SGK-4020-GKCR1 (Red switch / Red LED Backlit)
|Key Switch||Cherry MX Blue/ Brown/ Red|
|Keycaps||ABS, grip coated, removable|
|Keycap Puller||Yes, ring-puller|
|Backlighting||All keys, Red, 5 Levels, 3 Modes|
|Key Rollover||NKRO (windows only)|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz /1 ms|
|Interface||USB 2.0 full speed|
|USB Cable||1.8m, braided, gold plated, removable|
|Weight||544 g/1.2 lbs|
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jul 2013
wonderful keyboard, feels great to type on and make my typing more accurate. my only complaint is that it's loud. I was expecting it to be loud because I bought the cherry MX blues, and please don't get me wrong I LOVE the sound. The sound become a problem over Skype or any other program like that because it annoys others. I'm sure this can be fixed with a noise filter setting, so I'm not worried. I love everything this keyboard has to offer and I highly recommend buying one. (p.s i use mine for gaming and I have no trouble at all)
Posted by Orion on 9th Jul 2013
This keyboard is an absolute joy to type and game on. The mid-resistance tactile bump inherent in the Cherry MX Brown keyswitches it comes packaged with make typing a breeze, and I no longer feel fatigued after long hours gaming as I did when gaming on a lesser rubber-dome Razer keyboard.
The inclusion of the ten keys switching off with the arrow keys is a nice way to conserve space and still keep the keyboard looking great. The excessive branding that appeared to be inherent on older models of this keyboard are now gone, with only a small CM Storm flame logo at the top right.
The white LEDs present on my board are extremely nice for visibility and ease of use, with 3 lighting modes. Fully backlit, pulsating backlit, and WASD backlight. The keyboard supports 5 brightness settings, ranging from unobtrusive to downright blinding. I especially enjoy this choice.
All in all, a great keyboard that fits nicely into the sub-$100 range. I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to upgrade from their old rubber dome without sacrificing the ten keys.