I've already bought and received this keyboard for my 11 & 12 yr old daughters (primarily for the backlighting) who are lightweight gamers. A pretty standard gaming class keyboard (I think it's well overpriced at the MSRP of $80). It comes with nothing but the keyboard (no driver CD, very basic quick set up guide pointing you to the driver download) which detects just fine as a standard USB keyboard. The backlighting, volume & gaming button (turns off Windows key functions) all work without installing drivers.
A good value for a name brand gaming keyboard at just over $30.
Looks like there are a few Prime eligible 3rd party Amazon sellers (mine came from DependableResource; looked NIB) offering it for a similar price.