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The Razer Anansi MMO Gaming Keyboard features five gaming macro keys on the left, while controls for media, lighting and gaming mode (deactivates the Windows key) are placed on the function keys. The Anansi also sports backlit keys, except it has multi-color LEDs.
Full LED color keys.
Thumb modifier keys.
On-the-fly macro recording.
Well-placed customizable keys.
Media function buttons.
Software has nice UI.
Wonderful visual design.
Great for MMO and general gaming with all keys programmable.
Requires two USB plugs to power itself.
Keys a little mushy.
Mid-to high-profile keys are soft.
Two USB cables required for keyboard and backlight.
Several minor gripes.
By GamingShogun on November 04, 2011
Razer’s Anansi MMO gaming keyboard is, as the name suggests, geared towards the MMO gamer. The overall design of the Anansi seems rugged and solid with a heavy, black plastic body. In fact, the Anansi seems a bit too large when taking into account...
By Bit-tech.net on June 18, 2011
The primary purpose of Razer's new Anansi keyboard is to makes you better-equipped to pwn and not suck – in MMO land at least. At first glance, there isn’t a lot about it that’s different from your typical gaming keyboard, but the...
By HardwareHeaven on March 23, 2011
The initial thing which struck us when using the Anansi for the first time was the fact that it has a lovely typing experience. They key action is weighted pretty much perfectly and it is possible to type fast and accurately within minutes of...
By MadShrimps on March 14, 2011
The Anansi is a very nice keyboard to work with and more silent under normal usage (office work), but also games compared to the mechanical ones I have reviewed in the past. The LED backlight adds a very nice effect, but is not too useful for people...
By Tbreak.com on February 24, 2011
The Anansi is Razer’s latest keyboard targeted specifically towards MMO players. A full keyboard layout with fully customizable LED backlights, the Anansi also comes with 5 additional macro keys on the left side. While the Anansi comes with...
By techcrunch.com on February 21, 2011
Overall there’s just not much to recommend the Anansi over its numerous competitors, including those by Razer. For an all-purpose keyboard either the Lycosa or Black Widow work better, and for macro fiends the Sidewinder keyboards (and, as someone...
By PC Mag on February 16, 2011
The Razer Anansi keyboard has a perfect balance of buttons and features that come in a functional package. Buy it...
By GadgetReview on February 15, 2011
Pros:Wonderful visual design Great for MMO and general gaming with all keys programmable T1-T7 keys are brilliant Cons:Mid- to high-profile keys are mushy, soft Two USB cables required for keyboard and backlight Several minor gripes, like the name and...
By Tweak.dk on March 12, 2013
Hvad kan jeg, så ud fra dette, konkluderer. Det er faktisk meget enkelt. Jeg har prøvet rigtigt mange Razer tastaturer, og egentlig har jeg ikke brudt mig rigtigt om nogen af dem. Og dette er desværre ingen undtagelse. Det gør sig...
By unlimitpc.com on November 23, 2011
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