Summary: This keyboard is very good for a normal use in gaming and everyday use. However, the black version is not back-lit, so you literally cannot see the key letters. Imagine a completely black keyboard with nothing written on it, that is what it will look like in a dim area.
Very Good Keyboard But Black on Black Doesn't Really Work
2 December 2014
Summary: I expected the keys to be a bit more visible but I don't know what I expected in ordering a black keyboard with black keyprint. That's on me. I said, "hey, I'll buy this and it'll help my typing since I won't be able to rely on peeking so often.
Summary: I though the keyboard came with LED's. It is more money than most of the keyboards I have had but it is worth it. Honestly it is a bit cheap for the price it is.
Pros: It is a nice keyboard overall. It is about as close to a mechanical keyboard because it is sturdy and lasts a while. The keys are pretty flat and push easily. You get used to typing on it in a week or two of using it. A good keyboard for gaming, definitely worth $45. I eat near my keyboard a lot ...
Summary: Over the past year this keyboard has given more issues than I care for. Over time, several keys stop working. The keyboard itself feels of cheap quality. I was expecting more from the Razer name, especially for what I bought it for.
Summary: Good, cheap keyboard from a great company. Did everything I wanted it to do, but it was time for an upgrade. You get what you pay for with this.
Pros: Razer Synapse 2.0 allows you to basically make any key on this thing do whatever you want it to do. The keyboard is very responsive until the keys start to get hard to press down 10 months later(see cons)
Cons: Cant get the Media buttons to work with VLC and the keys (after 10 months) start getting hard to press down. It's not a fluid typing experience like it was when I first got it. Upgraded to the DeathStalker and I am so glad I did.