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BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White

BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White

BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
BlackWidow Lite TKL Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard : Orange Key Switches - Tactile & Silent - White Individual Key Lighting - Compact Design - Detachable Cable - Mercury White
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Features

  • Zero Compromise Mechanical Switch for Speed & Accuracy: Razer Orange switch technology provides tactile feedback with a quieter click, requiring 45 G of actuation force: ideal for most gaming and typing experiences
  • Included O Ring Sound Dampeners: Further reduces key noise, travel distance, and typing fatigue
  • Individually Backlit Keys: White LED lighting with full brightness control beyond the customizability of zone lit keyboards (as shown in images)
  • Fully Programmable Macro Support: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands
  • Tournament Ready Design: A tenkeyless design with a detachable USB cable provides a portable form factor for on the go gamers
  • Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks with a 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • 10-key rollover anti-ghosting

Description

The black Widow Lite keyboard boasts the powerful performance of a RAZER mechanical gaming Keyboard with a sleek, minimalist profile that's fit for the professional environment. Equipped with RAZER Orange mechanical switches that provide near-silent, tactile feedback, the Razer Black Widow Lite ensures the best typing experience possible while being discreet.


Brand Razer


Series Blackwidow


Item model number RZ03-02640700-R3M1


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Color Mercury White


Manufacturer Razer Inc.


ASIN B07SKF5JPT


Date First Available May 30, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 484 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,452 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #196 in PC Gaming Keyboards


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Features

  • Zero Compromise Mechanical Switch for Speed & Accuracy: Razer Orange switch technology provides tactile feedback with a quieter click, requiring 45 G of actuation force: ideal for most gaming and typing experiences
  • Included O Ring Sound Dampeners: Further reduces key noise, travel distance, and typing fatigue
  • Individually Backlit Keys: White LED lighting with full brightness control beyond the customizability of zone lit keyboards (as shown in images)
  • Fully Programmable Macro Support: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands
  • Tournament Ready Design: A tenkeyless design with a detachable USB cable provides a portable form factor for on the go gamers
  • Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks with a 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • 10-key rollover anti-ghosting

Description

The black Widow Lite keyboard boasts the powerful performance of a RAZER mechanical gaming Keyboard with a sleek, minimalist profile that's fit for the professional environment. Equipped with RAZER Orange mechanical switches that provide near-silent, tactile feedback, the Razer Black Widow Lite ensures the best typing experience possible while being discreet.


Brand Razer


Series Blackwidow


Item model number RZ03-02640700-R3M1


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Color Mercury White


Manufacturer Razer Inc.


ASIN B07SKF5JPT


Date First Available May 30, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 484 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,452 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #196 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Zero Compromise Mechanical Switch for Speed & Accuracy: Razer Orange switch technology provides tactile feedback with a quieter click, requiring 45 G of actuation force: ideal for most gaming and typing experiences
  • Included O Ring Sound Dampeners: Further reduces key noise, travel distance, and typing fatigue
  • Individually Backlit Keys: White LED lighting with full brightness control beyond the customizability of zone lit keyboards (as shown in images)
  • Fully Programmable Macro Support: Razer Hypershift allows for all keys and keypress combinations to be remapped to execute complex commands
  • Tournament Ready Design: A tenkeyless design with a detachable USB cable provides a portable form factor for on the go gamers
  • Durable Construction: Supports up to 80 million clicks with a 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • 10-key rollover anti-ghosting

Description

The black Widow Lite keyboard boasts the powerful performance of a RAZER mechanical gaming Keyboard with a sleek, minimalist profile that's fit for the professional environment. Equipped with RAZER Orange mechanical switches that provide near-silent, tactile feedback, the Razer Black Widow Lite ensures the best typing experience possible while being discreet.


Brand Razer


Series Blackwidow


Item model number RZ03-02640700-R3M1


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.24 x 14.22 x 1.42 inches


Color Mercury White


Manufacturer Razer Inc.


