Adjustable multi-color backlight.
Super comfortable and responsive.
Some minor bugs remain with touchpad.
Some software kinks.
Few compelling touch screen apps.
By Expert Reviews on May 07, 2013
One of the most comprehensive gaming keyboards around, but it’s incredibly expensive...80
By Overclock3D on January 23, 2013
So let's get the elephant in the room dealt with. No, if you're solely after a keyboard for typing and don't plan at all on gaming to the degree you need a spare screen with some cool features, this is too expensive for your needs. But, and...87
By HardwareHeaven on December 01, 2012
Kaeyi takes a look at the Razer Deathstalker Ultimate...80
By PCAuthority on November 08, 2012
Ultimately, though, it is bit of an unnecessary gadget. It’s great on the Blade, where it’s more tightly integrated with the overall machine, but on a keyboard it seems a bit cludgy, not to mention excessive in terms of cost.75
By PCAdvisor on November 02, 2012
Early adopters and LAN partiers in need of a little extra braggadocio may embrace the Deathstalker Ultimate purely on the promise of being able to check Twitter on their keyboard between bouts of Counter-Strike, and MMORPG players will appreciate the extra screen space and programmable hotkeys afforded by the Switchblade UI...60
By PCWorld India on October 30, 2012
PC enthusiasts expect to pay extra for premium peripherals, and Razer's new Deathstalker Ultimate ($250) pushes that expectation to the breaking point by including a flashy new touchscreen interface that's unlike anything we've ever seen in...-
By TechHive on October 29, 2012
Building a beautiful LCD touchscreen and ten programmable LED keys into a gaming keyboard is a neat idea, but in practice the Switchblade interface feels more like a gimmick than a useful feature. Opening apps like Twitter or Facebook on your keyboard instead of your browser is pointless...-
By RipTen on October 29, 2012
I’d recommend looking at the DeathStalker, which is functionally very similar (just without the Switchblade). We’re keeping our eye on the progress of the Switchblade UI and we’ll keep you posted as more developers sign on with unique applications for the embedded screen.75
By PCWorld on October 29, 2012
The gimmicky features and average performance of this unique gaming keyboard don't justify the premium price.60
By GadgetReview on October 25, 2012
The Deathstalker Ultimate is unlike any keyboard we’ve seen thus far. The full capacitive keyboard will turn many heads. Plus general keyboard performance is excellent. I can easily recommend this one as I know Razer is committed to enhancing the longevity of that touch screen with more gamer-targeted applications.70