Product Comparison: Razer BlackWidow Chroma vs Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2
- The keyboard feels great. Very solid and nice weight.
- It is very heavy and has great friction pads so that thing is not moving.
- Despite the keyboard itself being made of plastic it has absolutely no flex and pretty good weight.
- Durable plastic with a good weight so it doesn’t slide everywhere when typing.
- Keyboard does have a little weight to it but overall is of high quality.
- 100% control over colors of each key which is awesome.
- The lighting on this keyboard is beautiful. The white backplate make the LEDs really pop out and also very easy to clean.
- It has 5 macros which are just enough. All keys a easy to press and I'm totally love it.
- The custom layouts for certain games is really awesome. The first time it switched automatically it took me by surprise a little.
- This Razer keyboard gives wonderful feedback. I have not tried any of the programmable keys, as I use it primarily for work, I'm sure good feature.
- The wrist rest is much better than any one-size-fits-all or "universal" type that you might find.
- The interface for setting the color patterns was pretty easy, and didn't take long for me to pick what I wanted and get it going.
- The wrist pad is easily the best I've ever gotten to try, it's simply awesome.
- The arm rest is comfy but I hate it. It's way too big.
- The RGB light disperses to the background which is not cool for me.