Features mechanical keys and customizable multicolored lighting. Includes angle adjustment and sturdy rubber feet for extra stability. Small and light enough to be easily portable.
More expensive than typical keyboards. Keys are a bit stiff.
Comfortable to type on thanks to the integrated palm rest. Features five customizable lighting zones. Easy to create macros. Bottom grips keep the keyboard in place.
Doesn't have as many options as other more expensive gaming keyboards.
Features an ergonomic design and a cushioned palm rest. Offers quiet, comfortable typing. Battery can last up to three years depending on use.
Space bar positioning is a little hard to get used to. Will not last as long under heavy use.
Features a spill-resistant design. Includes a wired optical mouse. Keyboard has wired USB connections. Lasts a long time even under daily use.
Keys can feel a little mushy. Doesn't have many extra features.
Keys are backlit and the brightness can be adjusted. Rechargeable with included micro-USB cable. You can get up to 10 days with one charge. Offers quiet, comfortable typing.
A full charge takes 3-6 hours. Difficult to clean. Keys are delicate and easy to break.
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