[citation][nom]Hellbound[/nom]I'm a gamer, but also an accountant. A number pad is a requirement in my keyboards..[/citation]then this is not the keyboard for you. There are many many other choices for you. This is a specialty board not for accountants.
Not one "better" keyboard named by the comments so far does half of what this on does. Yes, a car makes a lousy horse because it can't find its own way home, but I don't see a lot of horses on my way into work.
[citation][nom]TheBigTroll[/nom]if a keyboard is 200 dollars, it better be mechanical and be bulletproof in terms of quality[/citation]
a 200$ + keyboard...
must be mechanical
must have at least 21 programable keys (its 200$, even hq mechanical keyboards max out around 160$)
must have full keyboard touch screen
touch screen must be programmable, (as in this area here, does this combination, would do wonders for things like photoshop, or a 3d program)
must have full 10 finger multi touch.
must be able to last 5 years, or have a warranty that covers 5 years
if no warranty must have easily replaceable parts. (mechanical keyboards any switch is easily home replaced with little soldering, for less than 2$ per switch)
really thats the only way you could get me to pay more than 50$ for a keyboard. and my requirements for a 200$+