First, the green illuminated keys are great for typing in poor lighting, and after downloading the software from Razer you can turn it off, dim, normal, or extremely bright. I like the feel of the keys, they "click" a bit louder than some keyboards, but not like a typewriter loud, and the noise doesn't bother me anyway. Second, it's somewhat heavy and seems well built, like it will last a long time. Lastly, it has a USB port on it, and two audio connections for a microphone and headset. I'm still getting used to it, but so far so good. It will require two usb connections to hook it up to your computer, but that shouldn't be a problem.
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