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Creative Fatal1ty White & Black 104 Normal Keys USB Slim Gaming Keyboard

Creative Fatal1ty White & Black 104 Normal Keys USB Slim Gaming Keyboard
alaScore 77

72 reviews

Dec, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 72 reviews of Creative Fatal1ty White & Black 104 Normal Keys USB Slim Gaming Keyboard. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Reviewers really like the durability. The design also gets good feedback. Many are negative about the price.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Creative Fatal1ty White & Black 104 Normal Keys USB Slim Gaming Keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: SamK311 (newegg.com)

Creative Fatal1ty White & Black 104 Normal Keys USB Slim Gaming Keyboard

 

It took only 48 hours to process and get to my house. X_X

Very thin, very lightweight, yet has quality keys, fast response, etc. Works like a laptop keyboard, and it glows

No media keys, no right ctrl key, a couple of other odd key placements, but nothing big

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: SimonTek (newegg.com)

eh more to be desired

 

The reason I bought it was for the back lighting. its responsive and all. but My big grip with it are the key locations. The delete key is above the backspace, home, pg up, pg dn, and end are to the right, near the enter key and shift. I always...

Back Lighting. Short keys, long usb cord

key setup

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: amp;#272;emonic (newegg.com)

Nice board, ok lighting .

 

For the price it's very 'basic' and I find myself using a zippy keyboard I got on newegg more so than this one that I paid twice the price for. I'd go for something else really. because the price of this keyboard you kind find better if you're looking...

It's scissor switch technology. Feels pretty good playing games and typing in general

The lighting for this keyboard is kind of weak and it takes a darker room for it to really show up (as it might for other back lit boards as well). Not really a "con," but it could use media keys as others have stated

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Love it

 

Slim, responsive keyboard not mushy like most cheap keyboards. Lighting is strong but not overpowering, compact design makes it great for LAN parties

doesn't brush my teeth

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: Traverlaw (newegg.com)

Beautiful Machine

 

The bag that came in the combo is junk. The trial programs are pretty easy to uninstall, but some are not listed in the Programs and Features menu.

Nice keyboard, crisp keys and my typo rate instantly dropped. The big deal here is that I ordered this keyboard at 2:09 p.m. YESTERDAY. It arrived at 10:00 a.m. this morning. The only way Newegg could have gotten it here faster would have been to put...

None

Mar, 2008

Consumer review by: CheesySnacks (newegg.com)

Depends on use.

 

Low Profile, Small in Size, Very Comfortable keys ; Great for Data Entry

I Own 2 of these 1 at home and one at work, Im a big game addict, The one at my home has bad problems the keys are falling apart buttons stick the internal making of this keyboard are not made for hard gaming use ; The one at my office works great no...

Mar, 2008

Consumer review by: Moggraider (newegg.com)

Probably the best gaming keyboard.... just don't drop it

 

This keyboard's scissor keys make it feel faster and more responsive than other keyboards on the market. Other keyboard's' traditional keys, like the Logitech and Saitek models, start to feel worn-out or gunked up after a while, but the scissor keys on...

Don't drop the Fatal1ty. Make sure your work environment is one where there's little danger of your board falling to the ground. The Fatal1ty can't withstand much punishment, and after a few months I had to RMA mine due to keys falling off after a...

Feb, 2008

Consumer review by: RedEd (newegg.com)

Too Limited of a Keyboard

 

LOOK ELSEWHERE FOR A BETTER ILLUMINATED KEYBOARD

Compact and solid construction. Quality is there and a short throw for the keys. But

There is no right side Ctrl button (important for some apps) ; The eluminX is a joke. I can barely see the keys after they are lit up in the dark - because the entire key gets lit up, not just the letter (like some more thought-out keyboards on the...

Feb, 2008

Consumer review by: tetrodotox1n (newegg.com)

worth every penny

 

Don't eat cookies over this board unless you have some canned air handy.

The best keyboard I've owned, and well worth the price. The metal frame and translucent, laptop style keys give it a solid feel and sleek look. Keys depress easily and have a shorter range of motion than "desktop" keyboards and are entirely backlit,...

Bit of a learning curve if one is used to bulky "desktop" models, though I find that I type faster now. More sensitive to crumbs than your average keyboard

Feb, 2008

Consumer review by: n/a (newegg.com)

Close to perfection

 

Very nice key response. Full stroke keyboards, to varying degrees, always feel sloppy to me. In the past year or two I've tried the Eclipse (sloppy keys, paint wears off, detected by Windows as a controller), G15 (sloppy keys, huge footprint, feature...

Some weird choices with the layout. I like the omission of a second Windows key, but the one to get rid of is the one of the left, so you don't hit it during gaming. There's also a second "\" key next to the space bar, which doesn't make sense to me....

Feb, 2008