I <3 my black widow ultimate keyboard.
The only good mecha keyboard I could find that actually had back lighting, which REALLY matters to me, as I can't type if there's no light on the keys, and I hate trying to look at my monitor with the lights in the room turned on (makes it hard to focus).
I also tried out a razer imperator (went through 2 of em, very lackluster mouse for the price), the goliathus mouse pad, and the razer megalodon headphones.
Here's my opinions on the few razer products I've tried so far!
The issues I found with the imperator were that the right and left clicks on the imperator had so much resistance in them that it'd cause me to screw up in SC2 relentlessly, not targeting unit groups and such properly.
The shape of it also had my hand falling off it all the time, and I found myself pushing it around with my thumb and pinky alot without realizing it, lol.
The first imperator I got also had the issues where it would disconnect itself from the comp randomly, which lost me many a ladder match. The replacement for it didn't have the same issue tho thankfully.
End result, I returned it and got my money back. I now use a gigabyte M8000x in it's place, and im loving it!!
Then there was the headset.. Oh boy, the headset. This thing may have functioned properly, but functioning properly was apparently producing sound that was the equivalent of $15 walmart ear buds. >_<
Returned them 3 days after testing them out a bunch.
I actually tested a TON of different high end headphones, and wound up finding the Turtle Beach DPX21's to be the very best quality in all sound ranges (including bass/lows that sound like they're coming from a THX sound system(which I also own)).
Goliathus Mouse Pad:
The last item I have by razer atm is their goliathus mouse pad. I found the pad to be an amazing cloth pad, that really did offer a great balance of speed/control, and I never experienced any tracking issues with it.
The imperator also slide across it at CRAZY speeds! The two were definitely made for each other.
Sadly tho, my M8000x has issues with cloth pads, so im trying out the razer scarab whenever it arrives from amazon. I've got high hopes for this pad too, as I've yet to hear a single bad thing about it.
Black Widow Ultimate Gaming Keyboard:
<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3 it rocks! <3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3
All in all... I'd say I like razer, as they have some decent products, eventho they also have alot of horrible ones too. But then again, doesn't every company?
I mean even logitech has a bunch of flopped products (G510 keyboard for example. can't even be detected when a comp boots up so you need a second keyboard plugged in at all times for the comp to even boot!!) but everyone still seems to love them.
Not to mention the fact that razer heavily supports e-sports and helps out alot with the SC2 scene. So it's very hard for me to dislike them. :>
Edited by Treble557 - 10/17/11 at 1:15am