Summary: It is good for the price. (it was $70 on sale) Even it's mechanical keyboard at that price with black switch. You don't need to press the key as heavy as any other switch. It has nice look and media control key which helps a lot. Definitely would buy this again.
Summary: I replaced my wireless Microsoft keyboard because it runs out of battery when I was in the middle of a CS match. Got this great keyboard, and havet looked back since. The typing sound is just amazing.
Pros: I love the sound it makes when I type something
Summary: I would recommand this keyboard to anyone who wants a nice mechanical keyboard. This is my first one, but it feels great to have this kind of keyboard! If this keyboard dies( i hope in a couple of years) I will probably try the red keys, but black are great too, just a little bit hard to press on each key.
Pros: Great keyboard!, -Feel nice when you touch it, -Heavy!, -Feel durable!
Cons: -May get tired of typing since it takes 60g to press on each key
Pros: This keyboard is amazing, some people say that they cherry black switches are too hard to press on, but i find them perfect. Gaming feels so much better, and my fingers don't get tired.
Cons: I gave this keyboard 5 stars but if you buy it and use it for gaming especially like me, watch out for the printed keys fading a little after your fingers on the same keys all the time. Then again replacing the wasd keys would be fairly easy. I got the warranty for it so that if it gets too bad i can return it.
Summary: The right shift key is smaller to make the enter key bigger. I don't really see the point of this, but it took me a week to get over this. When I'm not gaming I use the right shift while typing (my bros thought this was blasphemy), and because of this change I had to adapt. It's 100% fine now though.
Pros: Cherry MX Black switches. The key is activated before it bottoms out so it's instantly superior to every regular keyboard you've ever touched. No flashy LEDs. No unnecessary macro keys. Keyboard has some weight to it, will not float around on your desk.
Cons: Takes getting used to in a couple of ways. Cherry MX Blacks are harder to bottom out than regular keyboard keys. You might find yourself having a hard time with the keyboard at first because you think you have to press harder to activate the key.