This mechanical keyboard includes a wrist rest and audio-out/mic-in jacks. The backlight colors can be customized for each key and 5 keys are available that can be programmed as macros. Comfortable to use and lasts a long time.
The software that you have to use to customize the backlight is hard to use and the keys are fairly loud even for a mechanical keyboard.
This keyboard features mecha-membrane keys, which have a soft membrane dome with a crisp click like mechanical keys. Includes a wrist rest and multi-colored backlight that is fully customizable. Keeps up with even the quickest typing.
The wrist rest starts to wear fairly quickly.
Features a completely customizable, multi-colored backlight and programmable keys that can be used for macros. The quiet keys are comfortable to use and are spill-resistant.
The software needed to customize the keys and backlight can be confusing.
The DeathStalker features slim chiclet keycaps and a built-in wrist rest. Keeps up with all keystrokes and is comfortable to use. Features a green backlight to easily see each key.
The larger keys are fragile and can break if removing for cleaning.
The mechanical keys come with a 2-year warranty and keep up with every keystroke. The braided USB cable is detachable and the keyboard comes with a carrying case. The compact design makes it easier to transport while still easy and comfortable to use.
The keys are a little loud, even for a mechanical keyboard.
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You don’t want an everyday keyboard if you’re a serious computer gamer. Razer has a range of keyboards designed with computer games in mind, with dedicated key switches (Razer-branded clones of Cherry MX switches from multiple manufacturers.) Razer keyboards come in 3 types: mechanical, where there is a distinct clack to the keys; membrane, which is soft and responsive, and mecha membrane, which is a hybrid of the 2. Ergonomic styling makes longer play time possible, as do thoughtful additions like wrist rests. All of them look pretty sleek as well – jet black with some snazzy underlighting behind the keys for a techno effect.
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