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Qisan(TM) USB Wired Gaming Keyboard - 3-Colors LED Illuminated Multimedia Bac...

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  • Offer 19 Anti-ghosting key ,suit to most of gaming environment.
  • Cool changeable yellow, red and green LED light, dilated key cap and exquisite texture,bring most comfortable feeling.
  • ASDW key could change to according up,down,right,left direction key via the left exchange direction small button ,suit for the left-hander gamer.
  • 6 superstrong multimedia buttons including keyboard Lock,Win Lock,Switchable Reacted time,ASDW exchange direction key, adjustable color and brightness key.
  • Larger size with normal 104 keys,antislip and types quietly,durable with hight quality material.
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Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description:
The Judges Backlit Gaming Keyboard build in 3 LED colors, LBOTS LOGO luminescence, 6 ultrastrong melti-media buttons, FPS gaming keycap, 19 Anti-ghosting Key.

LED Color
3 LED color-Green,Yellow,Red backlight keyboard for the game.

6 Ultrastrong Melti-media Buttons
Left side 6 buttons, Lock keyboard button/Lock win button/Switch keypress times button/8 direction key adjust button/3 backlit color switch button/LED backlit adjust button.

FPS gaming keycap
this keyboard use dilated keycap,you can feel better feel and more comfortable.

2 Set of 19 Anti-ghosting Key
The Judges keyboard offer 19Anti-ghosting Key,it suited to most of gaming environment,Further instructions include 2 set of 19 Anti-ghosting Key:
1.(Tab+Q+W+E+A+S+D+Shift+Z+X+C+B+Ctrl+Alt+Space+Direction key)
2. (Tab+Q+W+E+A+S+D+Shift+Z+X+C+B+F+V+Space+Direction key)

Switch
Click a key can switch between ASDW and up,down,right,left direction key through right side WASD multi-media button, simple to operate.

Keyboard Desigh
full sizes with 104 key, non-slip design and silence.

Specification
Keyboard size: 17.3" x 7.44" x 1.25"
Net weight: 490g

Package List:
1 x Gaming Keyboard


Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 7.4 x 1.3 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00KQFWTVC
  • Item model number: 799632959649
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dagmar on January 11, 2007
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
Unlike a lot of illuminated keyboards, this bad boy is the full-sized and standard layout. Illumination comes around each key and through each letter, rather than through the key itself, which makes it much easier to use in the dark.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Ted Nalbantian on September 11, 2006
Color: Blue
I play lots of games of all kinds of genres (strategy, shooters, role playing) and so of course I needed a good keyboard to keep me company.

I have to say that I've been pretty satisfied with my decision.To be honest, there aren't too many keyboards out there that make you jump up and down with delight, but this one nevertheless does its job admirably. The keys feel nice and smooth, and they are also quite soft and quiet, which is great for gamers (and late night typists) who don't want to be disrupted by a sound resembling a pneumatic drill.

Function-wise, this keyboard keeps it simple. You've got your basic keys, plus a few discreet buttons in the top right which are (from left to right): lower volume, raise volume, mute sound, and cycle keyboard brightness. Although I would have liked a 'pause' button for movies and music, I like the fact that they keep the extra buttons to a minimum- it encourages you to actually use them, since too often keyboards give you a plethora of shortcut buttons which simply aren't accessible to use.

As for the backlighting... well, to be honest, it hasn't made that much of a practical difference to me (I touch type anyway, so I don't really need to see the keys- plus, when gaming, my fingers use the same few keys). Nevertheless, it has added a lot to the visual appeal of my desk. The black finish goes really well with my equally black BenQ FP202W monitor. The red lighting makes it look especially nice, without it drifting into the over the top territory of 'gaming bling' styling, which seems to dominate so many hardware manufacturers' premium products.

My one complaint: when the foldable stands on the forward part of the keyboard are not up, the keyboard slopes downwards.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Wolf on October 25, 2006
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I have the blue version also, I recently purchase the red one. For me this is great becuase the computer I use for games is in a dimely lit room, sometime with only the TV and the computer on. So I struggle constantly to see the letters on the keys. Not only does this keyboard look cool, I can see the keys! I wish I had thought to look for one of these a long time ago. You can also adjust the brightness of the light.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By akepooh on August 10, 2006
Color: Blue
The eclipse keyboard is one very nice keyboard with soft tactile feedback on the keys. some people may not like it because the click sound when you press a key is very soft. The keys are all smooth too, so you need some time to get used too. The typing sound on this keyboard is not totally silent, but a lot softer than other keyboards. I have heard that the keys are smooth because they are painted, and that after a while the paint may peeled off, but I have no problem yet (owning it for a month only though).

The backlight on the keyboard is ok. There are 3 settings for the light: off, low, bright. The bright setting make all the keys distinguishable in total darkness without too blinding on your eyes. I never use the low setting though.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ben VINE VOICE on January 11, 2010
Color: Blue
I'm a fast typist (70wpm), but when i'm playing games and using software like Premiere or Photoshop, the traditional "typing mindset" goes away and I'm left hunting for keys. Due to courtesy, a keyboard like this was required. I'll be up front: I paid about $60 for it, and the price seems to vary wildly (i've seen the blue or red models selling for $35 on up to $80), though I think fair value should be under $60. Why?

Pros: This is a straight up good keyboard. the keys feel good to me, they are responsive- though not perfect, the keys are the right sizes and in the predictable places for me (no oddly shaped enter key, no miniscule function keys like on my old MS board), and it works right out of the box on my Windows 7 computer (the volume buttons, the key-light-adjust button). And most importantly: the keys light up nice and evenly.

Cons: the volume buttons, mute, and brightness control button (4 in total) all feel exactly the same. When you're feeling around in the dark, it would be nice if these were differentiated. Still, worst thing that happens is you unmute something loud or briefly kill the lights on your keyboard- no major keys are hard to find. Also, at the price I paid ($60) it would have been nice if they included even a single USB port. Also, if you plunk down a few dollars more keyboards start getting really fancy with LCD screens and knobs and other coolness.

I can understand some peoples' complaints about the letters wearing, but that happens on a lot of keyboards and can vary due to many circumstances. To my hands, this feels like a solid keyboard and if you're in the market for a serious replacement board, this is a good choice that won't break your bank.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lee Dunning on July 13, 2006
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
The keyboard looks as good as advertised - the red backlighting is great. Unfortunately the keys are mushy. I like to have a nice, smooth, defintive click when I press down. In this the keyboard falls short. The little feet in back that push the keyboard up at an angle are too short as well and I ended up using the wrist guard to help prop it up at a little steeper angle.
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