ASIN B07SKF5JPT


Date First Available May 30, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 484 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,452 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #196 in PC Gaming Keyboards


abunda_amazon_reviews Update: after a few months, the 'a' key has become defective. It sometimes types two 'a's for each physical press. Not something I would expect for an expensive keyboard. The Razer Orange switches, which are designed to approximate Cherry MX Browns, feel nice. The tactile feedback resembles rubber dome keys. They're loud, however. I measured them at 63 dB without the O-rings (slightly louder than "normal conversation" according to scales), and 61 dB with the O-rings installed. The keyboard is described in the page title as "Tactile & Silent," which is clearly false. I don't think anyone would call normal conversation "silent." The O-rings are not pre-installed. You have to install them yourself, which is annoying as it takes about 45 minutes. There were 91 O-rings and a key puller in the box. The LED back-lighting is uneven and poorly implemented. The images on this page are misleading. They show regular and shifted characters (5 and % for example) as equally visible, but only because they shine a spot-light on the keyboard when they take the photos. In the real world, the shifted characters are practically invisible. On keys where the printed characters take two lines, such as "Page Up", the lower line is not back-lit, and are only marginally visible in low light. The caps lock key turns green when enabled. The floating key (low profile frame) design is nice--it's easier to keep the keyboard clean. The USB cable is braided and removable. USB A to USB micro-B. Better keyboards, including some in the same price range, are USB-C on the keyboard end. The key caps are beveled moderately aggressively. Shifted characters are printed below the regular characters, which definitely looks strange. When back-lighting is off, the characters are harder to see than on a regular non-LED keyboard. I wouldn't suggest turning off the LEDs, but this is a problem for the unlit characters, which are hardly visible, and are even less so when other characters near them are back-lit. The back-lighting works without software. You'd have to install Razer's software to customize the back-lighting, create macros, etc. I chose not to install the software, and I find the keyboard perfectly usable. The manual is poorly written. You don't need to read the manual to use the keyboard, but there are reasons to be concerned. Like many tech manuals, there are pages in several other languages. One of these pages--Chinese, I think--mentions "mercury" and "cadmium" (in English words). I can't tell what it says since it's mostly not English and there's no English equivalent. There's also a warranty for Australia. Nothing for the US or other countries. We don't get a warranty? 10-key rollover according to Razer's website. Keyboards in the $100 range usually have N-key. It's also strange that it's not "6" or "N", which are more common, but either way it's not good. There definitely aren't any high-end features, such as USB pass-through or a detachable numpad.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;False Advertising;;J;;;Both my kids have Razer gaming keyboards - the more expensive ones like the Blackwidow Elite and the Tournament edition. I wanted to get in on the action and thought this would be a good way to start, as well as help my productivity. Unfortunately this keyboard has a major flaw - the keys don't depress smoothly. They will "catch" on the sides and won't fully depress, or even not pop back up. I tried removing the worst offender (the "E" key) with the keycap puller and reseating it. I tried it with and without the "O" ring. Nothing made a difference. It's good to look at, the lighting is nice and I was looking forward to having a backlit keyboard as I typically keep my office lights low. I'll give it 2 stars for aesthetics and materials but it sort of has to be a good keyboard first, which the one I received was not. I've returned the item.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Sticky / Chunky Keys;;Pen;;;So I just got this keytboard I am coming from a Razer Blackwidow V2 also with orange switches. I wantred to enable more space on my desk for my mouse, tsince I don't really use the tenkey part of the keybaord. I am finding that this kleyboard is difficult to type on as I keep hitting two keys, or keys in the wrong oeder, or the wrong lkey. I am not dedleting any of my mistakes as a way to give a beter review. Maybe I just am not good at tpying, but I have no prtoblem on my other keytboardf. This is going to go back, unfortunalyer as I don't wnat to deal with constantly retyping stuff. For some reason I can type much better on a flat Apple style keyboard as I don't have to lift up my fingers so much. I thinjk mechanical keybaords are overrated.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;AnOT for me....;;Jack Wilson;;;A great keyboard. But know what you're getting into This is a full size keyboard at tenkeyless size. So you have to adjust !If you have large width fingers (fat Fingers) I highly suggest you pick something else Pros- Brown low profile key switches Minimal key travel small and lightweight full keyboard compact size Long Cable Cons- Key board layout non detachable cables off white print fingers feel cramped Price;;Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good Keyboard, Know what you're getting into;;mogulmatter;;;The box says "for gamers by gamers" but I'm a programmer not a gamer... I have a much cheaper tenkeyless keyboard with noisy blue cherry keys that I really like but is too noisy for my wife since I work from home. I chose this keyboard because their website had sound samples and so I had a good idea that it would be quieter before I paid so much. It is MUCH quieter than the blue cherry as I hoped. The O rings help only a little bit. My wife is MUCH happier too. The downside is that the shifted function on the keys is not backlit. The first image shows the keyboard with backlighting on. I replaced the 0) key with one from my blue cherry keyboard. It fit and the second image shows that the ) is visible with the backlight on the other keyboard. Unfortunately the skirt is too long on the keys for the blue cherry keyboard and the stroke bottoms out on the skirt, which increases the noise. I used a dremel tool to scratch some of the secondary functions through the black paint so that they are visible with backlighting. It's not pretty but it works for me. Such a small change in how they printed the keycaps and it would have been a great keyboard for gamers and programmers.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;quiet but back lighting not the best for programmer;;R. Noack

