Summing up now, we have the awesomeness of the LCD providing you with more geek than you could possibly imagine. There are a good number of applications out there and the ability to link up with Windows sideshow, while not totally amazing, does give good room for expandability.
The one thing I love about this keyboard is the ability to change the backlight colour to anything under the RGB rainbow! It really does make me grin wildly just playing with such a nifty feature.
Now for the bad news, I just plain have an issue with the price tag. It's stupidly expensive for even the hardcore gamers out there who want it. Newegg are currently shifting it at $205.99 U.S. plus shipping. I know it has an LCD and full controller and RGB LED backlighting control, but still, it's just not justifiable no matter how you look at it.
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