This is one of the worst Razer products I have ever purchased
Brian Armitage, Amazon
7 October 2015
Summary: This is one of the worst Razer products I have ever purchased. After 1-2 months the keys were disgustingly slimey, and keys were getting stuck. Do not recommend this keyboard to anyone who is trying to game on a budget.
Summary: Is it not enough that consumers pay good money for a product ($100 for keyboard made in China), but we have to give out our personal information and let you know every time we use the product to get what we paid for? I am OK with making these online services optional, they may be helpful to someone.
Pros: Good daily use RGB keyboard. Not just for gaming.
Cons: Razer requires a web login before you can access the software and modify the RGB setting. I use this keyboard on a computer that is not connected to WEB, so it quickly became a $100 boat anchor. I found a software hack online that allowed me to used keyboard. If I did not, I would have returned it.
Pros: For the keys that work, it's perfectly fine.
Cons: Around 10 of the keys are super sticky. When I try to press them down, they wont budge, and then they sometimes won't come back up. Then about 10 more of them are slightly sticky. This keyboard was a waste of my money and time.
Summary: It has the build quality of a $10 keyboard. In addition, Razer's Synapse 2.0 drivers require you to create an account and login (every time it loads) to make it function. I don't recommend it.
Summary: Asked for one with my new gaming pc from my dad, but a week or so after I peeled the plastic of the keyboard keys started failing one after the other so far I'm missing the "s" "h" and the left "ctrl".
I can just imagine it now "well it looks like its just used up and normal wear
Matthew Horchreder, Amazon
23 January 2015
Summary: The rough finish on the keyboard wore away after 2 months of use. I have a keyboard now that just looks nasty. There are smooth keys on the ones I use most, WASD, the space bar and the hand rest portion is totally smooth and worn. When I type the keys continually repeat numbers/letters.
Summary: What happened to old school simple download and install drivers locally without internet connection???
Pros: works as a basic keyboard without their cloud driver software
Cons: You have to install drivers through their cloud solution, forces you to be online etc Just read this bit: "By using Razer Synapse 2.0 (“Synapse”), the Subscriber agrees that Razer may collect aggregate information, individual information, and personally identifiable information. Razer may share a...