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MAD CATZ S.T.R.I.K.E 5 KEYBOARD DRIVER
Mad Catz announces the S.T.R.I.K.E. 5 keyboard for pro gamers, pre-order now for $200
Personally, I quite like it, mostly because it gives me that feeling of sitting behind the launch controls of a NASA rocket due to head off into orbit, or of being at the helm of a spaceship designed in the not-so-far future. The build quality of the entire unit is also solid, though I would expect it to be so with a price-tag like the S5 has. Be warned, though, the S5 attracts dust like a freaking magnet, and the black finish marks pretty easily, Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard. Yes, those are very small nitpicks, I know. But to some people these things matter. Strange people, but people nonetheless. The big selling point on the box of the S5 is its unique modular design, meaning it comes packaged in several pieces that can be put together in a total of five different layouts, allowing you to customise the whole thing to your liking.
So exactly how is it divided up? The initial setup took me around minutes, but that was mostly due to me taking my time and Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard everything as I went along. The two sections of the main board hook together, while the OLED unit slides into the back of either piece and has an angled, fold-out support. The side buttons I honestly have no better name for them also hook on to either piece of the main board as well.
Personally I never had much of a reason to use anything but the default as I call it configuration, which is to say the entirety of the parts fitted together to create one super-keyboard! However, having said that I did find the ability to take the keyboard apart and change the layout useful at times. For example Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard I was doing some heavy research and had my desk absolutely covered in books I found it handy to be able to remove the section of Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard with the directional arrows so that I could fit the QWERTY section the keyboard on the desk and still type everything out that I needed to.
I also found myself using what I nicknamed the FPS configuration quite a bit. So, in short, it is something of a gimmick but it can also have genuine practical applications.
The main two pieces of the keyboard alone are a good few inches longer than your standard keyboard, and the side-button segment adds another inch or so to that as well. So those with very limited space may want to keep this in mind. For the sake of this review I pondered for a while how best to Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard talk about the S5, and eventually I reached the conclusion that it would probably make the most sense to chat about each piece of Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard keyboard individually, before commenting on it as a whole.
Cool features, of which only some are practical. On the left-hand side is the aptly named E. Navigating through the E.
And as a nice visual touch the logo of whatever applications you have assigned to the unit show up on the middle of the E. The obvious problem with the OLED module is really the same problem with most of the keyboard: The thing is, though, that I found myself using the E. Some of the other features are a bit more useful in a practical sense, though, such as the clock, which I appreciated having when I was in the middle of a game and losing track Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard time. The respawn timer is also kind of useful, as is the volume control. The keys themselves also feel a bit flimsy in comparison to the rest of the S5. This does mean you're limited to rather dead-feeling membrane-switch keys, but although they're not too nice under your fingers, they are very responsive when you're Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard.
The STRIKE 5 also has the modular approach of its brethren, allowing you to configure the keyboard in a variety of different ways depending on the space that's available, or your dominant hand.
I have to say I like the way you can cut it down to be a very functional compact keyboard by removing the number pad, however, without that side panel you also lose any cursor keys which might be an issue for you. And Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard I couldn't stretch that far?
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