Joined on 09/17/11
Pros: *Looks wonderful *Grip feels nice for large hands *Did I mention it's beautiful?
Cons: *Mouse buttons feel flimsy *Scrollwheel started failing after four months *Cursor sometimes jumps around
Overall Review: I purchased this mouse to go with my new computer, speed was difficult to get used to (going from a generic $10 mouse) but overall I was very satisfied. The only problem is that the mouse wheel started acting up about a month ago. At first I thought it was nothing, but it's progressed to the point where trying to scroll up on a page or in on a game causes zooming in-out-in-in-out-out etc. before I can manage to finally get it to where I want it. As I said above, I'm pretty happy with this mouse, but I really wish Razer would actually put some effort into making their products work past the "You can't return this now" date.
Pros: -Looks nice -Glows so I can see it in the dark -Macro Keys -Window's lock is a huge plus, stops me accidentally minimizing my games when I'm trying to hit alt or ctrl.
Cons: -Backspace and enter keys are pretty small -You have to push these keys down ALL THE WAY and hold them there or you'll get no movement or keystroke. -Far too big in my opinion, barely fits on my desk -Movement keys have a tendency to get stuck somehow... esp. the d key. -Keyboard stopped working for a week due to driver malfunction. -Too high a cost for what you get
Overall Review: Purchased this because it was one of the only blue-led keyboards and looked like it had a lot of nice stuff on it. Got it, enjoyed it for 3 months, then it stopped working, had to reinstall drivers three times before it started back up again. Also, the wasd keys have a tendency to get stuck, and I don't know about you guys, but when I'm trying to edge out around cover and find myself hurtling to the left into a burst of bullets, I tend to get slightly annoyed. All in all, it's a decent keyboard, but not one that I would have spent $70 on if I'd know about problems that I'd have.