Pros:-Nice size and shape.
-Keys are well-lit.
-The keys are smooth to the touch.
Cons:-There are no extra keys that you can macro.
-The keyboard takes up two USB ports.
The Bottom Line: My final recommendation is that you buy the Razer Lycosa, for it's sleek design, macro capabilities, and well-lit background. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
When I first unwrapped the keyboard, the first thing I noticed was how well it was put together. It had a nice design, and was quite thin and compact. After plugging it in to my computer, my keyboard lit up with brilliant blue LEDs. The keys barely make any noise, so no loud "tap tap taps" and also feel quite nice. I bought the keyboard for late-night gaming, seeing as the lit keyboard would be best for the midnight rounds. But the keyboard isn't just for gaming, it has an on-board keypanel for adjusting certain things such as your sound, or keyboard light settings. There are two lighting sets on the Lycosa keyboard, one being the WASD clumping, for first person shooter gaming, and full-lit keyboard which is best for average typing, such as writing an email or an essay. One of the coolest features with the Lycosa, is that it comes with a CD including drivers that allow you to macro any key on the keyboard. You can assign the F1-F12 keys to any task that you could need. Setup was extremely easy as well, you just plug in the four cords, install the drivers, and you have the perfect keyboard ready to go. In any case, I would recommend the Razer Lycosa for all computer purposes. Happy buying!
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Amount Paid (US$): 69.99