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Pros: Smooth actuating key presses that have great tactile feedback and a satisfying audible indication. The click sound seems to match very closely with the key press event, unlike the blues where the key event is past the click (on my Tesoro at least).. I use this keyboard for code development and I must say it is like love for your fingers and it is a real joy to work on this keyboard.
Cons: As far as keyboarding goes I have no cons. I would really like to have a few usb ports for my wireless mouse and memory sticks. That would make this an exceptional human interface device in my opinion.
Other Thoughts: This is a solid keyboard that is great for the heavy typist. If you like to pound away at your keyboard and love the sound of machine gun fire in the morning, this is the keyboard for you.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a very well designed standard(ish) keyboard that has a nice compliment of features. It has two low power usb ports that work great to access flash drives and connect my wireless mouse. It also has an audio passthrough but I haven't tried that yet and dimmable individual key backlighting. The available keys include multimedia control and macro recording (also not tried).
Cons: I have only a couple of minor nitpicks against this keyboard. The shift keys occasionally fail to actuate when pressed on the extreme upper left or right of the key. The usb cable is quite stiff, although that may be a good things for others. The upper case key markings are beside and not above the main key markings, which are also on the upper portion of the key to take advantage of the backlight. I am taking one egg off for the shift key problem.
Other Thoughts: All in all I would buy this keyboard again. I have added translucent o-rings to the keycaps and this seems to help with the shift key misses and quiet the bottom out ringing of the mechanical key switches. If it was available I would prefer green cherry switches as that would make this a perfect feeling keyboard ,IMHO.READ FULL REVIEW