1STPLAYER Firerose Ergonomic Waterproof Chroma LED Illuminated Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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- High Quality Mechanical Switch, offering comfortable and ultimate performance, tactile and clicky feedback, Great for typists, programmers, writers and gamers etc
- Double-colored injection molded keycaps with long durability and 100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB, over 50 million times key-click lifetime.
- Chromatic breathing LED effects and 3 phases of brightness setting for keyboard to improve visibility in low-light condition and breathing light effect option on keyboard
- 1.6M high quality cable with golden plated USB interface guarantees efficient and stable data transmission
- Perfect Water & Dust Proof with 104 floating keys and whole closed water-proof design. (Note: do not put the keyboard under water)
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Type: Wired Keyboard
Model: FIRE ROSE MK3
Normal Keys: 104
USB Cable Length: 180CM
Keyboard Dimensions: 438(L) 136(W) 36(H)mm
System Requirement: Window XP Vista 7 8 and above Mac
Ergonomic Design Concept is adopted on the FIRE ROSE MK3
Full N-Key Rollover Function with WIN lock
Chromatic Breathing LED effects
Double-Colored Injection Key cap, offering long durability
High Quality Mechanical Switch, offering comfortable key-click feeling Long life expectancy, 50 millions key-click lifetime
Perfect Water and Dust Proof Water Proof Rating: IPX7
- 1x FIREROSE Gaming Keyboard
- 1x Keycap Puller/Remover
- 1x User Manual
Top customer reviews
I wanted to find a "true mechanical keyboard" with what we used to call "full click keys" like the keyboards that came with the IBM PS2 computers in the early 90s. I used to go to the PS2 Labs at school just to do my homework on those keyboards. Man could I type fast & accuratly on those keys. And this keyboard is as close as I've gotten to those since the early 90s. It reminds me of the old school PS2s right down to the sturdy heft that keeps it setting right in the same place without gradually wandering around the desk...& the cream metal housing with the matte finish. What a Dream...!!! : } The Firerose keyboard sounds perhaps 1/2 to 3/4 as loud as those early IBM PS2 keyboards did. These don't have that same loud throaty hollow "clonk" that those ones or the old Macintosh PCs had...but they are in the neighborhood. They are most lovely & a thing of beauty... These are the loudest, springiest, most clickety-clackety, satisfying keys I have ever used in *20 years* -- AND I *LOVE* THEM!!!!!! :_D They are music to my ears... Change *Nothing.* People complaining about the sound should be shopping for something else. There are already tons of quiet mashy keyboard out there that feel like typing on double mashed potatoes. Anyone researching *true* mechanical keyboards needs to understand...these keyboards are *supposed* to sound this way. The same things that make them operate so gracefully & beautifully, & be such a joy to write with, is what is behind the sound you hear. That's the sound & feel of correct design & true quality.
Except for making the Enter, Shift, Delete, & other larger keys as springy & clickety as the letter keys are... I sincerely hope the manufacturer changes *nothing* about this keyboard in future models. :) Unless of course they can find a way to make this keyboard even more solid & high quality as these things were once made. I love this keyboard SO MUCH, it's a wonder I don't disconnect it at night & sleep with it...squeezing its clicky keys. : D But I guess I'd rather enjoy the warm glow its pretty lights instead.
Speaking of which... The lighting options for this keyboard are necessarily limited because of the way a high quality *true* mechanical keyboard is constructed...but they are bright & beautiful. Take a look at the brightest of the customer images taken in both daylight & evening lighting. What you see there is pretty much what you will receive. That said, I tend to find my one favorite color option on gaming keyboards, & just leave it that way. And the colors you see shading from royal blue, to purple, rose, crimson, & reddish orange are actually quite energizing. One thing I like about this keyboard is that the keys are actually *bright* enough. All of the gaming keyboards I've tried are 1-2 steps of brightness below the level I would really like to use. They have lots of settings that are too dim, but none that are too bright. I don't know why manufacturers don't make gaming keyboards brighter, but by comparison, set to max this one is actually fairly bright, even during the day. You can turn your brightness up, down, & off...& you can make the colors slowly or more quickly flash & "breathe" Vegas style...but this sums up your options. It may well be that changing more about the lighting will take away from the feel & the function of this keyboard. And if so, it is best left exactly the way it is. If I really want another color, I just change my mouse to green.
