After having an unfortunate accident with spilling a drink on my keyboard and frying it, I ran out to Best Buy to buy a new keyboard. After spending a while looking at the selection. I settled on the Dynex Multimedia Keyboard.
It was 20 or 30 bucks cheaper than most of the other keyboards there, and it seemed to have a lot of features. It also came with a matching optical mouse which was pretty neat. About 30 minutes after I arrived home, I was sure that I made the right choice.
The keyboard could be plugged into either the standard keyboard port or into a USB port and the setup and driver installation was suprisingly simple. The keyboard has a nice, sleek and black design and includes a removable wrist support as well as tabs on the bottom to adjust the height.
Along with the standard keyboard keys, the Dynex Multimedia keyboard also features a variety of "multimedia keys" that allow you to adjust volume, play/pause/etc. music, toggle between windows, and immediately access Internet Explorer and email. There are many other "multimedia keys", totaling to 19.
Overall, the keyboard is designed and constructed very well with user convenience in mind. Also, for only $20 dollars or so, it simply can't be beat.