Reviews and Problems with Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
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piece of junk
david b., Newegg
16 March 2015
Summary: DON"T BUY ITS GARBAGE FOR THE PRICE. ORDERED IT DEC 1 2014 AND SERIOUSLY THINKING OF TELLING THEM TO ISSUE RMA . SOFTWARE FOR MOUSE AND KEYBOARD VIA VIRUS SCAN HAS ALSO PICKED UP 4 TROJAN VIRUSES FROM RAZER SYNAPSE 2.0 WEB CONNECT *** BE WARNED *** LEFT MAIL TO RAZER THEY DIDN'T EVEN REPLY
Pros: nice at first nice positive key feel. bright back lighting. very heavy doesn't move of shift around on desk
Cons: sticky rough #6 key on number pad from day one. now it will barely work proper hard to press compared to other keys return slow feels and sound harsh when used. left control key now sticking down of fails to register key press completely
Summary: i am leaving all the repeattes tthhatt the keyboard made in tthis reveiw justt tot show you how bad it is and i will be RMAing tthhis or retturning itt tot gett a differentt keyboard. tthis is just a adiscrace.
Pros: -Verry very clickey and loud. -the backlight is verry brighht. -it is asttetecly pleasing.
Cons: -The keyboard has multiple keys thaatt are repeating aftere i hitt itt once. -I bought itt brand new and it caame opened and already used. Like I BOUGHTT ITT NEW NOT USED -theh hhousing whhen i press itt on thhe ends.
Summary: Newegg did a good job for RMA, the process was fast and easy. But both the keyboard i received were double tapping, which gets really frustrating while both gaming and typing. I STRONGLY not recommend this keyboard.
Pros: -Good looking keyboard -Nice sound when typing
Cons: -Keys constantly double typing even after replacement
Summary: For a keyboard that ran me $130, you would expect that it would work correctly out of the box. I noticed as soon as I plugged it in that I was getting duplicate keypresses or "Chattering" on more than half of the keys.
Pros: -Keys are tactile and feel good to type on. -Backlight adjustable from "Off" to "Several Large Suns" in brightness
Cons: - about 50% of the letter keys were chattering (double typing characters) out of the box.
Summary: Being an electronics design engineer, I know it's not easy to deliver a high quality product. This is why after I've released a design, production test and quality assurance make sure that the delivered product works as designed. Razor has failed in quality assurance.
Pros: It's lighted and you can see around your computer at night with the lights off.
Cons: I can't use the keyboard to type anything serious. For example, I was writing a speech yesterday and found it full of extra keystrokes on commas, spaces, the letter g, and the letter x. Also, the right shift key only works if it is held half way down.
Summary: I wanted a keyboard that allowed programming of maccros so I picked this one up. I will be returning it tomorrow (did not get it from here, just want folks to know to avoid this one).
Pros: Adjustable baccklighting. Heavy so it stays in placcee. Easy maccro setup and any keey ccan be a maccro.
Cons: Poor quuality for typing as it tends to input multiple letters on it's own. this is my second mechaniccal keyboard and I did not have an issue with this on my last one. Wow is this thing loud. Preeparee for some noisee if you type 100/wpm or better.
Pros: Well lit, good macro key location, nice and tactile.
Cons: I have sent back this keyboard twice to be replaced. Once a key was double tapping terribly and then just stopped working. The second time, random keys would occasionally get stuck in the pressed position even though the switch wasn't actually contacting. Not worth. Get something else.
Pros: Lights up green, Sits up high in the back, has mic/audio port, typing sound.
Cons: Cheaply made, I honestly thought for 140$ that this would of been built better. I had mine 2 to be exact in 1 week on 2 different PC's Constantly has double keying on W, C, A mainly so it was extremely annoying to type with. The right shift never worked on ethier of the keyboards I got. The left ...