Summary: This is my first time buying a gaming keyboard. From the get go, it was different but i got used to it very fast. It feels smooth when playing First-Person shooter games. It was pretty pricey though, I can say that.
Summary: Remarkable keyboard with excellent sensitivity. Great for typing, though for gaming I wish the most used gaming keys had some sort of different texture to help you get your fingers back in place during high octane battles.
Summary: I type as much as I game, and this thing is just so sweet to type on. Especially once the switches have broken in, which doesn't take long at all. Not only that, it has such a nice minimalist look to it. It doesn't have the fruity highlighted keys or glows or flashy green LED's like some gaming keyboards. It just is what it is. And it does it beautifully.
Summary: My first mechanical keyboard and it did not disappoint. The key response is incredible compared to my ASUS 750 laptop standard keyboard. Some people complain about the noise but I love it. Simple design and great utility buttons. Bonus that they removed the left windows key so you don't minimize what you're doing by accident but can still use the key to adjust your media in the background. Note to people that do want the left windows key.
Summary: I have a smaller desk so this is a perfect mechanical keyboard, I'm used to slightly bigger keys but I adjusted pretty quick. They feel great and the product overall is pretty sturdy, and heavy so no sliding around bending or breaking.
Summary: Solid keyboard, and I'm satisfied with it. I have a few minor gripes, but except for the first one, they're picky and likely true of most keyboard. The paint for the letters fade. The keys are not completely consistent in touch. Even straight out of packaging some keys where a bit lighter than others. The difference is subtle, but it's enough that I have clear preferences for some keys over others.
Summary: I did a little research before I went out and bought a mechanical keyboard. This one seems to have done the trick. It has the satisfying feel that I was looking for when I wanted to buy one, and the price was right. Granted, this doesn't have LED backlights, but that was not what I was looking for and the reviews of the one that did have LEDs that was in a comparable price range said the lights were dead in a couple months.
Excellent keyboard, extremely cheap and feels great.
Casey Kugler, Amazon
19 February 2014
Summary: I have been typing on this keyboard nonstop for the past 4 hours. I'm still getting used to the high profile of the keys; however, everything else has been stellar about this board. It's hefty, and could be used to deter an intruder. Other than that though, the keys press down nicely, evenly, and feel great under the finger. Overall, the left shift key has been cited as a design flaw; however, I haven't had too much problem with it.