If your keyboard is in need of a makeover or that is, needs to be replaced, one option is to purchase the Logitech Wave Keyboard.
The Logitech Wave Keyboard’s design veers slightly from a generic keyboard with its stretched U shaped typing area and differently elevated keys. This is where the term “wave” comes into play: Keys on the left and right of the main typing area are lower than the keys in the middle (G and H for instance), forming a wave like design. In theory the wave design is supposed to help with natural typing formation as the different depths of the keys should reflect the different lengths of your fingers.
Aside from its design, the Wave keyboard has multimedia and Windows-centric buttons to the top and left of the main typing area and it even includes ten programmable F-keys using an FN button common in laptops. The software bundled is quick and easy to install as well. Installing the bundled software will allow using the Windows-centric button and programmable keys. In Windows Vista the first thing noticed was the flip screen button and is the main reason I have now made it my main keyboard.
The Wave keyboard from Logitech will set you back $49.99 and is incredibly cheaper than some of their less functional high-end keyboards. This keyboard is a great buy and recommended but Villain Tech.