Zowie Gear Celeritas
Cherry MX Brown keys.
Excellent for typing as well as gaming.
Anti ghosting available both through PS/2 (all keys) and through USB (6 keys).
Comfortable to type on.
Metal inner chassis.
Caps Lock light issue.
No USB ports.
No headphone pass through.
No wrist rest.
Keys are a tad loud.
By eTeknix on October 31, 2013
Zowie have made their name in the gaming industry by being laser focused on pro gaming and eSports, and rightly so, because when it comes to making high performance gaming equipment there really isn't a better testing ground than competitive gaming....-
By uk.hardware.info on December 25, 2011
Keyboards come in all shapes and sizes - from simple to advanced, basic or with display, or with a sound card or extra keys. The quality of the keys themselves often is of secondary importance. This review will focus on a category of keyboards that has...-
By Pureoverclock on October 30, 2011
Aesthetically speaking, the Zowie Celeritas is a wonderful example of sleek minimalism. There are no extranous components here, no unnecessary frills; just a solid keyboard that gets the job done very nicely. It has a very substantial weight and...-
By Overclockers Club on September 14, 2011
where I’m supposed to tell you whether or not you should buy the ZOWIE Celeritas for your own use. You and I both know that I can’t decide if this is the keyboard for you but some specific points might help you choose. First off, the...-
By techPowerUp! on March 11, 2011
Even though the Celeritas is a thrill to type and game on it does come with some severe drawbacks. The biggest flaw of the Celeritas is the price €120 is just too high an asking price for the average user, even though it is incredibly comfortable....80
By SweMOD on February 28, 2011
Today we're having a look at the Celeritas keyboard from Zowie Gear.ZOWIE GEAR is an innovative manufacturer of competitive gaming gear, founded late 2008 with a mission to develop the best competitive gaming gear available. We are not limited by...100
By Overclock3D on February 18, 2011
Putting a keyboard through its paces is always fun. As somebody who types an extraordinary amount I'm very sensitive to the feel of a keyboard. Naturally there is a little adjustment period with anything as you get used to the pressure needed to...80
By Vortez on January 20, 2011
Well this was our first encounter with a mechanical keyboard, and with new brand Zowie, but what I can say is that I am very impressed by both. It's rare for a new company to release a mechanical keyboard as their first keyboard peripheral but Zowie...-
By Rbmods.com on January 18, 2011
I have been using this keyboard for a few days now and I normally type on a "natural" design keyboard so I'm not used to typing on a straight "normal" keyboard. I have to admit though it did not take me long to learn to type on this keyboard and I...-
By XSReviews on January 11, 2011
If you asked me which I would pick, my long time favourite, the 7G or this, I'd find it hard to choose. They both have fantastic mechanical switches and are simply beatufiul to type on, they're comfortable, tactile and have sleek designs; while...100