Pros: Good feeling quiet keyboard. Nice sized wrist rest.
Cons: When using Caps Lock as the PTT key, you are unable to strafe while moving forward in any FPS I tested with. Example: holding W to advanced forward, then depressing Caps Lock to speak. With W and Caps Lock pressed simulaneously the A and D keys, or any other key for that matter, no longer function. This issue can be duplicated using Notepad. Hold Caps Lock, then hold W until the character auto advances. Pressing any other letter does not override W as it should. Norma...
For a FPS player like myself, I feel that the keyboard by the ...
Tee Cee, Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: For a FPS player like myself, I feel that the keyboard by the WASD side... is too tight. The keys themselves, feel a little awkward to press down (its only day 2). But the keys are definitely comfortable (very laptop like). The keys light up nicely (had to dim it since it was too bright). Before this keyboard, I just had a 25 dollar backlight key board for 4 years. This is my first Razor product. I'm hoe this keyboard will at least last me 10 years.
Not going to buy one of these again, thats for certain.
M. Zietlow, Amazon
10 July 2014
Summary: Worked great for a couple months then I noticed that I would have to unplug and replug the keyboard after reboots occasionally. I read in forums that some people had this issue but I thought it was a hit or miss thing. Apparently its just a matter of time... Not going to buy one of these again, that's for certain.
Summary: Very nice looking kboard,quiet, but playing BF3,4, I have to use extra pressure on the shift key to get character to sprint, making it uncomfortable and easily killed in the game. Sometimes character slows and before i could apply more pressure BANG ur dead.
Pros: Slim design for both keys and keyboard Strong illumination
Cons: The font on the keys is just awful - the E and the R look very much the same from the corner of your eye (with the hand on the WASD keys for instance) Something about the layout of the keys is wrong because I keep typing two-three keys at once, never happened to me with any other keyboard, including slim design, chiclet and normal keyboard. Maybe its the keys spacing or size.
Pros: It is pretty and has lots of functionality. I like the keystrokes.
Cons: I have had lots of problems. Razer is very good about helping, but I have had lots of problems with the touch screen and driver issues. At least I think it is driver issues, but It will randomly start showing symptoms that look like lag. It will stop accepting input and will randomly not stop inputting a character. It is like the keys are sticking, but physically they feel fine and this can happen to any key. The only ones that it tends to happen more to are the ones ...
Summary: If this keyboard had more apps, it would be fantastic. I would love to see parcers for all the top MMOs and I would love to see VOIP overlays as well. I just think Razer is handicapping this product too much. It's a shame too because having a useful LCD on your keyboard would be pretty helpful if used right with the right applications. It was a great thought, but from what I've seen of Razer and Logitech, they aren't following through with their product.
Pros: It really is a nice a keyboard. The apps that are out for it work. I don't know why other people have been having install issues with the software, but mine worked the first time I did it without any problems what so ever. The LCD is a great feature and has limitless potential. It functions as intended, and the macros work great.
Cons: As I mentioned before, the LCD is a great feature; however, Razer has a serious lack of apps for this keyboard. From what I've read, it seems this is not an open source. Which means, they will simply dictate who can create apps. If you're looking to get this keyboard because of the LCD, don't. It's really not that great of a feature. They only have a handful of apps right now that aren't real useful for games. In fact, most of the apps they have now are just useful fo...