Reviews and Problems with Razer TRON gaming keyboard
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have it love it BUT!!!!!
Launa I., Newegg
12 October 2012
Summary: i really like razers software for all of their stuff have used a black widow anansi death adder tron mamba and a few others and they all feel nice the on the fly macro is freaking awsome :)
Pros: feels great the responce time is awsome the software works great larger that an normal keyboard
Cons: the way they made some of the keys they sometimes stick and that doesn't help while gaming it is a freaking dirt magnet i swear i clean it once a week with a damp rage and after a few days the whole thing is coverd and feels nasty yuck the keyboard is really large and takes a little getting used ...
Summary: Its really big! Be prepared to give up some desk space for this baby.
Pros: -It's Tron themed! -Feels nice and lights up nice -The keys are flat, which I happen to like. -The letters and numbers really match the Tron theme really well.
Cons: I think I have more cons for this keyboard than I do pro's but I love it anyway. Perhaps I am biased because I love Tron so much <3 -The keys are really spaced out and it feels a little awkward but I have adapted quickly to it. -The space bar is not where it should be but again I have adapted to ...
Pros: Looks amazing starting up. Makes a cool sound when leds run.
Cons: Large keys prompting typos, soft touch but still much harder to press than is customary for new high end keyboards, keyboard is much longer than other standard keyboards making desk space and mouse pad placement akward, unable to lock numpad to board so having the keypad sit on anything other tha...
Summary: I knew I was getting this keyboard more for looks than for performance, so a lot of the cons aren't a downside to me. The space bar is still huge, and seems to register all the time for where I like to nail it, so its a non-issue.
Pros: Love the overall look - LEDs are as bright if not brighter than the mouse. Backlet keys are dimmer, but still bright enough to read in the dark. The mic/headphone ports have LED lights shooting out of them too, which is nice.
Cons: There is an LED light strip where I expect the space bar to be. Granted the space bar is just below the strip, but I'm having to relearn something that I shouldn't have to... They shoud've also put some sort of LED on the space bar, since it's impossible to see in the dark - nothing huge, but a t...
Summary: if anyone knows how to replicate the color of the lights (they use a white LED on the inside and a colored plastic on the outside to replicate the "cold blue"), please tell me how. I want to mod my case!
Pros: looks awesome. very good quality
Cons: this thing is huge and the keys are much further apart. mistyping is common. Not good for gaming.
Pros: Beautiful keyboard, great border lighting, felt like a fairly durable keyboard.
Cons: This has been said, but thought I would highlight the size of it a little more. The keyboard isn't just a larger keyboard, its gargantuan. The Tron keyboard (without the number pad) is about the same size as my basic logitech keyboard. The keys are huge. I mix gaming and work, and have a need to ...
Summary: I do have to admit this is an AWESOME looking keyboard but it is not very practical for day-to-day use. The ability to change the ten key to either side of the keyboard is a nice touch. However the the unique lighting and sound effects are the best thing about it.
Pros: -Razer did an excellent job in designing this keyboard: looks phenomenal -The lighting effects are very well done for both the start-up sequence and the power off sequence for the keyboard. -Good sound effects added -Headphone and microphone jack plug-ins on the keyboard are handy
Cons: -Keys are placed wider apart which makes long typing sessions a hassle if you are not used to the spacing -The smoothness of the keys, albeit which look like the unlit parts of the light grid from the movie, make missing letters while typing fast much more common
Summary: Basically its just fun, but for a 150usd price it is not a gamers keyboard at all.
Pros: Nice look, Tron rules, great concept.
Cons: This keyboard is really for memoabila (sry I cant spell,) not for use. I had this for about one hour and if it wasnt so expencive I would have kept it for that reason alone. It worked fine right out the box w/o even any drivers or updates. I assume to use macros you would need those. Im an avid g...
Summary: Basically, I paid 5x the price of a decent keyboard for one that is Very Pretty, but annoys me to no end with having to constantly go back and insert spaces where the spacebar didn't register, and doesn't exibit most of the cool lighting/sound features described.
Pros: Looks great! Matches up with my rig's lighting very nicely. Media keys, built-in mic and headphone jacks, power/sleep mode keys, and lighting control all from the keyboard are nice.
Cons: My natural position on the spacebar is the left side. this spacebar only registers if I hit it dead center, making it clunky and annoying to type, as I keep missing spaces. Only time I hear the sound is on startup- not when i go in/out of sleep mode, not when turning off as advertised. No options...