( 4.8 Average / 12 Ratings )
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This keyboard is awesome. Maybe it's the fact that I'm touching a mechanical keyboard after many years without doing it, and the big change is enough surprise for me. But being honest, it works really good, and it's heavy and sturdy. It stays still wherever you place it, it's really comfortable.
Honestly, the quality and feel of this keyboard caught me by surprise. This board feels and looks like a $100 keyboard, but at $50 it's a real steal. I would definitely recommend.
KEYBOARD: Solid, nice lighting, nice tactile feel., GREAT VALUE! No instructions, a single sheet instruct you to the EagleTec website to download the manual. The keyboard sounds like it could have been used as the key board sound Fx for the move "Brazil" I like it.
Background blue LED? Mechanical? Whats not to love? This thing is loud and has a mechanical clicky feeling its badass and I love it
I can't be without my tenkeys and this one is a beautiful keyboard with adjustable blue lighting. (RGB is a bit overrated. Please don't hate.)
Just received this 12/25/17 for Christmas. I've used it for a few hours so far and I love it.
Build quality seems really good for the price. Love the aluminum plate, it makes the board look very nice, removes all flex, and adds a nice heft that keeps it from moving around during use.
Backlight isn't too bright initially, and can be adjusted down and/or off if preferred.
Overall I feel this is a good board so far, will update later on after I've used it more.
This keyboard is very nice to type with. The keys have a longer travel than most, but I have gotten very used to it. All the keys are elevated above a metal frame, giving the typing experience a very, VERY high-quality feel. The keys are extremely tactile, super satisfying. The only problem is the keys are loud, i mean loud. When I game, my friends hear me hitting keys through my mic.
Cheap, efficient, and durable. I'd probably just get another of this same keyboard, if i ever did break this one.
Blue key switches, blue LEDs, and a black brushed aluminum finish. What's not to like. Unless you don't like the things I mentioned, in which case you probably wouldn't like it. Mine arrived a little banged up on the corner, but it's nothing I couldn't fix.
$40 for a mechanical keyboard? A GOOD mechanical keyboard with one of the best Cherry imitation switches around that feels very similarly to Cherry Blues? Basic back-lighting, no RGB nonsense, what is not to love?