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By J - Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019
False Advertising
Update: after a few months, the 'a' key has become defective. It sometimes types two 'a's for each physical press. Not something I would expect for an expensive keyboard. The Razer Orange switches, which are designed to approximate Cherry MX Browns, feel nice. The tactile feedback resembles rubber dome keys. They're loud, however. I measured them at 63 dB without the O-rings (slightly louder than "normal conversation" according to scales), and 61 dB with the O-rings installed. The keyboard is described in the page title as "Tactile & Silent," which is clearly false. I don't think anyone would call normal conversation "silent." The O-rings are not pre-installed. You have to install them yourself, which is annoying as it takes about 45 minutes. There were 91 O-rings and a key puller in the box. The LED back-lighting is uneven and poorly implemented. The images on this page are misleading. They show regular and shifted characters (5 and % for example) as equally visible, but only because they shine a spot-light on the keyboard when they take the photos. In the real world, the shifted characters are practically invisible. On keys where the printed characters take two lines, such as "Page Up", the lower line is not back-lit, and are only marginally visible in low light. The caps lock key turns green when enabled. The floating key (low profile frame) design is nice--it's easier to keep the keyboard clean. The USB cable is braided and removable. USB A to USB micro-B. Better keyboards, including some in the same price range, are USB-C on the keyboard end. The key caps are beveled moderately aggressively. Shifted characters are printed below the regular characters, which definitely looks strange. When back-lighting is off, the characters are harder to see than on a regular non-LED keyboard. I wouldn't suggest turning off the LEDs, but this is a problem for the unlit characters, which are hardly visible, and are even less so when other characters near them are back-lit. The back-lighting works without software. You'd have to install Razer's software to customize the back-lighting, create macros, etc. I chose not to install the software, and I find the keyboard perfectly usable. The manual is poorly written. You don't need to read the manual to use the keyboard, but there are reasons to be concerned. Like many tech manuals, there are pages in several other languages. One of these pages--Chinese, I think--mentions "mercury" and "cadmium" (in English words). I can't tell what it says since it's mostly not English and there's no English equivalent. There's also a warranty for Australia. Nothing for the US or other countries. We don't get a warranty? 10-key rollover according to Razer's website. Keyboards in the $100 range usually have N-key. It's also strange that it's not "6" or "N", which are more common, but either way it's not good. There definitely aren't any high-end features, such as USB pass-through or a detachable numpad.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Pen - Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019
Sticky / Chunky Keys
Both my kids have Razer gaming keyboards - the more expensive ones like the Blackwidow Elite and the Tournament edition. I wanted to get in on the action and thought this would be a good way to start, as well as help my productivity. Unfortunately this keyboard has a major flaw - the keys don't depress smoothly. They will "catch" on the sides and won't fully depress, or even not pop back up. I tried removing the worst offender (the "E" key) with the keycap puller and reseating it. I tried it with and without the "O" ring. Nothing made a difference. It's good to look at, the lighting is nice and I was looking forward to having a backlit keyboard as I typically keep my office lights low. I'll give it 2 stars for aesthetics and materials but it sort of has to be a good keyboard first, which the one I received was not. I've returned the item.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jack Wilson - Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019
AnOT for me....
So I just got this keytboard I am coming from a Razer Blackwidow V2 also with orange switches. I wantred to enable more space on my desk for my mouse, tsince I don't really use the tenkey part of the keybaord. I am finding that this kleyboard is difficult to type on as I keep hitting two keys, or keys in the wrong oeder, or the wrong lkey. I am not dedleting any of my mistakes as a way to give a beter review. Maybe I just am not good at tpying, but I have no prtoblem on my other keytboardf. This is going to go back, unfortunalyer as I don't wnat to deal with constantly retyping stuff. For some reason I can type much better on a flat Apple style keyboard as I don't have to lift up my fingers so much. I thinjk mechanical keybaords are overrated.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By mogulmatter - Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2019
Good Keyboard, Know what you're getting into
A great keyboard. But know what you're getting into This is a full size keyboard at tenkeyless size. So you have to adjust !If you have large width fingers (fat Fingers) I highly suggest you pick something else Pros- Brown low profile key switches Minimal key travel small and lightweight full keyboard compact size Long Cable Cons- Key board layout non detachable cables off white print fingers feel cramped Price

