This page is a list of high-end keyboards without numeric keypad. They starts at $80 to $150. If you just want a cheap one for just $20 something, see: Keyboards Without Numeric Keypad, Under $30.
This is made by the company Cooler Master, a reputable company, known in gaming communities.
Notice, the key labels are printed in front of the keys. Nice touch! This way, the key labels won't wear away.
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?)
Filco make several models, with different key touch feel.
For detail, see: Guide to Computer Keyboard Key Switch Mechanisms.
Filco is the brand name of the Japanese company Diatec. It known among keyboard enthusiasts for its high quality keyboards.
Here's some other Filco keyboards:
Both the Cooler Master QuickFire and the Filco Tenkeyless has the FN 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. So, if you don't use multimedia keys, it means you have a dead horse squatting in your front yard.
ALPS Mechanical key switches, high quality keyboard, designed specifically for Mac. For detail, see: Keyboard: Matias Mini Tactile Pro Review.
Noppoo is a Chinese company. They have this model with switches.
It features full NKRO over USB, but only 6KRO for Mac. 〔☛ Keyboard Ghosting ＆ N-key Rollover: How Many Keys Your Keyboard Can Take?〕
Bad point: the right ⇧ Shift is tiny.
The keyboard includes 6 dip-switches at the back that lets you configure some keys.
Keyboards Without Numeric Keypad, Under $30
Here's some others. Some are laptop-style shallow flat keys. If you are a programer, i do not recommend keyboard without dedicated function keys. If you type a lot, i don't recommend laptop-style shallow keys. 〔☛ How Many Keystrokes Programers Type a Day?〕