New Delux iMice TF200-Mechanical Pro RGB (Light Up Keyboard For PS4 & Xbox One) PC Compatible
- Gateron Mechanical Optical Switches (Brown, Red, Blue, or Silver)
- Fully programmable RGB lighting
- Music reactive mode (Lights pulses to music)
- Water Resistant
- RGB Software included
- Boost your MMORPG gaming experience with super back-lighting get better visuals in low ambient light with customisation game key codes for enhance personalised game time to help you get the number one on the leader board
- Padded button springs causes no "mushing" when pressed not like old fashioned keyboards with our pro fitted mechanical switches
- Faster key stroke registering at half way point for 100% increased gaming response no more dying at the hands of your keyboard or mouse
- Our mechanical switch keyboard and mouse offers revolutionary feedback - the "click" you hear as you press a key. This vital tactile feedback makes for greater awareness and precision no more missing key strokes
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I must say, I'm a fan of keys, really, they let me get in my house as well as decrypt the various notes that secret agents keep leaving in my fridge.
Once I had a note that seemed to imply that all my ice cream was infact made from Whale sputum, I had to go check of course, but my old keyboard failed me during a google search for the UK's greatest Whale Sputum laboratory. In desperate need of a new input device it was a choice between this keyboard or a makey-makey which would let me fashion a banana into a keyboard.
Having decided that infact I'd end up eating the banana's, I had no choice but to order this keyboard instead.
And boy, I'm glad that I did. It's a joy to use, tapping away on it like a teenage boy frantically navigating in incognito mode, they keys are response, with great travel and not as clickety-clackety as my old keyboard.
It has a comforting red light, which reminds me of that time I went to Amsterdam.
3 Thumbs up from me.
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. In comes the G413.
Torn between the charcoal or silver, I opted for silver as black shows up dust and fingerprints far more than other colours. Also the key lighting on the silver is white, which I felt was a bit more reserved than bright red on the charcoal.
On arrival I was impressed by the build quality. The stainless steel top seems to add a nice bit of weight and heft. 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.
All in all I can't fault this for £100. It exceeded my expectations, and I'm a really fussy b*gger.
This keyboard is the best I have used to date, I haven't spent an insane amount on keyboards but the one I had before this and absolutely hated was the Corsair K70 or K65, I believe those keyboards are fine but they had MX Speeds which I thought would be great for gaming but I was completely wrong! The low actuation was horrible and the soft keys meant I was pressing them the entire time without meaning to!!
Then I got this, the big decision was because they were on sale for about £58 which was an absolute steal for me considering others were about £100 and even this one is over £75 when not on sale, I would not have actually bought it if it was at its original price.
Is it worth the original pricing? I think so, after using it I realize it is a very well built keyboard and certainly lovely to type on.
For the price you can't go wrong with it, it even has a USB Pass through and a giant thick braided cable.
I wanted a US layout mechanical keyboard as I'm a developer & can touch type at speed, and wanted one that looked roughly right for a Mac (as they don't understand the UK layout of keys), and my preference for keys are either the Cherry Brown or Reds, but most gaming keyboards are either stupidly expensive, don't have the right layout/keys (I don't want to have to buy a keyboard and then buy new key caps), so thought I'd try a Logitech one, which use Romer keys rather than Cherry, but this feels almost exactly the same as a set of Browns...
Anyways, the keyboard is REALLY sturdy as it's got a metal base, has a separate USB end for a pass-through (would have been slightly better in the same cable, but there you go), so I have my Unifying Receiver on the keyboard rather than the hub, which is great
While I'm not into RGB, you can turn the (red) lights down or off, which is good, but it always starts off super bright... only takes a few key presses, but would be better if you could choose a default and it'd stay like that
The only problem that could be found with this is if you're sharing an area with someone who doesn't like the "click" of mechanical keyboards, as they can often complain about the sound... but this is incredibly minor in the scheme of things 🙂
I wanted a keyboard with illuminated key symbols, as I do a lot of writing and used to find myself peering hard at the keys as dusk began to fall, but the room was not dark enough to warrant turning on a lamp. This keyboard is just the job.
I see one or two other reviews have remarked unfavourably on the mechanical sound of the keys, and at first I was slightly disconcerted, but now I've rather got to like the sound - reminiscent of a 'proper' typewriter, except that only light pressure is needed on the keys. The action on them feels very nice, too.
I was a little concerned when I saw the two USB connectors on the attached lead, as my monitor and keyboard are some distance from my computer, and I wanted to plug in to my already-existing and tortuously-routed USB extension lead, and thought that I would need both connectors for the keyboard to work. But then I realised that one connector is just for the USB pass-through socket on the back edge of the keyboard, which I don't need, so no problem. (The lead itself, attached to the keyboard, is 1.8m long, so plenty long enough for most people, I imagine.)
The whole keyboard seems to be solidly built, and looks 'the business'. I'm very pleased with it.
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