The Microsoft Internet Keyboard is relatively unembellished compared with fancier, more expensive models. Many would say that's a good thing, though, because it means that there are less buttons to ignore. I would never use the Internet keys even if they did work without the software (they don't) but some people do find them useful. There are no Apple keys or Apple-equivalent markings on the keyboard, and the IntelliType software is not available for OS X or any operating system other than Windows.
The keys aren't perfect in terms of their resistance, but they're not as bad as the Natural Multimedia Keyboard. I can't figure out exactly why there is a noticeable difference, but I think it may have to do with the tilt of the Natural keyboard.
Can you believe how inexpensive the Internet Keyboard is, especially considering the quality of design? If you're still tapping away on some old, worn, crumb-infested piece of junk, but too cheap to buy a fancy ergonomic keyboard, treat yourself to a new Microsoft Internet Keyboard. Even if you don't use your computer often, a new keyboard still feels better than an old one.
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