I am typing by this keyboard, is a good enough one for me.
I liked it enough that I bought two of them.Unlike cheaper brands of keyboards where they vary from one to the next, every one of these is going to be very similar in feel.
The keyboard on my work-issued Dell laptop is the latest-and-greatest island style short-travel board that just makes me want to throw it across the room.I can easily keep 90 wpm on these without breaking a sweat.The familiar shape of the Lenovo enter key (and the fact that it's blue) feel like home.There are no special features.
What I like most about this keyboard is that with my long fingernails i could still easily type with this one without hitting two keys at a time.
I have used this style keyboard at work for many years and got so used to it that it is the only keyboard i can use--the new ones nowadays are way to small for me to use.
This is a well-made keyboard--I'm not disputing that.
The description clearly stated the keyboard would come with a detachable wrist rest, and it doesn't.
This is very annoying, and I don't see how this keyboard is any better than others at a cheaper price without the wrist rest.
But it's pointless when incapable of typing due to the lack of an entire row of keys not functioning.In all my years with Amazon, this is the first time I have been told to throw a product in the garbage rather than 'return' or 'donate'.Search for a different keyboard as I am doing.
I will buy it again.However, I want to point out that that platform at the bottom of the keyboard, below the spacebar and other keys that measures about 1.25", does not detach.