Summary: I get this mechanical keyboard first of the kind that i got, it is really sick, i'm building my first build and i'm pointing at fps kind of rig. This keyboard is perfect for the genre. typing is really easy, really precise and almost too sensitive at that time but i guess i have to get used to with time. Can,T wait to play bf4 with it.
Pros: Nice looking, great feel of the keys, FAST!!
This Keyboard Makes Gaming and Typing Utterly Devine
Michael A. Foley "coaster mike", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: What can I say? This is the best keyboard I've ever used. I own the black version of this keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches (light and linear). I've used a friend's mechanical keyboard on many occasions and I was never a fan of the construction of the board itself. Corsair didn't cut any corners on this one. The main body is cut from a piece of extruded aluminum with a shallow fold in the center that houses the key switches.
Summary: I got it for only 100$ which is less than the cost price of CC where I work at and I'd rather encourage NCIX. At this price it's a real steal. I had for Corsair K90 for a few years, best keyboard ever but I hated that not all keys were mechanical and that it took so much space because of the useless macro keys. This one is just perfect and surprisingly the red light is very bright as we do have one in demo at work but it seemed a little dim.
Pros: - Cherry MX Red, - Aluminium Frame, - Media keys with wheel volume!, - USB Passthrough, - Huge braided cord, - Very bright backlight!, - Customizable light, - WSAD gaming keys for extra grip
Cons: - None? Which that USB passthrough was 3.0, - The manual is quite lame, better check the FAQ at the official forum for info on advanced features.
Summary: I'm absolutely in love. The key travel and actuation pressure are perfect if you are used to light keys. The aluminum construction feels super solid, and the raised keycaps makes it super easy to clean. USB ports are useful, i just really wish they had also included an audio passthrough. I never use the backlight, but there are multiple settings on the brightness, which is pretty good.
Summary: I always had my eye on this keyboard because of the material it is made of, and the color scheme. This keyboard did not disappoint me. Being able to choose what keys you want to light up on the fly is a amazing feature. ( One thing they should have done to make the keyboard even better, is to have to media keys light up with the rest of the keyboard) The volume rocker is a nice addition along with the very thick braided cable.
Summary: I love this keyboard. It's super responsive and "feels" right. The textured WASD keys are great for FPS games, but if you're a hunt-and-peck kind of typist like me, you'll want to leave off the textured 1 through 6 keys. They don't contain the SHIFT symbols, so I couldn't find the percent and dollar signs. Not being used to a mechanical keyboard, I thought the keys were a little too sensitive. Like they were on a hair trigger or something.
Summary: Honestly this is the best keyboard I've ever had by a long shot, I don't know what more to say. The gunmetal finish is beautiful, the brown switches are very pleasant to use, the lighting is beautiful and customizable, the sound control works well. In my opinion, there isn't much that they could improve on this. Cheers.
Pros: -Looks good, -Great keys,, -Lighting looks great if you use it
Summary: I originally bought this for work as I type all day and am very hard on keyboards. That being said gaming keyboards make great work keyboards for long term typing as they are made to be more comfortable for long gaming sessions. Key travel distance - Very long Key response of total distance - 30% of total keystroke before a key is registered. Build quality - Keyboard very good, wrist rest 6/10...