If I hadn't bought 2 I would still be trying to get it to work!
You can't customize the lights at all but it still is a really good keyboard for the price.
You can have the lights on but if you hit function and the light key to change the lighting all it does is turn the lights off (they don't breathe).
I originally thought i could change the colors to a solid but you cannotas a poor typist i got it to see the keys better and the look of some will take getting used to so i have to look closer because of the odd shape of the letters odd gaps the B for example looks like l3 but i'm sure i'll get use to it over all for the price i'm pretty happy with it the different colors instead of a solid one makes it a little dimmer than i was hoping for but at brightest setting i can see to use it in a darkened room.
I like the colors and the simple design but sometimes the colors disappear and it is very hard to see the keys because the key lettering and numbering are transparent.
If you try to use it the keys you press don’t always work, it will randomly press other keys.
:/ now you can’t see the letters/numbers on the keyboard.
This is a passable keyboard- it's one of the few 17" keyboards I could find that would fit in my retractable keyboard tray, and I was happy with the small price tag and colored lights.But my main problem with this keyboard is that the top 2 rows of keys on the right half of the keyboard are unresponsive.
Well - the amount of pressure you need put on the key is ridiculously high, it's beame annoying when working on any long term typing task, queboard sounds are loud, and after 3.5 month of using it - some keys stopped work - for example letter C, and number 3.And i don't know what's going on , but i noticed that the keyboard somehow forces my laptop to turn of or reboot.