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Wolf King Warrior KBWOLDK2388URD Red&Black USB Gaming Keyboard - Retail

Wolf King Warrior KBWOLDK2388URD Red&Black USB Gaming Keyboard - Retail
alaScore 78

41 reviews

Dec, 2018

  • Negative

We have collected and analyzed 41 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 86/100. The average review date is Dec 1, 2006. We have compared these reviews to 364526 reviews from other Keyboards. The alaScore™ for this product is 78/100 = Good. Last update: Dec 10, 2018.

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Consumer review (newegg.com)

Wonderful

 

Everything is right at your fingertips. No need to adjust your hands to get to the next key

Little large, but who cares

Apr, 2008

Consumer review (newegg.com)

WOLF KING Warrior DK2388URD Red/Black 55 Normal Keys USB Gaming Keyboard

 

Would be nice if they could have a selection of other colors on new egg, but the red will do.

Wonderful keyboard, I've seen much improvement in my play sense I've gotten this

Takes about a day to get use to it, but after you get use to it, you'll never go back to using the regular keyboard

Mar, 2008

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Can not live without it!

 

The ony thing I really, really, really wish this thing had was backlit keys! I like to game in dimly light and sometimes completely dark rooms, and when you are searching for a particular key it makes it very hard to do!

Been using this now for the last 10 months and though it does take a bit to get used to, once you do, you can never use a regular keyboard again. I used this primarily for WoW and Quake related games; superb for both

Keys not backlit

Jan, 2008

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Great game pad

 

It could use some improvements, like I'd really like a analog stick that replaces WASD controls. Also, it makes some buttons easily available that normally aren't (such as the o and b keys), so you will probably want to do some reconfiguring with most...

All the buttons you need for every game I've played close together. I used to get really frustrated with keyboards, even with my large hands there were never enough buttons in reach. Now that I've had this thing for a while, I can't stand playing...

The ALT key is placed badly, it's hard to hold it down and press number keys (or any keys really). It should really be just below the F1 key, not off on its own ; The numbers start with 0 and go to 9. If you want the visual display for games to follow...

Jan, 2008

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Great value

 

It would be nice if it came with it's own software for remapping, but for it's price, it's worth it anyway.

If you have a large hand, this is the gaming keyboard for you. I can reach every button with ease. The keyboard is compact enough to travel with, and the buttons are comfortably shaped

No software. This functions exactly like a keyboard, but shaped differently. Odds are, you're gonna want to remap at least a few keys in your games, but that's not really a hassle

Dec, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

dont buy this

 

At least I learned one thing about gaming keyboards. Make sure the keys you use every 3-5 seconds in game are in a good position. Whoever designed this board was probably not a gamer and was definetly not a good gamer.

Only pro is its small so its easy to take to other peoples houses and stuff for lan parties

This thing is awfull. I bought it and trashed it after trying to use it for about a month. The keys you use the most are about as far away and hard to hit as possible. CTRL key...ducking in every fps has one of the smallest keys on the board. It has a...

Dec, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Huge!

 

perfect for counter-strike and world of warcraft because all of the keys are right within my hand's reach

The ctrl on the right is useless with my stubble pinky ; bright light ; esc,vol+,vol- buttons feel weak ; need to keep your finger down

Dec, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Difficult to use

 

It is larger than it appears in photos, I bought this to have more impulse-hittable keys but this has actually reduced my options.

Functions perfectly out of the box

No software to remap keys forces you to remap your keys in games around the device, thus making it a keyboard OR wolf king choice instead of being able to actively switch between the two

Nov, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Nice

 

None

As advertised, feels good, nice for FPS lovin

Nothing considering it's use

Aug, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Good gaming keypad, but flawed in some respects.

 

You will have to retrain the position memory of your fingers for this keypad, but it should be worth it once you do. However, the manufacturer needlessly repositioned some keys (see cons) that makes this retraining more difficult than it should be. I...

All of the most-used gaming keys are right at your fingertips. The keys have a nice responsive feel for my fingers. I won't be prematurely wearing out the movement keys (W, A, S, D) on my main keyboard from gaming anymore. :)

The position of the G and T keys should be swapped so they are more like a normal keyboard. The 0 key needs to be placed back after the 9 also. Two Ctrl keys (both signaling left-Ctrl) are next to each other while excluding the Caps Lock key! The...

Jul, 2007