Sorry about the video quality, my camera didn’t want to film this one.
Bit of a different keyboard for me, also I have eliminated most of the reverberant desk noise from this video (sorry that it was in the last).
My impressions of using this keyboard for a day of typing and gaming is quite negative. The Romer-G switches are quiet, but they have a rubbery and soft bottoming out feel and sound that makes them feel a lot like a rubber dome keyboard. Added to that the stabilisers are really loud and rattly (they are cherry style PCB mount), it kind of defeats the purpose of making a rubbery feeling switch like this. The switches don’t handle off centre key presses either well, and the tactile bump is very short and not very pronounced.
The keycaps have a soft touch finish to them, which I quite dislike. The also have quite sharp edges that I ended up hitting a fair bit due to the aggressive profile of the keycaps.
The lighting is very vibrant and nice (doesn’t show up well on camera), but the lighting modes are quite restrictive for a keyboard of this price, although the heat map mode is quite cool.
The keyboard is also very high from the desk and this makes it quite uncomfortable to find an appropriately comfortable position for gaming of typing. Also, I noticed quite a bit of board flex when typing on it (there’s only a plastic plate and the switches don’t actually clip into it), that coupled with the hollow ping sound that you get from it makes it unpleasant to type on and to listen to.
One more note: I bought this keyboard from Amazon UK, they shipped it without any additional packaging, i.e. they slapped a shipping label to the keyboard’s box! The box doesn’t have any additional packaging material, like foam, or even a plastic protector over the top of the keyboard.
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