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- 37 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1200 1050 Ti Ricer Drift PC
Looks stunning. Hands down best looking keyboard ever. Also really, really loud. Love it or hate it I guess. Comfy wristrest and nice build too. Would buy again
- 19 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build The Dead Yeti
I love the feel of these keys. They’re a perfect cross between the tactile blue switches that I use at work and the quick-actuating red switches found on those reliable Corsair boards. The RGB is wonderful as well and the software is usable with incredible variation. The ripple effect is one of my favorites, but it’s hard to use consistently as it’s so distractedly gorgeous. Only time will tell of the durability, but dang this thing is impressive.
- 18 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Mirror Mirror
Great if you don't want a true mechanical keyboard but want something that is quite satisfyingly clicky nonetheless. Definitely some of the nicest RGB effects out there and Synapse 3 is a great upgrade over their old Synapse 2. Would have been perfect if it used standard replaceable key-caps though but they sadly don't.
- 17 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build College Student Dream Build
Good keyboard with good features, but my f11 and = keys stick sometimes, not sure if this is a widespread issue or just me
- 15 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build First Build, Ryzen, 1060, $1000(exluding monitor and keyboard)
I like it. fun to mess around with lighting effects and make your own. love the included wrist cushion
- 14 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build Shadowfax
Love this keyboard! I have my collection of Razor products that I have wanted for so long! This keyboard is nice and quieter than most keyboards. The wrist rest is very comfortable. I have this paired with my Razer Chroma 7.1 Headset and the Razer Naga Chroma! Love the RGB options! I still have my Redragon K551 keyboard and I still love that one two, but I wanted all Razer and a quieter keyboard to. The Redragon is imo a great keyboard as well. I would still use it, it's lasted me 2 years without any problems.
- 13 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Project: Mercury
Mechanical/Membrane switches are the greatest thing in the world. I don't think I could ever use anything else after this. They're tactile and responsive, with good feedback as you're typing, all without feeling clunky and unnecessarily loud like normal mechanical switches feel in my opinion.
- 10 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Black, White, and RGB
Nice loud clicks. Synapse is pretty easy to use and rgb is easily customizable.
- 9 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build First Ever Build (Black and White Theme)
Gorgeous RGB lighting effects. I personally do not really care about my keyboard switches so I was not really in the market for a mechanical keyboard. This is a really nice keyboard for the price if you are like me but if not then I wouldn't really recommend it. I personally love it however.
Edit: About one year later now, and I have to drop this review by a couple stars. The keycaps are relatively loose which can get annoying and the plastic is not the best quality, but I guess you get what you pay for. The mecha membrane switches are not as good as I had previously thought them to be but I guess me PC building naivety made me think that they were good. The big-time plus is that the lighting is absolutely gorgeous. Razer does that very well. If you are looking for a sub 100 dollar keyboard then this is a good option, but if you have more money, I recommend that you change to something like a Corsair K70 like I did.
- 9 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build £1000 Future-Proof Full Set-Up
This is the first Razer product I have ever bought. The mecha-membrane keys are actually really nice, but they're nothing like Cherry MX keys as the keys have a lot of resistance when typing, but I actually like that in a keyboard. The RGB backlit is very nice and vibrant, and the Razer Synapse App is very easy to use. The wrist rest is just amazing, it's incredibly comfortable to type on, and is magnetic so its very functional. The only downside I can think of is the keys being pretty loud when pressed, so much so that my friends can hear it on discord when we play games. This keyboard is overall very well made and I'm happy I invested in it.