Summary: To put it simply, everything's an improvement the keys, the comfort. The one
issue that is worse than the Nostromo is the Directional Pad, it's an eight way
pad which is cool however it's small and you often find yourself miss clicking.
Other than that completely worth the buy!
Summary: It was a toss-up for me to buy a mechanical keyboard or a keypad like
this – I've always felt that my left and right hands were too far apart with
a large mousepad and a full length keyboard (with numbers on right) and with the
orbweaver that's certainly. I read many reviews online that stated this would be the best ever, but it
has a few problems that are very specific to my hand size I suspect.
"A Must-Have for Console Players Stuck Using Kbs When PC Gaming"
Richard, Mighty Ape
27 May 2013
Summary: I laid-out the gold for this top-end gaming peripheral because I have major
problems getting into my gaming-comfort/concentration zone when TRYING and
HAVING to use a keyboard when playing PC games. Having to lift my arms to get my
hands across to certain keys just kicks me from this zone and I end up feeling
frustrated with and disjointed from the game I'm supposed to be getting immersed
Summary: This keypad is a well welcomed addition to my Razer setup, it has
20 programmable keys, which I can assign to whatever I like, improves my
skill in Battlefield 3 aswell! (Well, atleast I think it does…). Thanks
"THE best replacement for your keyboard as a gamer!"
Yingjun, Mighty Ape
16 May 2013
Summary: First, let me just say that I have been a user of the “keyboard
replacement” keypads for many years, starting with the original Belkin
Nostromo N50. The Razer Orb Weaver is way beyond what I was using back
then – the mechanical keyswitches and adjustability of this device are second