This is VictTsing's Gaming Keyboard. Having recently bought this keyboard I felt like I should do a review on it.
This review will go over both what I thought was good and bad! Though the past week, I have thoroughly enjoyed it.
Now, first consider the price of the product. Price at the date of the post is £19.99.
£19.99! That is an amazing price for a gaming keyboard to start off with.
The Good Features:
Super Stylish Rainbow LED backlight!
This feature is nice, it has many different settings you can try out.
It has both breathing AND static mode included, and you can change the speed and brightness.
Extremely durable and resistant design.
Though it has an all-metal frame, which is weird for a gaming keyboard, it handles fairly well.
As for the design it is very thin which is very nice for portability and for looks.
It also has loads of different multimedia keys.
Volume (Up, Down, and Mute)
Audio/Video control (stop, rewind, skip, pause)
Homepage (for browser)
What really makes it a quality gaming keyboard is the anti-ghosting keys.
It has selected keys Q, S, D, X, C, Z, A, W, E, B, Arrow Keys, Tab, Caps Lock, Shift, Ctrl, and Space for Anti-Ghosting
This makes it so there are no conflicts while gaming, 0% mess up.
The... Not so good
The overall design of the keyboard is too soft. It boasts a 'mechanical feel' but it is too light and soft to be called that.
This might be because of the "floating keycaps". Though it is not completely mechanical, it still works well.
I'm not saying that this is a deal breaker, but if you are looking for a more traditional mechanical feel, try something else.
Still, it does have some tactile feedback like a mechanical keyboard so that is nice.
The LED backlight doesn't show through the keys.
With gaming keyboards, the nice aesthetic about them is the LED lighting that comes with them (most of them)
Though on this one, the LED is nice but it also doesn't show the keys very well through the dark