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back light is ok but remember it can glint in your eyes and put you off when gaming if its too bright (Windows ultimate comes with ajustable lighting)
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You can find Leopolds or Duckys for less than the BW, blue switches are the switch that most people are going to have a problem with for gaming. Razer's QC is just awful.
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I bought the Razer BlackWidow when it first came out and didn't have the space+alt key issue. It felt very responsive and I love the clicking noise it made. I sold it to a friend and bought the Dragon Age Ultimate (to match my case) for the red backlight so that I can game without my lights on at night. I didn't have the space+alt key problem either.

The friend who purchased my regular BlackWidow loves it also. My suggestion would be to get the Razer. Hates gon' hate.
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http://www.armygroup.com.tw/shop/goods.php?id=6609 I personally like this keyboard. The letters will not fade away and it has cherry blacks.



For gaming, this is my choice.
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Originally Posted by MahiMahiMahi View Post
http://www.armygroup.com.tw/shop/goods.php?id=6609 I personally like this keyboard. The letters will not fade away and it has cherry blacks.



For gaming, this is my choice.
Eh, Kinda creepy to click on that link, site is in an Asian langauge?
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http://www.armygroup.com.tw/shop/goods.php?id=6609 I personally like this keyboard. The letters will not fade away and it has cherry blacks.



For gaming, this is my choice.
Pretty good choice .
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Eh, Kinda creepy to click on that link, site is in an Asian langauge?
That's one of the best sites for keyboard stuff.
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post #38 of 44
Ive been using the Black widow ultimate for about 2 months now and its a pretty good keyboard, my only complaint is that keys sometimes stick. Its not necessarily a deal breaker but its not something that should be happening. Happened a few times with the ALT key and the A, S or D keys.
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Originally Posted by MahiMahiMahi View Post
http://www.armygroup.com.tw/shop/goods.php?id=6609 I personally like this keyboard. The letters will not fade away and it has cherry blacks.



For gaming, this is my choice.
They will still get shiny tho. I should be getting mine in about 2 weeks
post #40 of 44
keys will still get shinny, just the printing wont wear as quick
    
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