Pros: -work ok for a membrane keyboard -lighting exist even if really not bright -gaming mode -6 macros with 3 different profiles -a bit of lag sometimes but almost not existant, which is actually pretty suprising for the price.
Cons: -stupidly loud for a membrane keyboard (its as loud as a cherry mx blue keyboard or something like that.) -not bright at all (you almost can't see the light, even at max setting) -red base, which doesn't match with the blue leds ( Ihave NO IDEA how they messed that up.) -not braided cable but at ...
Summary: I got this keyboard for christmas last year. It worked great at first. I loved the layout. But, a few months in and it kept randomly shutting off. Once it got over a year old, it quit working completely. Worst keyboard I've ever had.
Inexpensive non mechanical keyboard. Save your money and buy a good mechanical keyboard though.
Jon G., Amazon
22 January 2016
Summary: Works great for an inexpensive non mechanical keyboard. Gave this one away and switched to a much better Razer Blackwidow Chroma Mechanical keyboard and I'll never use anything but mechanical keyboards ever again.
Pros: Keys feel great, backlighting works, sturdy base. To top it all off I spilled a full glass of milk into the keys like a fool and it still works. Can't get the milk out from under some of the caps though. Anyway, would recommend to all the other fools out there.
Summary: I've seen several people comment that the keyboard is undersized or that the keys are not standard size, these people are delusional, the keys are the same size as any other keyboard and that is obvious if you put it next to a standard keyboard or measure them.
Pros: Very bright backlighting makes it easy to read even in well illuminated rooms. Compact, but full size keys, makes better use of desktop space. Easy to program and use. Very responsive, reads keystrokes quickly no dropped commands when pressing multiple keys in game.
Cons: The audio/video controls are displaced by one key to the right, not a big deal, but just odd.