Summary: Couple this with a SteelSeries Sensei Raw Gaming mouse and you've got one heck of a setup.
Pros: Lighted keyboard and can be dimmed without the software. Plenty of Macro Keys. Easy to type, quiet and responsive. It's a great keyboard and works perfectly for FPS games. Typing feels great. One of the best keyboards I've ever used or owned.
Summary: Really didn't want to consider this a con but if you are coming from a keyboard that doesn't have macro buttons, this MIGHT take some getting used to if you're like me. Sometimes I will feel for the left CTRL key and oddly enough end up placing my pinky on the MX macro keys to the left of the CTRL key. Getting used to it though...
Pros: Upon installation of this keyboard, my eyes were attracted by the bright white LED's, which brightness is adjustable from the keyboard itself. Responsive and I do like that it has the two bumps on the "W" key to easily place your hand over WASD.
Summary: While this keyboard won't make you a better gamer, you'll feel like one!
Pros: I like the soft backlight of the keys. They aren't too bright or obnoxious. Button actuation is buttery smooth, and the macro buttons feel intuitive. Volume/music controls are cleverly set up using the Steelseries button, and the keyboard software is easy to use. While not a mechanical keyboard, the keyboard itself is solidly constructed. I prefer the smooth silence this keyboard gives me, unless I'm wailing away on one of the keys in a QTE. My previous keyboard was a...
Cons: The caps lock key could have been raised a bit to stop my sausage fingers from accidentally hitting it when I'm playing a WASD game.
Summary: Hey guys, just thought I would throw this up here for anyone that's thinking of buying a new keyboard. I was using an Azio Levetron Mech 5 keyboard, it was a great keyboard, but I found it sat high and made the angle of your wrist quite akward, so you were either holding your wrist up off of the desk, or you had an aching wrist throughout the game.