Re: Needing a replacement keyboard
Looks like a good choice. I am a big fan of Razer. I know their stuff is on the more expensive side but for me the prices ended up being worth it. I got into their products when I was looking for a wireless gaming mouse and came across their Razer Mamba which I absolutely love. The sensitivity on it is pretty unbelievable.
After that I ended up getting two of their keyboards (the Lycosa & Anansi). I use the Lycosa primarily right now just because it feels a lot like a laptop keyboard to me and since that is what I was pretty well only using up until I built my current desktops it was an easy transition. However, the Anansi definitely has a lot of potential for MMOs which is what I play primarily.
I recently got the Razer Naga Epic which I haven't used a ton yet but plan on using sometime here soon. So yeah, I am a Razer fan boy basically but I've never been disappointed with any of their products.
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