4.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Noack - Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2019
quiet but back lighting not the best for programmer
The box says "for gamers by gamers" but I'm a programmer not a gamer... I have a much cheaper tenkeyless keyboard with noisy blue cherry keys that I really like but is too noisy for my wife since I work from home. I chose this keyboard because their website had sound samples and so I had a good idea that it would be quieter before I paid so much. It is MUCH quieter than the blue cherry as I hoped. The O rings help only a little bit. My wife is MUCH happier too. The downside is that the shifted function on the keys is not backlit. The first image shows the keyboard with backlighting on. I replaced the 0) key with one from my blue cherry keyboard. It fit and the second image shows that the ) is visible with the backlight on the other keyboard. Unfortunately the skirt is too long on the keys for the blue cherry keyboard and the stroke bottoms out on the skirt, which increases the noise. I used a dremel tool to scratch some of the secondary functions through the black paint so that they are visible with backlighting. It's not pretty but it works for me. Such a small change in how they printed the keycaps and it would have been a great keyboard for gamers and programmers.

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2.0 out of 5 stars
By J - Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019
False Advertising
Update: after a few months, the 'a' key has become defective. It sometimes types two 'a's for each physical press. Not something I would expect for an expensive keyboard. The Razer Orange switches, which are designed to approximate Cherry MX Browns, feel nice. The tactile feedback resembles rubber dome keys. They're loud, however. I measured them at 63 dB without the O-rings (slightly louder than "normal conversation" according to scales), and 61 dB with the O-rings installed. The keyboard is described in the page title as "Tactile & Silent," which is clearly false. I don't think anyone would call normal conversation "silent." The O-rings are not pre-installed. You have to install them yourself, which is annoying as it takes about 45 minutes. There were 91 O-rings and a key puller in the box. The LED back-lighting is uneven and poorly implemented. The images on this page are misleading. They show regular and shifted characters (5 and % for example) as equally visible, but only because they shine a spot-light on the keyboard when they take the photos. In the real world, the shifted characters are practically invisible. On keys where the printed characters take two lines, such as "Page Up", the lower line is not back-lit, and are only marginally visible in low light. The caps lock key turns green when enabled. The floating key (low profile frame) design is nice--it's easier to keep the keyboard clean. The USB cable is braided and removable. USB A to USB micro-B. Better keyboards, including some in the same price range, are USB-C on the keyboard end. The key caps are beveled moderately aggressively. Shifted characters are printed below the regular characters, which definitely looks strange. When back-lighting is off, the characters are harder to see than on a regular non-LED keyboard. I wouldn't suggest turning off the LEDs, but this is a problem for the unlit characters, which are hardly visible, and are even less so when other characters near them are back-lit. The back-lighting works without software. You'd have to install Razer's software to customize the back-lighting, create macros, etc. I chose not to install the software, and I find the keyboard perfectly usable. The manual is poorly written. You don't need to read the manual to use the keyboard, but there are reasons to be concerned. Like many tech manuals, there are pages in several other languages. One of these pages--Chinese, I think--mentions "mercury" and "cadmium" (in English words). I can't tell what it says since it's mostly not English and there's no English equivalent. There's also a warranty for Australia. Nothing for the US or other countries. We don't get a warranty? 10-key rollover according to Razer's website. Keyboards in the $100 range usually have N-key. It's also strange that it's not "6" or "N", which are more common, but either way it's not good. There definitely aren't any high-end features, such as USB pass-through or a detachable numpad.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Pen - Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019
