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"Super performant, too good for its price. It is also very loud xD" - by Bogdan
I am a fast writer, that’s what i do pretty much all day every day. It seriously makes a difference when you switch from a rubber button keyboard to this mechanical keyboard. It has decent cable lenght, super fast response time and conveniece for the typos out there, ive also played a lot of games with it and it is such a good experience. I recommand it to everyone, it even has a key puller device that will pull your keys out with no fuss or worrying (breakage). The only down sides are:
- It is multicoloured, you cannot make it all blue or all yellow, it is rainbow. You can swtich the light mode and it is pretty cool like you can make it blink and stuff like that
- It is surely very very loud. My wife hates it xD. That’s why in the night i use an ultra silent ... full review

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"Good keyboard for gaming" - by owl hoang
Good keyboard for gaming. Highly recommended for budget gamers and people who want a decent keyboard that isn't overpriced. It's adjustable and supports game mode which you can toggle keys to be disabled when this is active. Do notice that you need Logitech's gaming software to be able to customise your keyboard and toggle game mode.
Also, it comes with media options - stop, play, previous, forward and volume adjustment ( This is on the right of the keyboard) which is useful.

The only downside is the RGB is limited - you can't customise individual keys like razer products which is a huge shame and they aren't that bright in the day. Also, the usb seems a bit loose as the keyboard rgb tends to spaz . I'm not sure if it's just me facing this problem, hopefully not. Furthermore, the armrest isn't detachable, which sucks because not everyone needs it. It's ... full review

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"High Quality, Fully Featured, Budget Keyboard" - by Casual Gamer
I've had a few Corsair mechanical keyboards previous to owning this keyboard. For the price, this keyboard is fantastic because it feels premium, looks the part in a gaming setup, and has many useful functions from the higher priced mechanical keyboards. I like the fact that the RGB presets can be adjusted on the keyboard itself, so you don't have to bother installing the Corsair software and setting up the different profiles. The programmable macro keys are also a nice bonus. There are three brightness settings, a windows key lock button, and media and volume buttons (which are not back lit).

I'm personally not a huge fan of the mechanical switches, and prefer the rubber keys on this keyboard to my previous K70 Cherry MX Brown switches. This keyboard is much quieter, but there is still a decent tactile feel to pressing the keys, unlike many cheaper keyboards. Its constructed out ... full review

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"Good keyboard, a lot of force needed for buttons." - by Ryan
This is my second mechanical keyboard and although I do prefer this to the knock-off cherry mx blue switches I was using before, the force needed to press the buttons seems excessive. My fingers get achy after a good hour of typing. I was also shocked that having spend 100pounds on a keyboard that there is only one lighting colour available? (White for silver and red for carbon). As I needed the silver to match my theme, I'm not complaining too much and I like the keyboard overall but I would have liked some more customization. My fingers will need time to adjust to the heavy keys too.

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"Great deal - 10 months heavy usage and counting" - by EliasVO
Good mechanical keyboard. The outemu blue switches are a decent copy of the real Cherry MX blue switches.
The only criticism I have is that the characters are painted on the keys, and they fade in a matter of weeks. I don't particularly mind though. Even if I end up buying a new key set, this deal still works out cheaper than the vast majority of full-sized blue switch keyboards.

About the switches: I have real cherry MX switches back home, and compared to these, I'd say the click is sharper, and this keyboard is overall noisier. I'm not sure whether it's the key caps or the switches, but it feels like the outemu switches are slightly less well defined somehow.

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About 10 months after buying this keyboard, I can say everything is still working just fine. I've not yet had to test whether or not it's truly water resistant. However, after 10 ... full review

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"Great compact keyboard" - by Stinaris
Lovely positive feel. A little noisy but nothing worse than an original IBM keyboard and probably just a culture shock when switching from "normal" keyboards
I tried the rubber dampeners to quieten it a bit but they didn't make any difference and made the keys stand at different heights.
Not noticed the letters wearing off yet, as others have reported, which is impressive as it's taken some abuse on Counter Strike.
The only downside is not having a numeric keypad but it reduces the keyboard size and makes it a very compact little unit. So swings and roundabouts.

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"GREAT PRODUCT!!" - by Faye (london)
This is just what I wanted. I've been buying £50-£80 mechanical keyboards. I've had to return some, but this keyboard is a keeper. Compare to my current Cherry Black, responsive touch and that old click sound. This one also have fancy Leds. That's so great, but I rarely look at my keyboard anyway when I'm typing. The Aukey Keyboard has a good weight to it and it is really solid on the desk, no movement at all.

