A lot of people will start complaining that it sucks because they aren't used to it. Here are 3 things to keep in mind when buying
1. You'll need to get used to placement of keys. Q is directly below 1. Not like how your average keyboard is; it's actually directly below 1. It's not like it's to the side, so you might press esc when wanting to press 1. Also, fn is not on the left side, so it's hard to press the functions keys, but this can be adjusted with the driver.(which can be saved onto the keyboard).
2. A few keys are missing. ~, f11 and f12 are keys I use often that are missing. The equal key can be pressed by fn+. Remember to look at ur manual!
3. Tab key is 1 UNIT. This means you can't buy that cool jelly keycaps and stick everything on. Ur gonna have this odd key that you don't know what to do with. If you don't care about future customization, then sure; take this keyboard- but i'll warn you, MY KEYCAPS ARE BEGINNING TO BLUR AFTER 3 MONTHS
Cool things I appreciate:
> Num pad is pretty cool tbh
> You can have a config that saves with the keyboard, and just connect it to someone else's computer and use it
> 4 light configs (plus the default 4). Portable, no driver needed. Just set it once and ur done.
> Pretty good job of cramming a lot of keys onto the keyboard.
> Adjustable speed of backlight animations, dimness, and backlight off completely
> Decide whether or not to charge the keyboard with a simeple hotkey (fn+alt)
> Windows key lock (prevent win key from being pressed)
> usb cable detachable (like a lot of their products lol)
> super fast reconnect to other devices, just press fn z,x, or c and you can swap to ur other device