Razer Lycosa... Nice, functional and great experience gamer.
11 November 2012
Summary: This keyboard is very versatile. Nice backlighting on the keys. The feel of the keys to the touch is smooth and fluid. The macro keys software is very useful and easy to use. The downside is that you can't customize the background color of the button illumination. But functionality is amazing.
Excerpt: I would call Razer expensive quality. Razer's products are so awesome, cool looking, very professional and not so very cheap. Lycosa is low profile, it's black and backlit (blue led light) and the keys are rubberised so they don't slip. In the top right corner it has 7 touch sensitive buttons wich are used to control your music player, volume up and down and a key for switching between light modes.
Excerpt: The Razer Lycosa is really overpriced in terms of its functionality and performance. Sure, it looks awesome but I would rather have a working keyboard than a fancy looking one. The Lycosa has LED backlight keys (which are quite dim in strong light or sunlight). You can switch between two light modes: low, WASD only, and OFF. One of the best features in this keyboard is the touchpad media keys (when they work, that is).
Excerpt: I recently purchased this Razer Lycosa to replace a Logitech Wave keyboard for gaming. I wanted a wireless keyboard, but for the price I was offered, this was an excellent deal. The Lycosa is a backlit gaming keyboard with WASD ghosting, macro capabilities, and multiple profile settings for different functions. Ghosting allows your keystrokes to be received individually, so you don't lose any keystrokes while gaming.