bought it, but this turned out to be a very awesome keyboard. It's a little "clickety" and is great for those who like that particular sound from the keyboard.
Cons: Some may not like the slight clickety feeling from the keyboard, but it's an efficacious plug and play keyboard.
Overall Review: Just buy it!
Pros: I like a keyboard that give a response when I press keys. Over the decades I have had, only the Lord knows, how many keyboards.
30 years ago or more I liked the IBM steel keyboards that you could both feel when a key was hit, and a hear sound, letting you know that you did not miss a key.
Personally, I prefer a little indication of when a key is pressed far enough. I use a light touch when typing, so, a little sound is reassuring.
Cons: A little expensive for a basic keyboard, however, it lasts much longer than a pizza for the same price ...
Rubber pads on the bottom are a little small, however, they seem to do the job if kept clean and only a light force used while typing.
Yes, the keys are only somewhat mushy, however, the slight sound they make, makes up for it - letting me know I am ready for the next letter.
Overall Review: Pay attention to how long you need the cord and you will be fine.
I am an old man now and no longer type thousands of pages, so, I game and for that, this is a fine keyboard.
I use this along with a Logitech G400 mouse [replacing my worn out Mx 518 a couple of years ago]. And, I can still hold my own against young players, even though I am now old and on a lot of medication.
As far as the noise of the keyboard while gaming, I can't hear them. Because my wife sleeps in the room next to mine, I wear a Turtle Beach Earforce X12 headset connected to a Creative Sound Blaster Z. With that I cannot hear the key strokes.
So, no worries for gamers.
This keyboard is very good for the price of a pizza.
Good for under-desk keyboard trays since it's so low
SHORT USB CABLE. The USB cable for the keyboard is about a meter long. Make sure that doesn't catch you by surprise.
Overall Review: NewEgg Will-Call service is simple and convenient.
Pros: I burn through keyboards within a year, so I generally don't look for expensive ones that will just waste my money, I go for quality inexpensive standards. This is the top of that line. $10-15 virtually anywhere you shop for this thing, and you'll find nothing but a quality Logitech standard peripheral. 101 keys, all responsive, well spaced, and no one has tampered with the layout. Everything is roughly where you'd expect it and after days of typing on this thing I have not the slightest cramp, nor do I have any issue finding my keys or shortcuts. The paint on the keys is sharp and looks like it might not wear off as quickly as I have had in the past.
Cons: None, it's exactly what you expect to get for what you pay for it: a good, working, solid, standard 101-key keyboard.
Pros: Basic keyboard. Meh.
Cons: Doesn't talk so I'm quite lonely.
Pros: excellent tactile feel and response in this Logitech K120 USB wired keyboard
Cons: none to mention
Overall Review: we all (in IT Land) spend a lot of time on and with a keyboard - this one has garnered compliments from a lot of staff since we began to use them.
i'm very happy.
btw this came in a set along with a wired USB mouse that seems to get it done. the mouse is just a bit on the small size for a guy but the ladies seem to 'heart' it.
Pros: +Bold white letters that you can see in low light settings
+regular sized enter key and backspace key. A lot of keyboards under $15 seem to have the l shaped enter key with tiny backspace key or small left shift key.
+curved space bar. I was looking for a keyboard under $15 that had a curve/fat style of space bar, but not extra large like the dell keyboards.
+Good tactile feedback when typing or gaming.
Cons: The little rubber feet on the back look like they might come off over heavy use.
Overall Review: Looked at the competitors rosewill, apex for a keyboard under $15 and this had a better design and more for your buck with the logitech name.
Pros: Good size, all keys have held up thus far, good design. No extra useless buttons. Affordable.
Cons: They claim it types quiet. No. It goes CLAKITY CLAK CLAK but personally I like hearing myself hammer away on keyboards so no loss of egg.
Overall Review: There's no reason to buy expensive keyboards for a bunch of features that may or may not make a difference. I had long hair which I'm sure has fallen all over and in this thing, and I've had no problems with keys or functionality.