Guess it depends on what you call fully functioned. Some keyboards are optimized for gaming, others media, etc. Personally, I'm of the mindset that I need a comfortable yet functional keyboard. I've been using a Logitech Wave for a few years now and I've loved it, isn't so ergonomic that it's like learning a foreign language to try and type on it, yet enough so it's much more comfortable to type.
Newegg.com - Logitech MK550 Black USB RF Wireless Ergonomic Wave Combo
Has the really awesome unifying wireless technology so you just need one plug and no wires, battery life is fantastic (I don't think I've changed my keyboard batteries the entire time I've owned it...if I have it's been only once) and it has it's own software to customize things, Logitech SetPoint. The wrist-rest is really nice feeling too, and typing still feels really natural. I used to get wrist pains/cramps from typing on regular keyboard every now and then (have iffy wrists due to playing loads of guitar too, haha), but I haven't on this thing.
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