Lexma K900 Backlit Mechanical Blue Switch Gaming Keyboard - English
- Mechanical gaming keyboard features Blue switches with 50-million lifespan cycles
- Full anti-ghosting technology minimizes typos and errors when pressing multiple keys at once
- Made from aluminum and features a skew symmetric shape
- LED backlight under the floating switch keys offers 7 unique flash models
- Water resistant and dust proof design ensures long-lasting durability
- The swappable keycap design lets you customize the keyboard to your preferences
- 1 x Mechanical Keyboard
- 1 x Manual
- 1 x Keycap Puller
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Of the 3 reviewers who responded, 3 would recommend this product.
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- Great keyboard for the price- January 30, 2018
I have only had this keyboard for a few hours and I have to say, I love it. It may not be Razer or Corsair quality, but is is pretty close. The keys are completely perfect and it feels like you're using an old typewriter to type anything out. I love the sound of actually being able to hear the sound of my keys click because I know that I actually hit the key. Also, I use noise cancelling headphones and with this keyboard I can hear that click with them on. The lighting modes are awesome. I currently use the sweeping mode and I love it. It is only 4:00pm at the time of me typing this so I don't know what it looks like in the dark but I have a feeling it will be great! Great product Lexma!
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- High pitched squeal- May 10, 2018
Though I like the clickyness of the keys, I can't stand the high-pitched tone that seems to come from the right side of the keyboard when the backlight is on. When I turn it off, the squeal goes away, but with backlight on, it comes back. AND the sound pulses when in the more "funky" backlight configurations. (ie breathe)
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- Ok but keycaps are garbo- January 11, 2018
The keycaps kinda sink onto the switch if you put too much pressure making the keys uneven for a less enjoyable typing experience. For the price you get decent outemu blue switches that has one color for every "line". There isnt really any software as lighting presets are controlled by the "fn" key. I do wish that lexma would add a wrist rest as it looks like there are holes for it in the bottom. All in all its a budget keyboard and works fine. Note: these are clicky switches so if you dont want to annoy the heck outta people in your house I would recommend finding a different keyboard with different switches. The switches on the keyboard dont seem to support sound dampeners as it has sort of a square design making you unable to put dampeners afaik. tl;dr If you chose to buy this keyboard I would recommend buying another set of keycaps. You get what you pay for.
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