Our keyboards and keycap sets are divided between two distinctive layout standards; ANSI and ISO. While they are very similar and share most of the same key sizes and locations, there are a few key differences.
The main difference you want to look for is the size and shape of the "Enter" key as well as the size and shape of the "Left Shift" key. The differences are highlighted in red in the images below.
ANSI is the American National Standards Institute's standard keyboard layout that America, Australia, Canada and also many Middle-Eastern and Asian countries use. The ANSI standard will be the 104-Key, 87-Key and 61-Key layouts we have available. If you are in America or North America most likely this is the layout you want.
ISO is the International Organization for Standardization's standard layout that most European countries and South America use as their keyboard standard. European countries such as UK, Spain, Netherlands, France, Sweden and more. The ISO standard will be the 105-Key, 88-Key and 62-Key layouts we have available. If you are in Europe or South America most likely this is the layout you want.