The Keyboard is mostly great, except for the wrist rest
25 July 2013
Summary: Owned the model with Cherry Blue keys for 2 months now. The keyboard is a pleasure to use: the backlight is beautiful and customizable, the macros are mechanical and easily set up using the (windows only) software or on the fly recording. Although macros on the fly are limited to a default timing delay between keys instead of taking the same delay you hit them with. A word on the Cherry blues: I want to reiterate these keys are great for gaming and typing.
Summary: I gave the product 3/5 because I liked the MX Blue switches, the wrist wrest, and the LEDs, but there was one major problem that had me wanting my money back - The space bar and the back space key squeak sometimes when you release them! I know this problem can be fixed but I shouldn't have to fix it. I think I'm going to get a replacement or get my money back.
Summary: works fine out of the box with the exception of a sticky but still functional q key, Programming the Windows key to work consistently takes a while even for a tekkie CS major like me. and If you asked me how i did it i simply don't know. lighting works fine along with different modes and brightness. also the usb ports work great for a Logitech Unifying receiver. without added power.
Summary: What a frustrating keyboard. I would only recommend this to seasoned computer users who are used to troubleshooting computer problems. The Good: This keyboard has a lot of nice features, though some are poorly implemented. Two USB ports, a lighted keyboard, macros, very good key action, etc.