Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Reclusa Gaming Keyboard
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Bunny Lady, Amazon
29 March 2013
Summary: This is an awesome key board and works as great as it looks. I love it and have owned this keyboard for over 3 years. I have never had a problem with it. If I ever find mine broken I would buy another one of these. There great and look good too.
Summary: There was a household accident that destroyed the keyboard, it got a cup of water thrown on it. It partly worked, but many keys quit working. I searched to find my beloved keyboard and found it cheapest here at Amazon. It brought me great joy to find it here. The keys have a blue adjustable backlight, perfect for low light and late night useage. The keys are printed such that the light reflects the keys very well.
Summary: The keyboard feels good, the macro buttons have a good click and responsiveness, and the knobs turn well. However hardware-wise, the backlight can't be turned off without opening the board up and soldering a switch in. Usually both Razer and Microsoft keyboards are more thought out than that but this is a huge oversight. It's not too bright but doesn't light the keys up which would make it just that much better.
Summary: The lighting is dim - and you can't turn it up. The software included is the most confusing, least user-friendly of its type I have ever seen: mind you, I am comparing to the Logitech keyboard software, which is really quite good. The keys are mushy. There's no mute buton (why???). The wrist pad has a goofy attachement setup to the keyboard - within 2 minutes of having it out of the box I broke the positioning tabs (many others have had this same problem) - otherwise I...
If your a casual gamer and like the blue LED then this is for you.
1 October 2011
Summary: Not a hard core PC gamer then this keyboard is for you. Has great blue LEDs, which makes it easy to do what you do in the dark. Not too many buttons, which in all honesty who really uses all that anyways. The dials are great and useful. Easy to set up macro keys, if you use that kind of thing. And the price is right. Basicall overall its a great keyboard, if you dont spend most of your days living in an online fantasy world...
Summary: drivers sucked, and the jog dials stopped working after a while, but i've had this keyboard more than a year and it feels great to type on. for a rubber dome keyboard, and only 40 bucks, it's a pretty good deal. I'm actually typing on it right now.