Summary: Do NOT buy any razor keyboards if they are under 80$ they are defective 90% of the time I barely had this keyboard or 15 minutes and it worked at first and then it shutoff and dint work at all
Cons: The keyboard is like any gaming computer, i spent too much money on this useless product. The software blue screened 3 of my best computers. Don't waste your money with this piece of c@#* just buy a Corsair or Azza keyboard hopefully, this review saved you guys a lot of wasted money.
Summary: This product is the equivalent of garbage. A $10 kayboard from target has proven more durable. Within the first 10 minutes of using this product I had two keys break and get stuck in a locked-down position. Terrible craftsmanship, I will never buy another Razer product. Buyers beware..
Summary: I love my Razer Naga, but I fear that if something foes wrong with that, I will get the same terrible support from Razer. I may go back to spending money on the Logitech gaming keyboards which actually let me press three keys at once.
Pros: *Cheap *Short keystrokes make typing easy
Cons: *The light for the "locks" (num, scroll, caps), is horribly bright *The anti-ghosting is terrible. I am told by Razer support that you can press up to six of the anti-ghosting keys. The stipulation being that you can not press any other keys with that. For example, I can be strafing diagonally (h...
Summary: Seriously guys... take it from me and save your money. Either get a Microsoft 200 for $10 or save up for a Leopold or Filco mechanical keyboard. Mostly all Razer gear is absolutely junk and over priced.
Pros: I'm not whining about a bad keyboard or anything, but to me, there are literally NO pros to this keyboard what so ever.
Cons: This keyboard cost me $44.99 USD as of March 2012. It's unbearable to type on (I'm typing this review on a different keyboard it sucks so much). It's NO WHERE near worth even $30. This should be marked at the same price of a Microsoft 200 keyboard which is $10 as they feel exactly the same. But o...
Summary: This keyboard is a poor product trying to compete in a premium gaming market. Do not be fooled by the looks of the keyboard - it's not worth it!
Pros: It looks good.
Cons: This keyboard is definitely not worth its price tag. A little after a year, the internal keyboard processor failed and started giving me random "dead key" response. However, after every reboot, it was another set of three to five keys that did not work. A firmware flash and driver refresh did not...
Summary: I was really surprised when my son opened this on Christmas morning to find that the letters are printed in black on a black keyboard. The entire keyboard appears blank. Someone messed up. We are trying to return this now.
Summary: It would have had solid 4 eggs from me if it didn't break, but if a 'high' quality razer keyboard can't out live a cheapest of the dell keyboards that has been working flawlessly for me the past 8 YEARS!!! I can't even put it into words just how appalled I am... going to try to RMA.
Pros: clean and tight design, seemed sturdy, very quick reaction time on the keys, large, flat, short travel keys. quite a lovely keyboard, while it worked.
Cons: Simplistic, the media keys are rubbish, the caps lock and other lights are way too bright. also it broke after 7 weeks of use, just died one day for no reason.