Highly tactile, springy typing; tough construction, with mechanical switches; enhanced support for multi-key presses
The Adesso MKB135B comes with a USB 2.0 hub and ports for a 3.5mm headset.
Noisy; port labeling is subpar; media controls are via key combination
This gaming keyboard doesn't have the option to set custom macros.
By PC Advisor on October 18, 2011
The Adesso MKB-135B is a no-frills mechanical keyboard good for budget-minded folks who like Cherry MX Blue switches. The USB and audio pass-through ports are also a nice plus considering that several of the pricier models don't have them. But if...70
By Computer Shopper on July 01, 2010
This model's tactile feedback, onboard ports, and rugged design make for a highly satisfying "clicky" keyboard that actually justifies the premium price....80
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
Although this is a good keyboard, it lacks the features that make it gaming...50
By About.com on January 01, 2010
The Adesso MKB-135B Full Size Mechanical Keyboard is a tank of a keyboard. It’s heavy and loud and fantastic -- but only for certain types of users. This is not your librarian’s keyboard.At a GlanceThe Good: Strong tactile feedback, sturdy,...90