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Old 24th October 2011, 06:48   #1
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Default RAZER BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth Edition - Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

The BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth Edition keyboard from RAZER comes with the silent Cherry MX Brown switches, has a matte finish, and all key functions can be reassigned (an exception would be the "Fn" key); also, the keyboard features an anti-ghosting ability, so up to 6 key presses can be registered at once. The keys are backlit individually, with 5 available levels of lighting, that can be set without the need of installing extra software.

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Even though I'm a Razer fan - all my rodents are Razer bred - I'm still going to stick with my Logitech G15V2. Had they put a small display on it I would've bought it though.

Audio connectors would've been better placed on the left side. Also some cable routing for the mouse cable on the underside would have been handy, especially as the USB connector is on the right side.
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Even though I'm a Razer fan - all my rodents are Razer bred - I'm still going to stick with my Logitech G15V2. Had they put a small display on it I would've bought it though.

Audio connectors would've been better placed on the left side. Also some cable routing for the mouse cable on the underside would have been handy, especially as the USB connector is on the right side.
Agreeing 100% with you regarding the placement of the connectors, already written in the review. Channels for routing the cables underside the keyboard is also a nice idea for a future iteration of the product; multicolored LEDs as we have seen on the Anansi won't hurt either .
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