Reviews and Problems with Razer Marauder StarCraft II
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23 January 2011
Summary: I got this because I was really big into StarCraft, and the APM lighting was a feature that interested me. I don't play SC2 much any more, and while the APM lighting is nice when I actually do play, I like this keyboard for general purposes as well. Downsides: 1. it uses 2 USB ports. One for the lighting, and one for the actual controls. This is a lot, but with a USB extender I'm doing ok so it's not a deal breaker. 2.
Summary: Love it. Never had an issue with it, the ability to change the colors when you want is awesome and the fact that it's cosidered 3 different light switches meaans you can mix and match the side glow, strips on the top and bottom, and the keys. If you're looking for a full keyboard this isn't for you, but something small and functional and looks cool, this is it.
Summary: I replaced my Saitek II 3-color gaming keyboard with this one. The keys are deep and feel good. The keyboard is a little less wide than my old one, so it took a little getting used to. The box doesn't come with the driver; it has to be downloaded separately from the razer support site. You don't need to, but I recommend it.
Summary: Overall I really like this keyboard, it does not hold stains/fingerprints as much as my old Razer Lycosa Keyboard, the color changing while playing StarCraft II is awesome and I always get compliments on it. there are only 2 issues that I see with it. One: the numpad is combined with the "insert, home, del" buttons etc... which takes some getting used to. Two: I thought the keyboard was black when I originally bought it, but it is actually grey.
Summary: While I get nerd chills at the neon lights and its interactivity while I snap the necks of noobs across the globe in SC2 -- I am having issues with it's functionality. I really like the feel as I type, but it is having problems with double typing certain letters. I have never had this problem with another keyboard, and I am a very proficient typer. Great for diehard SC2 fans, but if you are looking for the best, I'd maybe look into another keyboard.
Summary: This is a wonderful keyboard. i started looking for a keyboard for my gaming computer at razer. their products are usually well built and work great. this is a prime example of that. I bought this keyboard so i'd have something to play BF3/ other games on. its great for all games. reasons to buy: 1. size. doesnt take up much real estate. i dont have very much room on my desk, with my mouse pad, monitor and lamp. this keyboard combines the arrows and the num keys.
Summary: I hesitated before purchasing this keyboard primarily due to the negative reviews associated with it; however, let me be clear that this keyboard delivers a fluid and comfortable gaming experience and delivers on a number of features. Durability - There is not one piece of this keyboard that feels like it is made from cheap materials.
Summary: i'm very happy with the marauder keyboard. the feel of the keys is solid, they have a very nice and tactile feel, not slick, more of a rubbery coating. the weight of the keyboard allows it to sit very firmly in place. the lighting is a very fun option. the apm stock settings are pretty high, i'd say if you weren't at pro gamer status you would never be hitting the 300 apm color. the user settings allow for the customization of the colors.