Simple gamers keyboard that takes up less room but keys are still full size
4 weeks ago
Summary: Fantastic keyboard . No bells or whistle that u think u want but never use . Only thing is its a bit louder than normal keyboard but I expected it being switches . I am a gamer of over 20 years and it's the best keyboard I ever used .
Summary: Really liking it at the moment. Has been using it for nearly a year and I really love it. Great typing feel and offers a nice rebounce after pressing the buttons. Although it's not meant for it, but it's really good for gaming as well. Definitely would recommend people to get this, even gamers if you dont want those freaking expensive mechanical keyboards that are designed for gaming.
Summary: Despite having MX Cherry Red mechanical switches which are the quietest of the lot ,I think, this keyboard makes quite a nice and distinct sound, which was what I was looking for when buying a mechanical keyboard. It also feels very nice when typing. My friend has a Cooler Master storm quick fire compact mechanical keyboard and this feels and sound very similar to that.Considering this keyboard is only £30 as well I see no reason why not to buy it All in all Positives:...
Summary: So it may not be full mechanical but still works brilliantly compared to my standard microsoft keyboard. the keys are well spaced out, gives very good feedback on the key strokes and the noise it makes when pressing keys isn't too loud or "clackity". A very very good keyboard for the price asked of it.
Summary: An okay keyboard for the price. Fairly basic mechanical keyboard, with a small, compact design. While this is good, the lack of KP_Number keys are disappointing, as I am a fan of older games that prefer this layout. Its quality was slightly disappointing, hence the lower score. After a week or two, the keys started sticking down (I don't eat near the keyboard, so my fingers aren't greasy). Then, after about 5 months of usage, I dropped a drink on it and it died.
Summary: Great mechanical keyboard. Very responsive,. People keep taking a start off because of the lack of backslash and pipe keys, which can annoy as it isn't very clear in the description they are missing. Please be aware you can access them like so on the keyboard without mapping tools ctrl+alt+# = \ ctrl+alt+shift+# = | Not terribly user friendly but it's better to have them available than struggling without them.