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Razer DeathStalker Green Backlight Expert Gaming Keyboard (Fully Programmable with 10 Key Rollover)
|Price:||£69.98 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
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The Razer DeathStalker gaming keyboard delivers high power with its slim keycaps designed for shorter travel distance and rapid-fire actuations. Your fingers will be flying across the low-profile keys at high speed and in comfort, executing commands for your master plan quickly than enemies can react. Unlike traditional keyboards that can only register up to three simultaneous key presses, the anti-ghosting technology built into the Razer DeathStalker allows up to 10 simultaneous key presses to destroy the competition. Every key actuated at the same time will respond accurately in-game with zero lag.
Razer Deathstalker Expert Gaming Keyboard
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It feels great typing with it, the green backlight is very bright (configurable), and it has some cool features like the gaming mode and those macros.
Every single key is completely customizable. For example: you can switch the Y and Z keys, if you're not using the UK system language.
Also the palm rest is awesome. Your hands won't slip off, and like I've said before- feels great while using it.
About the shipment...it took them 1 week to get the item from UK to Central Europe, which is OK IMO.
They've sent me the exact time of arrival, and it came on that day.
And after all...this is Razer we're talking about. So you can count on it.
The fact that this keyboard has low profile keys is very nice, it makes typing and gaming require so much less effort.
As with any other Razer product, you should use Razer Synapse 2.0 to get the best out of it. Through this is was able to rebind the useless right click button to task manager, the scrolllock button to mute mic and create create profiles for all my games.
The backlight is amazingly bright and the famous Razer green colour.
However, it is expensive, especially when you consider it isn't mechanical. Another issue I occasionally get is when I'm playing an fps and the keyboard jams, requiring me to unplug and replug it.
Edit: Built a new computer and no longer seem to have jamming issue, probably a problem with the port or motherboard.
Over time the flex got worse as the plastic broke in from use and now it is quite annoying to use as the keyboard bounces noticably when typing.
For the price, this is ridiculous.
I researched a few keyboards before settling on this one and noticed a lot of fuss being made about mechanical switches (particularly the Cherry MX type), regarding their accuracy, feel / responsiveness and anti-ghosting properties, but in the end decided that a chiclet type keyboard was for me. Chiclet keys are much smaller, with shorter travel distances and just seem to suit my typing style much better.
Overall this keyboard is a pretty straightforward piece of kit. No banks of special function keys, screens or USB ports, as found on higher-spec models. It is still built with the gamer in mind though, as 2 of the standard function keys enable macros to be recorded and disable the Windows key (no more accidentally switching to your desktop mid-battle). It can also be configured using the Synapse software (not included - you have to go to the Razer website to download this).
So, not the fanciest keyboard around, but it does the business for me.
For sure it is a beautiful keyboard. Sharp styling and cool backlighting. However I have been unable to get used to the key action, which to me feels cheap and unresponsive. Even though the keys are very low profile they still have a 'mushy', imprecise feel to them. Gaming is OK but not much better than a £10 membrane keyboard. Typing performance is poor compared to any mechanical keyboard. I had wrongly assumed the keys would feel like a quality laptop or my previous low-profile keyboard (Logitech dinovo); sadly this is simply not the case.
From the positive reviews on here it is clear that many owners are happy with the key action. But as the satisfied owner of multiple Razer mice this keyboard has left me disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had this keyboard for over a year now and I love it, great feel when using my PC which provides less of a strain on my hands when I am on my PC for an extended period of time so I... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by James Smith
This is a great keyboard with fantastic, continuously updated software.
I also use the Razer Naga 2014 MMO mouse which when both are together just compete the PC set up. Read more
loving the keyboard and the lighting is class!! comfortable feel. i havnt had a chance to test all the fancy features yet but so far so goodPublished 6 days ago by Oran Mc Gill
This keyboard is very nice. The build quality is very good and it feels like it should last a while. It is very good looking and nice to type on. Read morePublished 14 days ago by sam tier
Well up to what I wanted great background lighting well laid out worth itPublished 24 days ago by peter
I love this keyboard. I've had this for about 8 months now and found no major problems with it. The keys are stylishly placed low which means crumbs cant get into the keyboard at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan Manwaring