Sticky / Chunky Keys
Both my kids have Razer gaming keyboards - the more expensive ones like the Blackwidow Elite and the Tournament edition. I wanted to get in on the action and thought this would be a good way to start, as well as help my productivity. Unfortunately this keyboard has a major flaw - the keys don't depress smoothly. They will "catch" on the sides and won't fully depress, or even not pop back up. I tried removing the worst offender (the "E" key) with the keycap puller and reseating it. I tried it with and without the "O" ring. Nothing made a difference. It's good to look at, the lighting is nice and I was looking forward to having a backlit keyboard as I typically keep my office lights low. I'll give it 2 stars for aesthetics and materials but it sort of has to be a good keyboard first, which the one I received was not. I've returned the item.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jack Wilson - Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2019
AnOT for me....
So I just got this keytboard I am coming from a Razer Blackwidow V2 also with orange switches. I wantred to enable more space on my desk for my mouse, tsince I don't really use the tenkey part of the keybaord. I am finding that this kleyboard is difficult to type on as I keep hitting two keys, or keys in the wrong oeder, or the wrong lkey. I am not dedleting any of my mistakes as a way to give a beter review. Maybe I just am not good at tpying, but I have no prtoblem on my other keytboardf. This is going to go back, unfortunalyer as I don't wnat to deal with constantly retyping stuff. For some reason I can type much better on a flat Apple style keyboard as I don't have to lift up my fingers so much. I thinjk mechanical keybaords are overrated.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By mogulmatter - Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2019
Good Keyboard, Know what you're getting into
A great keyboard. But know what you're getting into This is a full size keyboard at tenkeyless size. So you have to adjust !If you have large width fingers (fat Fingers) I highly suggest you pick something else Pros- Brown low profile key switches Minimal key travel small and lightweight full keyboard compact size Long Cable Cons- Key board layout non detachable cables off white print fingers feel cramped Price

4.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Noack - Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2019
quiet but back lighting not the best for programmer
The box says "for gamers by gamers" but I'm a programmer not a gamer... I have a much cheaper tenkeyless keyboard with noisy blue cherry keys that I really like but is too noisy for my wife since I work from home. I chose this keyboard because their website had sound samples and so I had a good idea that it would be quieter before I paid so much. It is MUCH quieter than the blue cherry as I hoped. The O rings help only a little bit. My wife is MUCH happier too. The downside is that the shifted function on the keys is not backlit. The first image shows the keyboard with backlighting on. I replaced the 0) key with one from my blue cherry keyboard. It fit and the second image shows that the ) is visible with the backlight on the other keyboard. Unfortunately the skirt is too long on the keys for the blue cherry keyboard and the stroke bottoms out on the skirt, which increases the noise. I used a dremel tool to scratch some of the secondary functions through the black paint so that they are visible with backlighting. It's not pretty but it works for me. Such a small change in how they printed the keycaps and it would have been a great keyboard for gamers and programmers.