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Cyborg V7 Keyboard

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
3.9 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

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  • Multi-colour backlighting with Tru Vu illumination through keys and adjustable brightness
  • Touch-sensitive, backlit dashboard control panel and gold-plated connectors for USB and Audio
  • WASD, cursor, 'Cyborg' and NumPad keys can be lit independently from the rest of keyboard
  • Cyborg Mode - disable the Windows keys and configure the colour and brightness of gaming keys
  • Set and forget - persistent key illumination settings ensure colours remain even after a system reboot
  • 12 programmable 'Cyborg' keys
  • Hard wearing, metal-plated key caps in key gaming areas
  • Pass-through USB, audio and microphone sockets
  • Enhanced multiple key presses in gaming areas for complex in-game commands
  • Adjustable wrist rest and keyboard rake angle (front and back)
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B000Y16JSM
  • Item Weight: 245 g
  • Release Date: 6 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,876 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Saitek Cyborg V.7 Keyboard

Amazon.co.uk Review

Features

- Multi-colour backlighting with Tru Vu illumination through keys and adjustable brightness
- Touch-sensitive, backlit dashboard control panel and gold-plated connectors for USB and Audio
- WASD, cursor, ‘Cyborg’ and NumPad keys can be lit independently from the rest of keyboard
- Cyborg Mode – disable the Windows keys and configure the colour and brightness of gaming keys
- Set and forget – persistent key illumination settings ensure colours remain even after a system reboot
- 12 programmable ‘Cyborg’ keys
- Hard wearing, metal-plated key caps in key gaming areas
- Pass-through USB, audio and microphone sockets
- Enhanced multiple key presses in gaming areas for complex in-game commands
- Adjustable wrist rest and keyboard rake angle (front and back)

Descriptions

High-end, adjustable, gaming keyboard with customisable backlighting, programmable functions and media keys.


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To be honest, the rest of the reviews on this keyboard are abit harsh.
This keyboard is quite cheap considering it has 12 fully customisable macro keys, which can be delayed between actions for those who play mmorpgs.
The touch sensitive strip is touch sensitive.. ive had no problems with it and only requires a light touch.
The appearance of the keyboard is up to personal judgement.. personally i like it, its massive, the keys are nicely spaced and it gives a good typing and gaming experience.
I am someone who normally doesnt take well to change and after having my old keyboard for several years, im surprised that ive taken so quickly to this new one.
The lighting is good but i would have liked to see a blue or purple light.. the metal keys do not take away from the keyboard's aesthetic value.
Overall i like this keyboard and dont regret buying it :)
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As a heads up, I Used to use an Ideazon Z-Board, as was a MMORPG'er, but since I've stopped playing, I didn't see the need for an interchangeable keyboard (That was starting to wear down after 3 year use)

Well... What Can I Say? It's a lot better than I expected it to be. I don't think you would be disappointed.

I thought it was going to be an average keyboard, with backlighting, but was I wrong. It's a cross between an Awesome Keyboard and Star-Trek. I absolutely Love it.

I have only been playing with it for two days, but even so, I'm that impressed.

Lets start with the Backlighting; there are 5 colours to choose from, with 5 different brightness settings (4 on, 1 off). I will say it would be nice to see a light blue colour, but that's just me. The colour really intensifies the keys, and makes playing in the night so much more enjoyable

Then, The Cyborg settings, which allow the user to change the separate key settings with colours and brightness, is an absolute charm, As when I've tried playing it with the full brightness on all keys, was very distracting, So I dimmed down all other keys apart from WASD, and the changes in my kill streak increased, as the keyboard wasn't distracting, but was easy enough to see every other key in the darkness (Especially good, when you have keys bound to in-game commands that are close to each other, and you accidentally press the wrong one, this completely solves the issue), and the fact that Cyborg mode, disables the windows key, is a life saver. The amount of times, that the windows key has interrupted my game play, I can't even count.
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Some of the previous reviews almost put me off buying this keyboard, but I decided they were the exception to the rule - usually people write when they are angry not when they were satisfied.

The main complaint (before) was that the keys were not great for touch typing. I admit I've felt more responsive keys on other kayboards; they have a 'spongy' feel about them. However I found them excellent for typing unlike the comments made before, and the rest of the keyboard is a very professional build.

The main attraction about the Cyborg is it's impressive light display. Yes there is no "cool" blue, but there are all shades of red, yellow and green which you can assign to different areas. You also have 12 macro keys (which I've yet to use). The whole thing was dead easy to set up; I only plugged in the 1 USB interface, there's another for a by-pass, plus audio/headphone connectors.

I use the Cyborg to play World of Warcraft and its great not to have to put the lights on in the room to see what you are doing.

I'd recommend this illuminated keyboard to anyone who wants the ultimate gaming experience!
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This was a fantastic keyboard to start off, did what I was looking for, and did it very well.

Unfortunately, after a while, the joy began to wear off, and all I can say is, this keyboard isn't built to last. A year after the keyboard was bought, the numerical number 9 stopped working, fortunately, this key wasn't frequently used, but after 18 months, the numerical number 6 stopped working. Added to this, the left hand shift saw the black come away, and reveal a very hap-hazard up arrow.

This is great when you first get it, but after a while, it loses it's greatness. Be prepared to buy a new keyboard after 12-18 months.

Edit: the second keyboard also developed problems, this time 6 months after purchase. Slightly different problem, the volume controls stopped working. Well, when I say stopped working, the lights showed, I pressed the button, it "flashes" the lights, but doesn't actually control the computer volume. I'm now onto my third keyboard in 2 years.
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I had high hopes for this keyboard having owned the eclpise 2 and finding it not only brilliant for gaming but also comfortable to for typing, and not too over the top, however the cyborg keyboard has some flaws. For gaming it is brilliant the the ability to light certain areas of the keyboard and not other is brilliant, as is the ability to turn off the windows button.
however from an ergonmic perspective it is a bit lack lusture, the keys feel a bit clunky, and the metal coated ones (wasd, space and arrows) have a nodd and distracting texture that makes them a different weight to the rest of the oard meaning touch typing is just unpleasent as you never know if you have pressed hard enough, the keyboard also is a tad more ugly in reality than the image shows, it looks a bit retro in a bad way, and although the build quality seems high I feel the keyboard was rushed,for example, the drivers werea mess and new ones have to be downloaded before the volume lights work, meaning you end up with 3 Saitek programs running from start up, one being the keyboard driver, one for the lights in the volume indicator (!) and one for the comand buttons on the left and right, which in a game are too far out to be of use but are great for programs like photoshop or MAX if you don't want to learn shortcuts. Also missing features from the Ecclipse 2 would be the fact that it no longer lights blue, seems lazy, and I was partial to the side lights but that is purely cosmetic.
the fact that you can get the sound and mic through the keyboard is a nice adition, as is the touch sensative strip to control media tings and lighting effects.
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