I've been hunting for a mechanical keyboard for quite a while now, for working at home and gaming. Being 37 the usual offerings are a bit OTT when it comes to lighting and logos. I'm not sure why companies consider gamers to need 'radical' looking designs. Less is often more.
With that in mind I've been trying to find a solid keyboard, with a high build quality, that's comfortable to use, but is functional for gaming and typing.
On arrival I was impressed by the build quality. The keys look nice and clunky, if anything fall in between them, they will fall right out of the gaps. The bottom is nice and grippy meaning this keyboard doesn't move on the desk easily.
The keys themselves give the usual nice clicky clacky mechanical feel. I would possibly like slightly more tension on pressing these, but that's all down to personal taste, and I'm sure in time my finger joints will appreciate the light presses required all the more (I spend a lot of time typing and it tougher keys do fatigue my hands in a day), so actually ignore that last part, lovely light presses required for typing. The keyboard itself feels compact for such a large offering. It looks great on the desk. I love the style where the keys are raised above the base, allows for really easy cleaning.
Comes with 3 led colours, Red, Blue & Purple.