Our Review/Thoughts

As for general characteristics I also go through in my video, and in comparison with my Azio:- Keys have a higher seated profile, but same length/width dimensions

They board features Blue lights that you have the ability to turn off

If this is your first mechanical, you *will* want to purchase one (there are some fancy ones going for about $7 here on Amazon), but they are such an inexpensive inclusion that I am boggled by the over-sight

This has remained completely squeak free! Well, it is inevitable that sooner or later it will, but nothing out-of-the-box

Gaming is how you would expect, allowing me to press buttons rapidly and without fail

this is a great keyboard im actually typing on it now i just love the tactile clickyness of the outemu blue switches the LEDs are bright enough and has very good options of colors to your liking or mood and also its built very solid very heavy for a keyboard all made of aluminum and the keys are suspended giving you to actually customize to new keycaps either colored ones blank make sure they are compatible either cherry outemu or kahil one downside is that theres no software to control the effects of the LEDs but overall its a great beginners mechanical keyboard like myself i highly recommende this keyboard if youre a beginner into mech keyboards now with the holidays coming up its also a great gift I take a look at the lighting, key switches (Space Bar, J) and their going-back-on behavior, actuation force, clickiness with other observations interspersed

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