RAZER Lycosa Gaming Keyboard

Packaging and Contents

Packaging and Contents
 
The RAZER Lycosa comes packaged in the now familiar black and grey theme. The font of the rectangular box features an image of the Lycosa keyboard itself highlighted by the blue back-lit keys. On the reverse side of the box, RAZER has included the features and specifications of the unit.
 
RAZER Lycosa front of box RAZER Lycosa rear of box
 
Opening up the lid, we are greeted by the three headed RAZER logo in flouro green on the underside. The RAZER Lycosa keyboard is protected from accidental breakage courtesy of a large folding flap of cardboard that tucks neatly into the existing box structure. On this flap of cardboard RAZER has also seen fit to highlight the features of the Lycosa again, as well as a message from the RAZERGUY. The square-shaped package that sits neatly in between houses the accessories.
 
Inside box lid Inside box showing install CD
 
Opening up the accessories package we can see the 'usual suspects' from RAZER: a certificate of authenticity; a fold-out product catalogue; some stickers; installation manual and a driver CD.
 
RAZER Lycosa accessories
 
Let's head over the page to have a look at the RAZER Lycosa in a little more detail... 
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Most Recent Comments

05-09-2008, 09:00:05

JN
Nice looking keyboard and great review mate. I'm still yet to find a keyboard to replace my Eclipse.Quote

05-09-2008, 09:08:30

PV5150
Thanks Jim. Yeah the Lycosa is certainly worth a look if you're wanting to replace your SaitekQuote

06-09-2008, 03:31:13

Maverick1dj
I've owned the Lycosa for a few months now, it is a class keyboard, my only gripes are : -

1. The extra connectivity bits on the back for headphones/USB... etc was detachable from the main cable, i have no need for either, and just gets in the way.

2. There was a luminosity control for the back light as in strong daylight it gets quite dimmed.

Apart from that it's defo class, i have no qualms about purchasing it, even for the price.Quote

06-09-2008, 05:29:14

PV5150
Thanks for the feedback Maverick1dj Quote

06-09-2008, 05:55:55

Hassan
I definitly would not get that only for one reason, there are no programmable hot keys on it - or are there? (Didn't read the review properly)

I am a huge fan of Hotkeys.Quote
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