FRONTPAGE Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z RGB (Brown Switch) Mechanical Keyboard Review

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No more than a few months old is the RGB version of the Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z Mechanical Keyboard, an input device which is geared toward the gaming crowd. With fancy lighting, a fully mechanical layout, and macro functionality this keyboard looks to be loaded with features. Let's see how it stacks up with the fierce competition in the gaming keyboard market.


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Mandrake4565

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Interesting you found the same with the Kailh switches Atmin. I was at Microcenter the other day and walked down the Keyboard isle playing around with the Razor keyboards. I didn't feel that the keystrokes were as tactical and precise as the Cherry keys I've used.
 

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Interesting you found the same with the Kailh switches Atmin. I was at Microcenter the other day and walked down the Keyboard isle playing around with the Razor keyboards. I didn't feel that the keystrokes were as tactical and precise as the Cherry keys I've used.

I actually forgot that Razer was using the modified Kailh switches now... Thinking back, theirs feel EXACTLY the same as these!
Thanks for the feedback :)
 

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Apparently your review motivated a cost reduction :O

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823162037

changing that to 80$ certainly changes the aspect of that keyboard.

I played around with one of these at best buy a while ago, and the keys themselves felt fine to me, but very inconsistent across the keyboard (irritating when the W key is softer than the A or D for instance). The space bar was also atrocious. For 80$ i'd rather forgo fancy lights and get a more solid keyboard, but finding a good one under 100$ is getting somewhat difficult.
 
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ATMINSIDE

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Apparently your review motivated a cost reduction :O

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823162037

changing that to 80$ certainly changes the aspect of that keyboard.

I played around with one of these at best buy a while ago, and the keys themselves felt fine to me, but very inconsistent across the keyboard (irritating when the W key is softer than the A or D for instance). The space bar was also atrocious. For 80$ i'd rather forgo fancy lights and get a more solid keyboard, but finding a good one under 100$ is getting somewhat difficult.

Wow, what a drop!
 

Mandrake4565

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Yeah $40.00 does make a difference...Though I'll still look for Cherry keys if I'm ever replacing one of my Mechanicals.