Tt eSPORTS Poseidon ZX Illuminated Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard
Looking at the left edge of the Poseidon ZX, we find a simple two-piece frame that is widest at the top, and has a rounded section at the bottom to help get ringers under it to move it easily. We also see that with the adjustable feet still flat, the key caps lean away from the front of the keyboard.
The Poseidon ZX offers a slightly textured frame around all of the keys, and the caps are also ever so slightly textured to help keep fingertips from sliding past the keys. As far as branding goes, there is the Battle Dragon on the space bar, and the red and white logo and naming above the arrow keys; nothing gaudy.
Moving in much closer at the top edge, as we get to the F1 through F4 keys, we see they are dual purpose with the use of the function key. Here we have last track, play/pause, next track, and stop multimedia functionality.
This is continued through the F5 to F7 keys as well. These function keys offer the mute, volume down, and volume up functionality to complete the set.
All the way at the other end, we see the F11 and F12 keys are also set for dual purposes. The F11 key can be used to turn down or turn off the LEDs. The F12 key is used to turn them back on, and you can also adjust the LEDs in three levels of intensity with this key.
All of the key caps on the keyboard are cylindrical in shape to cradle your fingers. We can also see the black coating is pretty thick, as the ledges around the letters show. There are home key bumps to associate your hands blindly to the keys as well.
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