The Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition is a membrane keyboard that was released around late 2008, 2 years before Razer actually released their mechanical keyboard with their Blackwidow lineup.
I got this around 2011 when I first built my own gaming PC alongside other Razer peripherals such as the Razer DeathAdder, Razer Onza Xbox Controller, and the Razer Goliathus Extended Mousepad. They served me well but unfortunately, they broke down after several years. The only thing remained on my current desk setup is the Xbox controller and the extended mousepad.
Just check out the gaming rigs on this event that I participated back in 2011, none of these have RGB lighting on it! most of these have either Red or Blue lighting and the overall color scheme is achieved by the colors of the components itself (except those that are modded/painted).
With all that being said, it was definitely fun going back in time, the gaming and PC building in general has changed a lot, same goes when it comes to keyboards and the ever-growing availability of affordable mechanical keyboards. Now, finally,
Let’s see what’s inside the Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition
Here’s the summary plus more info about the main points that I’ve mentioned in the video:
Mechanical VS Membrane Keyboard Pros and Cons:
Membrane Keyboard Pros:
This was a fun nostalgic project, I hope you guys enjoyed it and somehow got something out of it. If you ran into a crossroad where you think it’s time to upgrade your keyboard, I highly recommend that you consider investing in a mechanical one.
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