So, how does the Logisys KB206BK Ultra Slim Soft Touch Multimedia/Internet keyboard feel? I like it, though it feels totally different from any keyboard I have used, as the key travel distance is very short. My last keyboard didn't have a wrist rest, and though the rest itself is ok, it will take me a while to get used to the keys being a few inches from the bottom of the board. I don't foresee getting accustomed to this keyboard taking more than a day or two, with the exception of the Enter key. It definitely meets my needs.
This is a very rugged-feeling keyboard, heavy and seemingly well made. All of the special keys work great. You may not use all of them, especially if you don't use Internet Explorer or Outlook Express. The seven foot cord is especially nice,
Of note is the larger keys and key graphics. Besides being a nice inexpensive keyboard for yourself, it might be an especially nice gift for a parent or grandparent, who might have trouble finding smaller keys, or seeing small key graphics. I found no faults with the keyboard.
The Logisys KB206BK Ultra Slim Soft Touch Multimedia/Internet keyboard retails for $24.99 at Crazy PC. That's not a bad price to replace that crumb-filled worn-out keyboard you are using and might make a nice stocking stuffer for someone.
Rugged feeling/seemingly well made
Larger keys, large graphics
Seven foot cord
Useful multimedia and internet keys
None that I could see
And the Logisys KB206BK Ultra Slim Soft Touch Multimedia/Internet keyboard earns the OCIA.net Seal of Approval.