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"Excellent keyboard. It is US layout but that's exactly ..." - by BHENCE
Excellent keyboard. It is US layout but that's exactly what I wanted. To get the £ sign quick switch to UK and hit shift 3. Colours are great although I find myself using the FN 4 setting (all lights on). The keyboard has a proper mechanical sound to the key presses. It is only disturbingly loud if you're having a rage moment and slam the keys like a kid on a piano.

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"Amazing keyboard." - by IoanaT
Great keyboard overall. The lighting effects aren't that bad as compared to what everyone says and I think that what this keyboard offers is more than enough what people need.

The keys are great, they feel awesome when you type and you fill find that 99.9% of the time your finger will never slip off. I sometimes think that this keyboard is actually too fast and it registers double the taps when I am typing, but that just might be me.

The brushed aluminum definitely gives it a premium look and feel, compared to other keyboard out there on the market.

The fact that they include another set of keycaps is also a bonus as the rubber finish on them definitely helps when gaming and typing.

If I could give it only 1 negative, that would be that the left SHIFT key is a bit smaller than my liking, but hey, some people ... full review

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"Wonderful quality with great lighting!" - by Ian Gessey (United Kingdom)
This really is a stunning little keyboard with beautiful feedback on the keys.
There is no numeric pad, so if you are used to the size of keyboard that having a numeric pad gives you will need to adjust.
Having an adjustable light pattern is really cool - you can go from all keys pulsating to the light flashing on each key when struck.
The whole construction and feel smacks of quality and its a brilliant hard wearing replacement for gamers out there - especially when you get lighting patterns designed for certain games and key uses!

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"Great. Buy it." - by Stephen (England)
Superb keyboard and mouse from an IT engineer who has been working with these things for 40 years now. Nice positive click keyboard. Most of the lighing effects are a gimmick and I leave the permanent blue one on all the time. Looks nice in the dark. The mouse is also very nice and I use it for my web development where precise control is required in placing the images into the web page.
Not used it for gaming so no idea about that. But as a keyboard to do "work" on, it's fabulous.
Worth every penny so buy with confidence. 10/10. Superb delivery as usual from Amazon.

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"Better than the already great Naga!" - by Umbersaw
Having used the Razor Naga for 6 years and love them I decided to give this a go as reviews suggested it didn’t have the niggles I had with Razors offering and it was much cheaper.

I was expecting to take a week or two at least to get use to it after such a long time with the Naga but found within an hour I was comfortable with it and by the next day it felt totally natural.

Overall I find it a superior MMO gaming mouse though it suits all types of games from BF4 to Space Engineers better than any other type imo,. The side buttons are further forward and as such those at the rear are easy to get too where as with the Naga it was uncomfortable and I would sometimes have to momentarily adjust my grip to reach. The buttons are also all different shapes and ... full review

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"Fantastic compact keyboard, wonderful to type on but the software could be better" - by Baskura (UK)
I had wanted to make the leap to a smaller keyboard for a while and had been eyeing up the Razer range of keyboards - however they don't make the latest models in UK layout! Fed up with waiting to see if they did release one I decided to buy the Corsair K65 Radpidfire and I'm now a Corsair convert!

This keyboard is an absolute JOY to type on and it feels extremely well made. The RGB lighting is nice and looks striking - especially in a darkened room. The Corsair Cue software (which managed all of your profiles and keybinds etc.) is functional but could use some polish and streamlining - it's a bit of a mess in it's current state. However, it does seem to be frequently updated and once you do get your head around it, it's functional.

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"Recommended" - by Bolt from the Blue (UK)
Very nice keyboard. I was looking for a blue back-lit keyboard and this one is great. Brightness can be adjusted too. Purple setting is actually really nice too, a bit more subtle than the other colours on low brightness. Types far better than my stock Dell keyboard, the return key on this is on the small side though which can be annoying. It is also quite flat even with the feet up, a bit more rake would have been better I think but I'll maybe get used to it.

"It's a great keyboard, but as a first time mech user" - by Jon D
I originally ordered a k70 with brown switches. It's a great keyboard, but as a first time mech user, it was way too damn loud. Also, there was no usb passthrough. So i returned that and ordered this strafe with silent switches, and my word the difference in sound is incredible. It's advertised as 30% quieter than reds, i would say 50%, think reds with super thick o rings on. It's comparable to most membrane keyboards for volume but much more satisfying.

The RGB's are clearly a main feature here, and are excellent, even in daylight. There is also a USB pass through included, which is great for reducing cable clutter by routing a mouse cable under the keyboard to this. Note that if you do this, you will need to use the folding legs to be able to fit the cable under.

Included are a set of gaming keycaps for WASD ... full review