Summary: TLDR: None of the keys give a very good response so my fingers largely feel blind compared to a normal or mechanical keyboard. This is actually a pretty big problem for the thumb modifiers as you hit them with the side of your thumb, so unless you put a very very large amount of time memorizing the...
Pros: This keyboard is pretty good for gaming and has an aesthetically good appeal. Software is good. The additional macros are nice and every key is re-programmable.
Cons: Lighting could be a lot better. The keys aren't too responsive...especially the E key which sucks. Typing essays and papers with this thing sucks a lot because of the E key. It's not very practical for much of anything outside of gaming.
Summary: I wish I bought the Corsair K70; it's perfect.
Pros: *RGB backlit, allows you to customize colors to your liking *Buttons are sturdy and well placed *Doesn't feel cheap
Cons: *I don't like the fact that the media buttons are not separate, there are cheaper keyboards that have the media buttons separate. *The backlights aren't the best, I can't replicate the blue lighting on the Deathadder mouse.
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.
Pros: Cool looking keyboard, and great while it worked like it was supposed to. I didn't buy this off Newegg and forgot to read reviews.
Cons: After about a month of minecraft, bf3, etc, the left shift key began to stick. I realized that if I push down in a specific area, it works slightly better. If I can, I'm going to see if I can return the keyboard. If the key failure can get fixed, i'll say this is a decent product.
Pros: smooth look, multiple back light options, better than a basic key board, razer software works nice and feel legit.
Cons: some keys didnt work regularly, matte finish looks nice till you type on it for a few hours, then keys look dirty and greasy (despite the fact my hands are clean all in all). key action is weak and probably relates directly to the malfunctioning keys, back lighting is VERY dim, the extra keys bel...
Summary: I ordered this product a month ago and have decided to return it due to it's lack of good construction. The aesthetics are amazing, along with the extra buttons and 16-million color backlights, but the performance does not match up with those qualities.
Summary: If you want a bright, back lite, programmable keyboard I would go with the blackwidow. It's a little more in price but the features and stability of it make it a much better choice.
Pros: It's a decent keyboard. The key pushes are very quite.(which is nice if you have a room mate or something) It's programmable "m" buttons and the thumb buttons under the space bar are a nice touch. Where this really shines is in the programmable back lighting. You can choose any color you want!
Cons: This keyboard is not without it's faults though. I bought it mainly for the plethora of back light colors, however upon plugging it in I was disappointed at how dim the back lighting is on this keyboard. Even on the highest setting I had to squint to see light coming from the keys. -1 egg. Also, ...
Summary: Personally I don't like this keyboard very much. The keys stick too much to be able to type as quickly or proficiently as I'd like. For coding or typing a lot I would recommend the Blackwidow over this a thousand times.