Razer is probably the most familiar of mice. As a major peripheral manufacturer, but it has pretty much all classes represented something in order to meet the needs of gamers. In addition to mice, pads and headsets are naturally also keyboards for different needs, specifically geared to players of course. One is the Lycosa and would like our test, we look at. Razer Lycosa is in contrary to other players not to great keyboards frills, no display, no macro keys. You get a buyer in ordinary keyboard layout, the only special feature is a dark blue lighting of the keys. A control panel for various media players on the other hand is now considered good form and is found naturally on the Lycosa, in the form of a touch-sensitive panel on the keypad.
The case of the Lycosa is fully kept in piano lacquer finish, this deviation is the palm rest, which was painted dull. These can be removed also, but have four screws on the bottom. Even the keys are not kept in piano lacquer, but are a non-slip, rubber-like synthetic material coated with what effectively is to prevent a slippage. As another gimmick Lycosa contains at the back of a USB port and two jacks for headphones and microphone, each cable from the PC by ground are via easy and therefore on the desktop are available, the fact but also the keyboard cable is very thick and inflexible. The processing of the RAID and the entire keyboard are very good.