Summary: Pro: - Great wrist support - Includes smooth volume scroll - Extra convenient USB 3 slot (extension) Con: - Repeated keys upon one press - Poor customer service (requires customer to pay for return shipping for faulty known problem within warranty period)
Summary: Almost perfect. Works really well, love the volume control as most other mechanical keyboards don't have it. The only problem I have is that the "wrist rest" is terrible. Not soft and doesn't even really fit a wrist. I use mine just to keep track of the keys I switched out for the red colored ones.
Summary: Very nice keyboard, it would be better if it had lights, so I could play in the dark. the good thing about this keyboard is that its nopt loud compared to the razer ones. and the red button adds a cool feature to the keyboard as well.
Summary: Pros: Durable quality feel Media key is nice Volume control is nice Keys do not fade, not sure what other reviewer has going on. I've had the keyboard for 6 plus months and use it all the time and the keys are clear as day. Cons. Sharp edges.
Summary: This is an excellent keyboard. I've been using it for about a month now. This is purely my opinion, but I really like the left wrist pad. It's firm, but I like the firmness more than a squishy pad. You can also use it to store the key remover and extra keys that come with the keyboard.
Summary: Great product. I've had this for 7 months now, and no big complaints. I won't go into details, but will highlight features I personally like. PROS -Aluminum top feel and looks AMAZING -Laser engraved keys are an underrated feature. No more fading keys. -easy cleaning, keys can pop off easy.
Summary: I had been searching for my new keyboard for awhile. I am a computer engineer and use my computer for everything from programming to typing reviews like this to gaming. I wanted a simple keyboard that wasn't over the top with bells and whistles.
Summary: I was looking for a new keyboard as my old one got damaged and why not buy a mechanical keyboard? I bought this keyboard thinking that I would be able to type faster and hit keys faster in games.
My first mechanical keyboard - review from a typist and gamer.
26 January 2012
Summary: Yes, this keyboard is not fully mechanical. Who cares? If you are considering this keyboard, ask yourself how often you use the F keys or whether pressing delete interrupts your typing flow. If you answer "Hardly never" and "it doesn't" read on.