( 4.7 Average / 9 Ratings )
This keyboard is mechanical, which I didn't realize, but it is an amazing keyboard. I still need to get used to it, however, but I love the adjustable brightness and I don't have to go into Synapse to adjust it.
It's a 4.5/5, really.
It's a nice Keyboard, but it's way too expensive. I also wish I had waited a couple more months before buying it, because they released the Chroma version. My previous keyboard was a Logitech G110 and the Razer just doesn't feel like much of an upgrade. There are a couple of things that I don't understand about it and the first one are the cables. Like the G110, the BW has a usb port, a 3.5mm microphone jack and a 3.5mm speaker jack. The difference is that the G110 only needed 1 usb cable for everything, whereas the the Razer has 2 USB cables and the two 3.5mm jacks plugged in the computer. I saw no difference in performance between both, so I don't understand why Razer made that decision. It also only has 5 programmable keys, while the G110 had 12.
Is it a bad keyboard? No, not at all, but I just don't think it's worth the price at all.
Overall, a very good mechanical keyboard. The only thing I have to complain about is that it tends to leave fingerprints on the keys as I type, much more than my older membrane keyboard (Logitech K120).