Summary: The independency you have to change settings, the softness of the keys, the soft back lighting, and I could say a lot of different things, but in the end, the quality made the differece for all this aspects I observed and much more. The price is not what we may call a bargain, if you compare with regular keyboards we buy on stores, but when you realize that you have in your hands an item of high quality and high durability, I know that the money spend will be like half...
Summary: I purchased this after years of having the same Microsoft comfort keyboard 5000, My mouse went out, so I decided to replace both mouse and keyboard, I picked this keyboard and this mouse -> http://amzn.com/B00CDINUTK This keyboards lighting is nice, I like that each zone can be different, and its bright. The feel of this keyboard is also great, it feels durable, smooth, quiet. It is slightly heavy, which I personally prefer, as light stuff would just slide around.
Summary: This keyboard fit the bill. Back-lit keys easy to see at night. has brightness setting,4 also can light different sections, different colors. The keys are relatively quiet. the side wing buttons are programmable (great if you're a gamer). and best of all it is only slightly larger than a standard keyboard. this is the best back-lit keyboard overall. especially at this price point.
Summary: This keyboard is something I sit before and spend many, many hours of working, browsing, shopping, playing, and the list goes on. I bought it months ago, and it has held up very well. My only issue is that there is no blue LED within the board, making any blue/purple/etc. variations unavailable. I also experience random issues of the touch panel's volume dropping, muting my computer. Also, the light's "on/off" button will randomly turn off.
Cool keyboard, but zero key along the top sticks 0000000000!
David R Higginbotham Jr, Amazon
25 August 2013
Summary: I like the ambient colors. What I do not like it almost everytime I hit the zero key just above the letter o it sticks. This is really annoying. I'm forced to either select it slowly or use the number pad. This happened right out of the box. If I had known this in the beginning I would not have purchased this keyboard. Geez, does anyone QA their products anymore ?
Summary: I bought this keyboard(MSRP $79.99) for $54.09 and it was certainly not worth it. It's easily worth $150.00. I copied and pasted "The Hobbit." by JRR Tolkien into the programming for one of the gaming keys, and IT WORKED. Recommend.
Summary: I've owned 3 of these keyboards and I have to say that it's my favorite one ever. No kidding. I've tried others, but this one has always been my fallback keyboard. The keys are tough and the custom lighting is cool. The only downfall has been the touch panel, which is why I've bought 3 of them. For some reason the panel starts to malfunction, the worst of it being that the volume controls force the computer sound to either be muted or maxed out.
Summary: This keyboard is awesome. I bought it initially for my teenage son, who is a gaming enthusiast. When he tired of it, I adopted it as my full time work keyboard. It has gotten heavy, heavy use (abuse even), for well over a year and it is still in perfect working order. I love the back lit keys, and the solid feel. It reminds me of the old IBM style keyboard with the keys that solidly spring back at your fingertips when you depress them.