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: My next keyboard may be mechanical, but I'm not certain if they are too noisy. That, and I prefer shorter travel for quicker key press.
Pros: This is a sleek looking keyboard. I was looking for something for gaming, to match my Razer mouse and pad. Mine is nearly two years of age, and it has worked flawlessly. If you get any gunk between the keys, they are simple to pop off and clean. There are flips underneath for additional height (i...
Cons: As I said above, it does slide a little with the flips extracted. My desk however is the problem here, it has a raised edge.
Summary: If you good at typing and don't look at the keyboard and want to keep it that way its a good buy, however if you trying to force yourself to get good at typing this is a truly hard way of learning cause you will go crazy when you can't find that certain key, especially if time matters.
Pros: Low profile is very nice for games with lots of hotkey use. Also nice for typing sort of. Makes you get good at typing, because you can't see the keys.
Cons: At first I bought this keyboard to get better at typing, which I am, but sometimes, I wish I could see the symbols.
Summary: Well, I'm an average typer, As in everything I know about typing its standard for the U.S high-schools to teach. Thanks to this i don't need to see what keys I'm hitting. In my opinion you shouldnt give a product a bad reveiw due to your lack of skills....
Summary: I'd have gotten mechanical, but the keys here pop off and pop on with simplicity, if you try too, and it can be operated quietly if you can't use a touchscreen in the moment. Plus it looks great!
Pros: I had read that mechanical keyboards were fairly noisy, so I checked this out when switching to desktop. For one, it matches my Razer mouse/mouse mat Call me a fanboy, but it looks great! There are three noticeable LEDs for the locks, and some media keys if you need to mute in a hurry or turn dow...
Summary: I've been loyal to the construction of my Razer gear and with good reason. If you suck at typing and hunt and peck, don't be an idiot and buy a keyboard that you can see by the pictures is completely blacked out. You don't rate an item as terrible if you messed up.
Pros: VERY responsive with well built software. Not really much to say, it works when I press the keys and it's stuck by me for almost 2 years now with my constant pounding on it.
Cons: The macro software is basically useless. You have no way to tell what mode you're in and then in order to access the well built software they include a CD that's basically a download link. Not a huge issue since it's ONLY the useless macro button that's affected, but not a good move on Razer's part.