Works as intended
Pros: It has all the keys it says it comes with, it's mechanical, and works with USB or PS/2, pretty nice for the price.
Cons: I would of found it nice to have a Windows key (for very specific usage), but this isn't really a con for most people (but do take note of lack of this key)
Other Thoughts: I bought this mainly to play a game called osu!, I wanted to try a mechanical keyboard, but afford spending $60+ for one at the time, so this was a very nice alternative. osu! only requires two buttons for Standard, and this has 22 :p
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Pros: Cherry blue switches.
Cons: Not programmable, but that's probably asking too much at this pricepoint.
Other Thoughts: I'm really stretching to find cons. This keypad is exactly what I wanted, at a reasonable price for a mechanical pad. A replaceable cord would be nice, but isn't a big deal to me.
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Pros: This Keypad does exactly as I expect it to, and to me was worth the price I paid. I read that the keys were mechanical and bought this with certain expectations (since I have a full mechanical keyboard at home), all of which were met. See Other thoughts for a rundown on these mechanical keys.
Cons: Expensive. I'm not knocking any points off because I knew it when I bought it, but seriously, this price plus shipping means I must have some kind of mental illness to have been willing to buy it, ha.
Other Thoughts: My profession is accounting, so I use number keys all the friggin time. For me, it's utterly worth spending the extra money to make my day-to-day life better.
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“This Keypad does exactly as I expect it to, and to me was worth the price I paid. I read that the keys were mechanical and ...”— 3/24/2011
“Cherry blue switches.”— 5/2/2012