Summary: I had a Dynex keyboard for over 3 years & was not meant to be used for gaming. Sadly this keyboard is not mechanical but is still good for gaming. I got it on sale for $39.99 & I would not pay more then that.
Summary: I like the keyboard, it works as I expected. But after a 2 years of use I'm not sure it will end up holding up as long as my keyboards usually do.
Pros: Its a functional keyboard. Good action, comfortable to use.
Cons: It's honestly a bit fragile when it come right down to it. I popped some keys off to do a bit of cleaning, and the center post on one split in half. Goodbye P key. Several of the other keys have sustained weird, very visible scratches from I don't know what.
Summary: 3/5. The keyboard isn't terrible and the back lighting is a huge plus(the sole reason i bought it) The back lighting, combined with the cheep price gets it 3 stars. Honestly wish I would have waited a week longer and got my paycheck so i could have got a nicer one tho.
Summary: Right now without thinking too much about it, reach for the escape key on your current keyboard, I'll wait...Did you find it by feeling for the left edge of your keyboard, then hitting the first button that you felt?
Summary: I had an old Logitech backlit keyboard for years and loved it. When it died, I wanted another another. I like you have 2 brightness settings as well as off for the back lights. The keyboard is okay, but I don't like the gray keys for the s-w-d-a.
Summary: Nice keyboard,but! Be prepared for some keys being more dim than others (30-40% dimmer) Also if your looking for an overall bright display, this is not it. Yes it has 2 levels of brightness, but the highest is not good enough. Keys work good but there is little tactile feedback.
Summary: The board itself is a good idea, but the buttons are way too tall, you have to press down too hard, the media keys kinda suck, hate having to press the Fn button everytime. Wish I could return it, but I've had it too long already.. oh well.
Summary: Build quality seems ok. Works with the software with my G930 headset. Good key;board except for one major flaw. The key labels. The backlight is very dim and lame. The writing/labels is ridiculously small Pathetic labels. I will have to get used to it I guess, because I like it otherwise.
Summary: I'm used to a very standard key layout, so the shift of keys to the right has been very difficult to get used to on this keyboard. I seem to be frequently hitting the function keys instead of Tab, Esc, and CTRL. The backlight could be even brighter and/or a different color.