- 6 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Mini Gaming Tower
The software is atrocious and thankfully I haven't had the need to use it but the keyboard itself has exceeded my expectations. The feel of the keys are great and the RGB is amazing other then the fact that you wouldn't want to scroll through the software in order to customize it.
- 2 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Turkish Phlebotomy
The Outemu Browns feel very comparable to Cherry MX Browns, which is a relief having owned MX Browns in the past. It overall feels very tactile and mechanical. There is no "tang" sound when you click a key, which is a common issue with cheap keyboards, so good job there. The included extra 4 Outemu Brown key switches was a very nice addition. The RGB has a lot of good default options and customization, and the colors are very bright and vibrant. The base is a sturdy metal which makes it feel less cheap, and there are cable routing paths on the bottom which is a nice touch. The value here at $45 is incredible considering everything you get (customizable RGB, mechanical switches, sturdy build quality). Would definitely recommend. Shout out to the factory workers for all their hard work.
While this problem isn't that noticeable, after having come from a Corsair Strafe keyboard, there is a tiny bit more key wobble than I'm used to. You can definitely adjust to it, though, and it doesn't really hinder the performance of this keyboard like some others I've heard about. The font is very ugly, almost Comic Sans ugly (almost). Also, I can't speak to the longevity of such a cheap keyboard, but I've seen some other reviews where keys crap out on them in less than a year. Bare that in mind when buying this keyboard; I certainly did.