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Old 23-01-13, 10:08 AM
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Razer Deathstalker Ultimate Review

Today we look at probably the most feature-packed keyboard on earth, the Razer Deathstalker Ultimate.





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Old 23-01-13, 10:25 AM
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It sure does look nice and that little touch screen is a nice bonus but imo that doesn't justify the price of €230,- where most backlit mechanical keyboards cost between €80,- and €150,-

Nonetheless; Good review
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Old 23-01-13, 10:41 AM
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I'd say the pricing isn't too bad.

I'm thinking that touch pad area might be handy for game development...
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I saw this when it came in and its awesome.

Just needs some better apps added and its a winner. Id use it.....
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now this is one amazing keyboard, but without actually using one dont think i could justify the £250 price tag, shame i dont have a store around me that might have this on display
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the looks and the features are very nice but i can`t see myself playing on those laptop-like keys.so small
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now this is one amazing keyboard, but without actually using one dont think i could justify the £250 price tag, shame i dont have a store around me that might have this on display
Ohhh... I could have sworn when I looked at the review it said £119.99.

£250!! Fook that!
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Ohhh... I could have sworn when I looked at the review it said £119.99.

£250!! Fook that!
i think the £119 is for the non screen/not so awesome edition, maybe VB could confirm
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Certainly looks fantastic. I'm not a big fan of chicklet style keys and I'm not sure if the LCD screen and the 10 keys justify the £250 price tag.
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Nice review, but I can't get into this product.
The keyboard looks AMAZING, but they've taken away a (somewhat) useful part of the keyboard (the numberpad) and added on something that is virtually useless.
I'm sorry, but I'd rather have nothing than have that touchpad, no matter how nice it looks. At least a tenkeyless keyboard has the advantage of giving your mouse an extra 5 inches of space to move around on.
Then again, it's really pretty.
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