Summary: Pros: - Fully programmable keys - Eye-catching design. - One of the few with keycaps both slim chiclet and backlit. Cons: - You can barely feel the bumps on the F and J keys. - You lose all the functionality if you don't have the software running all the time. - You have to sign in to download the software just to have acces to the Cloud (WTF?! That's useless. All the configurations should be stored on the keyboard.
Summary: Definately disappointed. I'll get straight to the point. I had heard amazing things about Razer, so I decided to buy a mouse and keyboard from them together. Both were amazing while they worked. The keyboard, about a week after my return shipping was expired, started having little issues. At first it would just kind of stopped typing when I was doing my English homework, but then the letter A just stopped working altogether.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard for both gaming and coding, but it disappointed me so much. It appearance is decent, I'll give it that. But when typing, I couldn't feel the feedback from it and it's making noises like the keys are not lubricated enough. So if you are like me looking for a keyboard like Thinkpad or Logitech K800 which I define them as "comfortable", you will want to stay away from it. Otherwise, it's your choice.
Summary: Was looking to buy another keyboard after using my old generic Microsoft keyboard for 5+ years. My first copy of this key board had sticking enter and arrow keys that would not register inputs when pressed. The second copy had a sticking control and shift key. Would not purchase another Razer product after trying this keyboard.
Summary: I really wanted to like this keyboard, but it's on its way back to Amazon. Pros: * Very attractive design with a modern shape and a full range of backlight color options (plus the ability to shift between them automatically which is just kind of cool). Cons: * The keys are mushy, when pressed, even by notebook key standards and lack concavity which throws off touch typing.
Summary: Problem with this board is it is NOT plug n play. From what i have read im not the only one. And little solutions have been posted online. Unless your very good with software you may never get this board to work properly. Personally i tried a few different things. and still couldnt get it to work. I think razer's own employees are a bit unfamialar with how/what to say or have any real solutions on how to get the board to work properly on systems.
Summary: **UPDATED REVIEW** After one day with the keyboard, the LCD screen began having issues. The numpad for instance would get stuck on each number I pressed. For instance if it hit the number 5 it would usually result in this happening "555555555555555" countless 5's appearing. Sometimes I would hit it once and 3 5's would appear. Trying to scroll through the media app to play music was a hassle as every time I tried scrolling it would click each song.