|Item model number||Saturn|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.9 x 9.4 x 1.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.9 x 9.4 x 1.2 inches|
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Gaming Keyboard, UtechSmart USB Saturn Gaming Keyboard with LED Adjustable Multicolors Backlit Marquee Features Multimedia
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- Adjustable multi-colors backlight (Blue, Green, Red, Blue+Red, Green+Red, Blue+Green and Red+Blue+Green) with automatic breathing transition capability and adjustable brightness feature. (Keyboard Backlit & All Keys Lighting)
- Lock / Unlock Win key features: Disables the Windows/Context Menu keys to prevent accidental game interruptions; Interchangeable Direction "¡ü ¡û ¡ý ¡ú" keys and "WASD" keys
- Marquee features are available with 9 sets of LED light customized combinations.
- 20 Multi-meida Functions with easy access 12 media keys; 104+ Laser Engraving Keys with rubber coating; Excellent ergonomic design with 10 Waterproof Drainage Holes
- 19 non-conflict keys: Simultaneous operation of up to 19 keys without conflict.
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Specifications:1. Cord Length: 1.5m/ 4.9ft
2. Interface: High Powered USB
3. Keys: 104 Keys
4. Size: 465 x 208 x 30mm
W: 18.3" x D: 8.2" x H: 1.2"
5. Weight: 630g / 22 ounces
6. Working Voltage: 5V DC
7. Support System: WinMe/2000/XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win8.1/Win10
Interchangeable Direction "↑ ← ↓ →" keys and "WASD" keys
19 non-conflict keys:
Simultaneous operation of up to 19 keys without conflict[Q] [A] [Z] [W] [S] [X] [E] [D] [C] [LCrtrl or F] [LAlt or V]
Lock / Unlock Win key features:
Windows/Context Menu keys to prevent
accidental game interruptions
20 Multi-meida Functions with easy access 12 media keys
10 waterproof drain holes
Excellent ergonomic design with 10 Waterproof Drainage Holes
Top Customer Reviews
More recently, I’ve upgraded to this keyboard from the Dell (vanilla) keyboard that comes with their computers purchased form them and I’m satisfied at this point (day two) with my purchase of the UtechSmart Saturn baklit keyboard. I will submit another review at the 3 month mark.
This is the upgraded version and I’m quite happy with almost everything about it except the legs are a bit short. I could use a bit more angle to give me a bit more precision on keys that I have to reach for; I’ll fix that with a little ingenuity. However, I still don’t know what is meant by “upgraded”, but I feel rather blessed that I don’t have the non-upgraded model. Which is also a testament to UtechSmart paying attention to what the customers suggest; I think.
These keys are awesome! It is responsive and I can type a bit more easily than I can on the DELL keyboard. What I find somewhat disappointing, is that I can’t find any information regarding the navigation keys (buttons) at the top of the keyboard to the left of the dimmer knob that are mostly self explanatory such as the search key (magnifying glass-duh), Refresh key (a little cryptic) although it makes sense, the back and forward navigation keys (left and right arrows). Then to the right of the Dimmer Knob, there is the power button (universal power symbol), go figure, the Sleep button (moon symbol). Then adjacent to that is the Sunrise symbol? I keep pushing that and no one comes to bring my morning Orange Juice. Maybe it’s the Sun Setting and not the Sun Rising. I’m still not sure what it does. There again, there is not documentation that I have found that outlines what these shortcut keys do. To the right of that is an odd symbol of my computer, which does exactly that: It brings up the Windows Explorer starting point at “My Computer”. No where have I been able to find documentation that refers to these shortcut buttons. But if you’re using a computer it is assumed that you know how to use one, and by extension that you may be somewhat technical; especially if you’re a Windows User. Over the years of using Windows, I think we have all found the need to be technical in one form or another. It is simply unavoidable. Some are just better at avoiding it than others and those are the ones that ask me to fix their computer problems. Am I right? But I digress.
This is a pretty dang good keyboard for just under thirty bucks. One of the best things that I found immediately upon openning the box, was the Printed Card that gives you options; if you're happy with it go here http://www.utechsmart.com/reward If you're Unhappy email Support@Utechsmart.com If you're interested in giveaways and such go to http://www.utechsmart.com/reward. Upon going to the places I found little else to do once I arrived. The Reward program has since expired as of December, but it is still an example of a company that is interested in what their customers think. One of the links that they provided was an RMA site where you can fill out an RMA form. This is good. As anyone who has purchased products online can attest, some companies could care less if you have recourse once they have your money. UtechSmart is NOT such a company and I am interested in purchasing more of their products in the future. I am impressed with their product as well as their willingness to support the product. So much can be lost in translation with so many internet product companies that the customers often feel they're rolling the dice when they spend their money. I feel comfortable doing business with them. I am very satisfied with this product and would recommend this to anyone in need of a back-lit keyboard.
Why not Five Stars? A Bentley, a Rolex or a Tiffany Diamond are Five Star purchases. A keyboard? Not so much. There were just a couple things that excluded it from the Creme de la Creme. It is designed for gamers. Let's be realistic.
Here's a breakdown of what I liked and didn't like --
Multi-function LED lights
Lockable windows key
Sleek design and braided cable
Waterproof, although I can't bring myself to test that out on a new keyboard
Holds up to every game I've tested it on
Some of the keys squeak when I press them, but that has started to disappear with more use
LED lights aren't programmable
No single button for volume - you have to press the function key followed by F2 or F3
If the keyboard loses power it won't remember your settings
Enter Key is a bit weirdly placed, but it isn't too hard to get used to
Overall I really like this keyboard but I wish it had more features for programming the functions of keys. It would take this from a decent gaming keyboard to a really solid piece of hardware.
I also wish the keys were a bit less gummy and had more of a click to them, but for me that isn't too big of an issue. If you're on the edge about getting this, I'd say it's worth it. It doesn't really get better than this for a $30 keyboard.
The one and only thing I don't like about this keyboard: the Enter key. They've moved the backslash key down to the home row and placed it to the immediate left of the Enter key. In order to achieve that, they had to shorten the Enter key to the same width as all the other keys. That usually results in me hitting the backslash key at the same time or a microsecond before I hit the "Enter" key, which is an annoyance. But since this keyboard is being used an overwhelming amount of the time for gaming, it's not a huge issue for me.
Would highly recommend this product.