Summary: crap crap, crap and crap. Ifirst bought this keybard a few years ago. It worked great, and lasted about a year, which I consider a decent run, given the punishment I give my peripherals. I replaced i with the same keyboard -- THREE TIMES, and the three replacements have been - crap. As other people stated, keys are dropped randomly (errors not fixed in order to illustrate). Even when I bang harder than hell - the keys won't work until pressed three or four times.
Summary: Love my keyboard! Perfect for gaming! People can be picky about their gaming gadgets. This keyboard features LED lighting and extra keybinds, what more could you want? People have also complained before about the razer device software, I haven't had any problems whatsoever. I have Windows 8 64 bit. I've had this keyboard for a while now, it is quite durable. I've read in some of these reviews some people say keys have popped off or have gotten stuck.
Summary: I got a refurbished unit, and I haven't had that many issues with it. The ones I have had are due to Razer's Synapse software and not the keyboard itself, honestly; I wish they would go back to the Configurator and local profile storage and leave this cloud nonsense alone. The macro keys are extremely handy, as are the ones below the spacebar. I've got a series of profiles set up and linked to my programs (Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere, etc.
Want to be OP on Online game? This is they key to be OP
A. Lans "c",)", Amazon
20 August 2014
Summary: Best Keyboard you can buy, it is expensive but software works, no crashing especially when gaming, pressing feedback is amazing, macro on all keys even letters, numbers, I mean all, and the space key has 7 buttons under it and can do any macro too helps a lot in the game to be OP. Amazing backlight with 3 brightness and 1 off. M1-M5 keys for your quick changing of profiles.
Summary: This keyboard was great until the Razer 2.0 update, after this update the keyboard would skip letters, I put the keyboard on a system that did not have the Razer software installed and it worked without issue, but as soon as I move it to a system that has the software installed and all my macro's set, it ceased to function properly. I cannot recommend this product.
Summary: I bought this keyboard because of the color cycling lights (which are amazing!) and the extra keys are really nice. I only had 2 problems: 1) When I first got the keyboard, the keys seemed very hard to press. This has gotten better the longer I have the keyboard 2) The keys do not like to be pressed twice in a row quickly.
Summary: Ok so I'm going to list out the pro's and con's. Pros: -Love the plastic they use. Doesn't feel too cheap. Quality Plastic. -The white lettering is much better than the Lycosa. -Very nice that I can customize the backlight color. Cons: - The keys are narrower than a standard keyboard. This I can deal with if I was just typing. But gaming? I keep hitting the wrong keys or my hands line up on Q,caps-lock,A,S instead of W,A,S,D.
Summary: The only reason I give this 4 rather than 5 is because the Razer Synapse software isn't all that intuitive and has to be open for me to fully make use of my keybindings. BUT I love typing on this thing, love love love it. I loathe mechanical keyboards, they feel gross to me rather than satisfying. No less if I'm skyping you and all I can hear is your frenzied keystrokes and not what whats going down on your end I'm not happy. Very sensitive for a membrane.