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Designed exclusively for StarCraft II: Wings of Libertyâ„¢, the Razer Marauder StarCraft II gaming keyboard is a full featured, tournament ready keyboard with an extremely compact design. The Razer Marauder's elevated keys are perfected for rapid commands and improved gaming performance. Your increased performance is monitored by an all new APM (Actions-Per-Minute) Lighting System that provides real-time performance feedback through changing color hues for a completely immersive gaming experience. Enhanced with a dedicated on-the-fly macro recording system, the Razer Marauder is built with a gaming optimized design that reflects the StarCraft II universe and bolsters the gameplay experience. Elevated Keys with Optimized Travel Distance & Spacing The Razer Marauder features optimized key travel distance that allows for fast actuation while preventing accidental key presses. APM Lighting System The Razer Marauder's APM-Lighting System is able to monitor your APM and game alerts in real-time with a range of customizable colors and visual feedback. Find out more about APM and our APM-Lighting system On-The-Fly Macro Recording Allows For Effortless Configuration Record unlimited macros on-the-fly without having to take your eye off the game and immediately change between up to 10 profiles without the hassle of going into complex driver menus.
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Its really comfortable to work with since the keys are soft and responsive and the back light can be customized to numerous distinct colors which is not just attractive but also makes it very useful to use the keyboard in any lighting conditions. A lot of other great customizations like remapping keys and using macros and using multiple profiles are highlights.
One biggest con is the integration of arrow keys and editing keys with numpad which gets a lot of time to get used to, especially when you do a lot of editing where you would need to use the arrow keys/editing keys and numbers at the same time, where you have to enable/disable Numlock everytime. But then we need to understand that this is what makes the keyboard compact and unique. Razer could have used a detachable Num lock model for this and let the user make the choice if the keyboard is compact or not, just like the Razer Tron keyboard.
Overall, a great buy provided you can live with that key integration despite paying dearly to buy this.