I initially bought 1stPlayer's Firedance keyboard by mistake...mixing it up with this one late at night. The Firedance is said to have "a true mechanical feel," & it is far better in that regard than many other keyboards making this claim, & it has several solid color options. But compared to the Firedance...this Firerose is the *real deal.* There is way too much resistance to the Firedance's keystrike to create that fake mechanical feel, that not only does not have a true mechanical feel to it, but also creates a significant amount of carpal tunnel strain. I do not feel this same resistance & growing fatigue in my hands using the Firerose. So, if you are already managing carpal tunnel issues, I strongly recommend buying the Firerose over the Firedance.
As for wrist strain...for me, the housing structure of the Firerose is optimal. First, I love the metal... More metal, please!! Second, those giant plastic keyboards with the huuuuge margins in front of them create more pain for me vs. relieve it. I never can rest my wrists on margins as I type anyways. Ever. Personally, I experience much less fatigue moving a compact keyboard like the Firerose or Firedance flush with the front edge of my desk...& the less fat useless margin there is between the keys & the desk edge...the better I feel after using the PC several hours. And one great thing about this solidly built keyboard is it stays put without gradually moving backwards or sideways over time. I was constantly repositioning those smushy junk Logitechs.
For graceful typing speed & accuracy, on a scale of 1-5...I would give those squashy Logitech keyboards & the like a 2.5...the Firedance a 4...& this Firerose keyboard a 5.
I give this keyboard a full genuine 5 Star rating. I would honestly be willing to buy use nothing but this model of keyboard for the rest of my days. And that's the highest rating I can give anything. If I had any recommendations, I would say make it even louder, clickier, springier, & heavier... : ) But then I started using "true mechanical" keyboards since the dawn of the PC era. : D Please keep making these!!
The keyboard feels great. It really does, I have no complaints on its feel or its looks. But my unit came with an 'e' key that barely worked. Sometimes it would work, other times it wouldn't. I tried plugging it into different USB ports, despite my old keyboard having no issues, and nothing fixed the 'e' key issue. So I returned it and left the seller a 5 star review, but unfortunately have to leave this product with 3 stars.
I wouldn't discourage anyone from getting the keyboard. I'm sure this is one of very few incidents that 1STPLAYER has had.
The keys are not mechanical so don't expect the sharp click of a mechanical keyboard but they don't feel cheap either, I like it better this way because a mechanical keyboard is very noisy and I find that anoying. Great value for your money it also comes with a detachable arm rest. This keyboard is great for a budget build, yard lights shine through the keys and in the back of the keys. A complaint that you might have is when the lights are on some of the keys don't show the light fully through them. The switches or lack there of, or not mechanical, and they are membrane. But I still think the feel of the clicks and the keys are just as nice as any mechanical keyboard. This is overall a great budget keyboard. Love it really easy to use if you like playing with the lights on it... but I enjoy using it easy feel no problem with programming keys it makes me a very happy gamer when killing others online in overwatch :) - SIZE - This is a full-size keyboard. You can get the dimensions in the item description but just know before you purchase, this keyboard is long.
- WEIGHT - Very light as it's a fully plastic build. Very little keyboard flex, almost 0 while typing.
- TYPING - This is a membrane keyboard, meaning each key is not individual like a mechanical. There is an obvious difference, don't believe people who claim that it feels like a mechanical keyboard. It doesn't Imagine a slightly mushier MX Brown switch. That all being said, it's a joy to type on, requiring very little effort to press the key. The key travel is not as linear (linear = bad) as other membrane keyboards, there is a definite tactile bump when you press a key.
- RGB - One of the best parts of this keyboard. There are a bunch of pre-set configurations for the 3 sections. That means 1/3 of the keyboard will always be the same color, you do not have individual key colors. You can read all about the modes on Corsair's website, but the ease of use while changing colors is pretty solid. It can be all one color, 2 different colors, 3, or you can have it cycle through the colors in 3 different speeds.
- FEATURE SET - Obviously this is not going to have the same features as something like a K70. What you do get is RGB coloring, very solid membrane keys, volume and playback controls, as well as 6 different macro keys to bind to one, or multiple keys in a row. (Meaning you could bind the first Macro to type out a word)