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Razer Deathstalker Expert Gaming Keyboard

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  • Fully programmable slim Chiclet key caps
  • 10 Key Rollover in gaming mode
  • Razer Synapse 2.0
  • Anti-ghosting capability for up to 10 simultaneous key presses
  • Green LED back lit keys

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Style Name: Expert
Technical Details
BrandRazer
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions52.4 x 26 x 6.4 cm
Item model numberRZ03-00800400-R3W1
SeriesDeathstalker Expert
  
Additional Information
ASINB00AU2SFCS
Best Sellers Rank 856 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 Kg
Date First Available30 Jan. 2013
  
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More Control, More Win

The Razer DeathStalker gaming keyboard delivers merciless 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 lightning speed and in comfort, executing commands for your master plan faster than enemies can react. Unlike traditional keyboards that can only register up to three simultaneous key presses, the superior anti-ghosting technology built into the Razer DeathStalker allows up to 10 simultaneous key presses to obliterate the competition more effortlessly. Every key actuated at the same time will respond accurately in-game with zero lag.

At the Centre of Control

Fire up your lightning fast reflexes and competitive instincts with a fully back-lit gaming keyboard designed for blazing fast actuations, empowering you to unleash as many commands and macros as there are fingers on both your hands. Give no quarter with the Razer DeathStalker.


Fully Programmable Slim Chiclet Keycaps

The slim 2 mm chiclet keycaps on the Razer DeathStalker ensure less time is needed to actuate each key so you can react faster to situations and enemies. Your fingers can move quickly between the keys, ensuring your entire master plan for gaming domination is executed instantly.

Individually Backlit Keys

Whether you’re gaming under low-light, or no light, individually backlit keys ensure you never misclick – after all, it could very well be the difference between victory and death.

10 Key Rollover in Gaming Mode

Actuate as many keys as you have fingers, and have all of them register accurately and quickly in-game. With the Razer DeathStalker’s anti-ghosting capabilities, you can deliver overwhelming destruction to your opponents, and ensure that every command is registered and executed perfectly.

Ride into the Gaming Zone

Strip away all distractions and focus fully on the game, when you can disable the Windows key. You’ll never miss a crucial in-game moment if you’re not accidentally switching out to the desktop.

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Razer Synapse is the cutting-edge intuitive proprietary software that functions as the Razer DeathStalker’s brain, automatically syncing the gaming keyboard to a cloud server to download driver and firmware updates, while saving your individual settings. Sync your custom settings and macros automatically with this unified configurator, allowing customisation of all your Razer products with a single login.

Ergonomic Palm Rest

The Razer DeathStalker gaming keyboard has been designed with an integrated palm rest, so your wrists are supported as you WASD your way to victory, or stay up all night typing out that comprehensive ninety-page strategy for your clan’s next tournament.

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Razer Deathstalker Expert Gaming Keyboard
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Style Name: Expert Verified Purchase
I love this keyboard. It's joy using it.
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.
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Hummed and ahhhhed over buying this keyboard for a long time. I'm a big fan of Razer products, specifically the gaming mice. So I thought this level of excellence would be extended to the keyboards. It really pains me to have to admit that this keyboard just didn't work for me. Switching from an ageing saitek eclipse I thought this was the right move. As it turns out I'm back on the eclipse while I research it's replacement. As I had to return this in the end.

To echo other reviewers sentiments it does come across as style over substance. It looks beautiful, the green glow from the keys is simply outstanding. The modern typeface used took a while to get used to as did the key spacing and the flatness of the actual profile. The key presses are a little soft and not a nice tactile feel to them either.

However I got used to it and started to get comfortable with it. Playing games such as Airland battle and ARMA 3 I found certain keys difficult to press, specifically the left control key. As usually have my baby finger hanging off the edge if this key. This wasn't possible with this type of keyboard. This will be down to me not using these type of keys before. As I usually have the raised keyboards.

The main problem with this keyboard was the entire reason I sent it back. I think it was like this from the word go but I overlooked it as I can type a little too fast for my own good at times. So I thought the errors etc appearing where of my own doing. They weren't, basically keys where repeating. This became more prominent whilst typing up some copy for a design project. Sometimes a double key press or a triple but then it started to get worse. To the point I was spending more time correcting emails and copy than actual design.
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I was bored so I bought one of these to replace my low profile Logitech keyboard

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.
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Upon setting my new keyboard up I expected it to be the beginning of a long and happy relationship. Six weeks later it is in a box and has been replaced by a Corsair mechanical keyboard.

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.
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Thanks to Amazon I had the fortune to try a mechanical-style keyboard before finally settling on this one as they are heavily praised and lauded by the gaming community for precision and responsiveness. If you get the opportunity to do so, it is well worth trying the mechanical and chiclet styles for yourself to see what suits you best. Incidentally, I found the mechanical style too bulky and actually slowed down my typing simply because you have to lift your fingers that little bit higher between keystrokes. I chose the Deathstalker as it has an excellent comfortable design for large hands and a high quality build overall and wasn't disappointed. Slight niggle - don't touch it when your computer is turned off or it will light up and annoying there is no way of turning the lights off until you run through another computer power cycle.
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