Audio and USB connector.
All the keys are programmable.
Tactile low-profile keys.
Touch sensitive media controls.
Small form factor.
Good typing feel.
Anti ghosting on WASD cluster only.
Difficult to see keys without lighting.
Poor touch panel responsiveness.
Keys can be sticky at times.
Glossy cover gets dirty easily.
One USB port.
Finger Prints show up harshly.
In WASD mode in darkened room other keys hard to see.
Attracts finger prints.
Poor audio auality.
Multimedia keys lack tactile feel.
By CIOL on August 27, 2010
The Razer Lycosa is an evolved and sleeker Razer Tarantula with stripped off functionality. The original Tarantula was a great keyboard but what concerned us was the "stripped off functionality" amounting to how Razer cut corners to reduce the price...-
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
It's missing a few customizations that would be nice but it's still a great...88
By Ocaholic on September 19, 2009
With the Razer Lycosa youll really have a very well manufactured gaming keyboard which can be used without installing any drivers. To take advatage of all the functions youll need to install the delivered software. The esthetic design with the...-
By BrightHub on June 09, 2009
When it comes to Razer gaming keyboards, there are good and there are great. Here is your gamers review to the Razer Lycosa to help you make up your mind on spending the money for this great gaming accessory. Razer KeyboardsRating When it comes to...100
By Tech Arkade on January 22, 2009
About Razer:Razer collaborates with gamers to develop, manufacture and market cutting-edge gaming peripherals utilizing proprietary technologies that give gamers the competitive edge. We reinvented the computer gaming industry by bringing this...85
By Tech Olive on December 12, 2008
The people at Razer where nice enough to send me a Razer Lycosa to review. I loved the idea since the only real “gaming” keyboard I had ever used was the Logitech G15, so I was excited to see how these two amazing boards would compare...80
By Hardware Secrets on October 20, 2008
Strong PointsElegant designRequires less workspaceFeatures headset connectionsComfortable and easy to clean rubber-coated keysPrecise responseUtilizes F1-F10 as reprogrammable keysWeak PointsDetachable wrist rest bolted down with four...-
By GWN on September 08, 2008
A great keyboard with a few shortcomings that holds a special place in our...85
By Overclock3D on September 05, 2008
So how well did the RAZER Lycosa perform in today's review? I must admit that I was really impressed by the RAZER Lycosa. Even though it doesn't bring anything exceptionally new to the table that hasn't been done before, it does what it does...87
By GameSpot on August 26, 2008
When I first got to see the Razer Lycosa keyboard it was when I asked Hardware Editor James Yu if he had a USB keyboard I could borrow. You see, it was game night and the PS3 does not recognize any kind of keyboard except those that connect either via...-