I'll start by saying that I am a full time Linux user. I got rid of last windows about a year ago and I am very happy about that. What I enjoy about Linux most is it's very powerful command line interface. And I've got very nice experience so far with ThinkPads because of their keyboards which hands down are the best laptop keyboards I had honor to use. That said, I would like to get a nice keyboard for my desktop PC as well. But it's rare to find a real quality keyboard in Lithuania, as mostly cheap junk is imported in here. So most likely ebay is one of the best places to look for it. However, in order to look for something, it is good to know what are you looking for. Here you come in
I would like if you could share models of the best desktop keyboards you have used over the years. Or recommend a keyboard for me.
My vision of "ideal" keyboard:
* Standard (do not want any kind of weird ergonomic designs), QWERTY, UK variant (absolutely love big enter key), black keyboard.
* Keyboard without windows key would be awesome, keyboard with Linux penguin logo would be nice too (but this probably means new keyboard, so not really necessary).
* Wired (not wireless), PS/2 or USB plug.
* I prefer Sturdy massive keyboards over ultra slim ones, and if decently build, everything in between is OK too.
* Affordable price tag: up to 40$ or 26£ or 100LT I think is a decent price for some plain quality used keyboard.
* Preferred brands would be IBM or Cherry, but I am open for any others, except Microsoft (I would feel bad if i had to see this word everyday on my keyboard)