Summary: Very nice quality for the price. I really like the tactile feel of the keys, but the keys feel a tiny bit cheap. Other than that this is a AMAZING keyboard, the multimedia keys are a huge plus. The macro keys are also very useful.
Summary: I am going to review each of the components of my custom rig. But before I start this review, I want to say that I spend a LOAD of time researching for the best components for my budget (which was around 1,200) picking compatible mobo's and memory/cpu, etc.
Summary: It's a pretty nice keyboard, does just about everything it says it does. Does not work for mac at all. I am a massive tech nerd, and did everything possible. It's the first thing I've flat out not been able to get to work.
Summary: I bought one of these too111 I've had it less than a year and I have over 10 keys that have lost there letters. I sent a support ticket to Sharkoon and told them of the prpblem. and this is there reply: We’re sorry to hear that our product is currently causing you problems.
You can't NOT buy something called the Sharkoon Skiller
Neil Tilton, Amazon
24 October 2014
Summary: All the nerds at work be jealous bout my fancy keyboard. I be pumpin out mad SQL statements while they're still typing in their username. When they're still clicking start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Calculator, I've already got the variance of that data set punched in by simply pushing the...
Summary: I'm pretty disappointed with this keyboard, but I can't give it fewer stars because it is pretty cheap. Pros: The absolute cheapest keyboard with nearly full programmable keys. Cons: Everything else.
Decent keyboard, but should include more information in listing.
James McCarty, Amazon
8 August 2014
Summary: The keys aren't loud at all, and are very responsive. The software included installed without a problem in Win 7. The only sectors that light up are the Caps lock etc and the Insignia on the bottom of the board and nothing else.
Summary: Pros - It's very easy to program. The profiles are extremely easy to setup. Profile behavior works fine. The keys are very quiet which I like. Cons - The LED cannot be turned off, but I installed a on/off switch. Tin foil and duct tape ^.^ until I get time to take it apart and install a real switch.
Summary: I bought this product about three months ago and so far I'm very happy with it. The keys aren't too loud, and they feel pretty good under the fingers. My favorite feature is the rubberized keys that you can use to replace the WASD keys.