This keyboard is being dubbed as a "kids keyboard", but I beg to differ. As an avid Fisher-Price user, I personally enjoy the fun and exciting colors found on this keyboard. Each set of keys is labeled with a different (and bright) color to seperate things like letters, numbers, and functions. The keys also have Japanese characters underneath them so if you need to kick it as a non-US keyboard, it's very possible. It connects via USB or PS/2 (with adaptor) and retails for 4,980 YEN or about $43 USD.
A keyboard for the kids [Akihabara]