Pro: the included magnetic wrist rest is neat.Cons:problem 1: "mecha membrane" is marking bs meaning, "it's not a mechanical keyboard but it is really loud." typing is obnoxiously loud and lacks the comfort of a real mechanical keyboard. This keyboard clicks for literally no reason other than to impress low iq people.Problem 2: the function keys are remarkably poorly placed: the fn key is on the lower right, while the most useful function keys, the volume controls, are for some reason placed on the f1-f3 keys on the top left of the keyboard. So if you want to change the volume with the keyboard, you are pretty much going to have to use two hands. Meanwhile, the f9-f10 keys, which are much easier to reach in tandem with the fn key, have cryptic and useless function key functions: there's an m in a circle, and a g in a circle. I have no idea what these do or why it was important to make them so easily accessible. This is madness!Problem 3: the razer synapse software is bad and requires you to make an account with razer and sign in. Yuck.I used this keyboard for a month or so before getting totally fed up and upgrading to a das keyboard 4 professional. Real mechanical switches, no software to install, no function keys, dedicated volume knob and media keys, usb hub built-in.