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When I received this keyboard I was very happy with how it looked. Everything worked fine, key strokes felt great.
After a few weeks the keyboard sometimes did not 'start up' when I started up my PC. The solution was unplugging the USB everytime that happened and it would start working properly again.
After a few months the keystrokes started to press double letters if I only pressed a key once. I only used it for gaming in that time, so it did not matter. Later on I needed to write more on the keyboard and noticed it was not only one key, but it became more keys. I thought something was wrong with my motherboard, tried all different USB plugs.... but nothing solved it except for turning on some setting in windows that does not repeat keystrokes within a certain amount of time. When I tried my boyfriends Logitech keyboard for a little while I experienced none of the above faults, so the problem was not my PC but the keyboard.
Eventhough the keyboard looks great, I don't think it is worth the money if it breaks down after a few months.
I have now bought a new keyboard (from a big brand) that works perfectly.