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.
Summary: I just received this keyboard. Well, little bit dissapointed, as I used to look at keyboard and to see at least smt, but here...well it's black - so black that you barely can see symbols even with light.
Summary: The board is very sleek, looks very nice. Keys feel just right, only problem I found was the keys were too dark. I sometimes have to look at the board to see where my fingers are placed and this board I could not see anything. Poor design on RAZERS part in my opinion.
Summary: If this keyboard had easier to press keys it would have been by far the best, most comfortable on the hands/wrist keyboard I ever owned. Is the Lycosa manufactured better in a way that it doesn't have this issue? I have never used one myself but friends who own them say they work just fine.
Pros: Very comfortable, aesthetically pleasing, palm rest + low keys were exactly what I was looking for as I need a keyboard I can use with a bad arm.
Cons: At least on the model I received, the keys were usually too stiff to even press down until the key registered without using excessive force, which caused finger strain after gaming with it for a few days. It got to the point where I cannot use it anymore due to discomfort from the stiff keys, and...