Reviews and Problems with SteelSeries Merc Stealth
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Decent keyboard, lots of problems.
Andrew J. Good, Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Overall I got this mouse for MMOs thinking that the buttons would be easier to hit on this keyboard than on a normal keyboard. It's not terrible but wasn't anywhere near as useful as I was hoping it would be.
Summary: This is a great keyboard. It is especially good for when play FPS games with no controller support because you have so many buttons at your disposal. The only bad things are that in the special gaming area the caps button is included so every now and then I hit the wrong button and next time a type...
Summary: I use my computer on my couch and had been using a wireless keyboard previously. I thought it would be nice to have some gaming keys on my keyboard. A few thoughts: Keyboard is heavy, and Sturdy, it would make a nice desktop keyboard.
Great keyboard for gaming - not so hot for typists.
Robert Kelford, Amazon
19 December 2013
Summary: I recently purchased this keyboard primarily for use in gaming for which this excels. The programmable side is a little confusing to learn at first, but it is pretty decent when you get used to how it all works.
Summary: I bought my Merc Stealth a couple years ago to replace a Razor Nostromos. I've been very pleased so far. The key placement and feel of the game pad is far better than any other game pad I've seen or used, particularly because it doesn't place a bunch of keys directly below the WASD.
Summary: I've been using this keyboard and its noniluminated version now for 3+ years. Problems: Windows 7 will not always recognize the keyboard's gaming pad and SteelSeries has the worse help function of any manufacterer I have ever dealt with.
Summary: I bought this keyboard because I was frustrated by the inconsistent functionality of the wireless keyboard I was using. I have my gaming laptop in the entertainment center and use the big screen TV in my living room as my gaming monitor (The Big Picture on Steam).
Summary: I'm a lady-gamer and I have had a LOT of problems with finding keyboards and mice that fit my dainty lady-fingers well. It's not that I want something tiny, but I want something fully-functional that doesn't leave my hands cramping from stretching to reach TAB while WASD-ing.