Some collection of keyboard without numeric keypad.
Notice, the key labels are printed in front of the keys. Nice touch! This way, the key labels won't wear away.
This “linear action” means the keys are suitable for gaming. That is, no “click”, so you can press fire button rapidly. It uses Cherry MX Black key switches. 〔☛ Guide to Computer Keyboard Key Switch Mechanisms〕
This keyboard also features true N-key rollover. (meaning, you can press many keys simultaneously and it'll work correctly.) (See: Keyboard Ghosting ＆ N-key Rollover: How Many Keys Your Keyboard Can Take?)
The company Filco is known among keyboard enthusiasts for its high quality keyboards.
For me, i must have split ergonomic keyboards. But if you don't mind straight keyboard, i highly recommend Filco.
Filco make several models, with different touch sensation and colors.
〔☛ Guide to Computer Keyboard Key Switch Mechanisms〕
This is made by the company Cooler Master, a reputable company, known in gaming communities.
One bad point about this one is that it has a FN key, instead of a normal ▤ Menu key. The problem with this is that you won't be able to customize that key, because FN key is usually hard-wired and your OS won't see it. See: Computer Keyboard: Increase Productivity Using Function Keys.
A cheap rubber-dome keyboard. If you don't really care that much about keyboard, and all you wanted is a keyboard without that number pad, this is the one to get.
Here's some others. Some of these do not have function keys. Some are laptop-style shallow flat keys, some a bulky gaming keyboard with detachable numpad. If you are a programer, i do not recommend keyboard without dedicated function keys.