I was looking for a 60%keyboard to fit on the sliding keyboard space on my desk. This keyboard does everything I need and so much more.. The keystrokes are sturdy and it feels accurate in precision, even more so than my old Logtiech G810. For gaming, it helps keep my hands at a natural distance as my two hands are at shoulder's length!
First off, I’m really impressed with this keyboard for the price I paid. For comparison, my current daily driver is a Keychron K8 aluminum frame with XDA PBT keycaps and Cherry MX Brown switches. This Tezarre TK61 is a budget 60% keyboard, but comes with the same features a pricier keyboard would.
I’ve had the red switch keyboard for a week. The packaging was very well thought. There were instruction, a usb c cable and a usb dongle. I tried this out at work and at home for gaming. The rgb settings are easy to cycle through and it even has a feature that locks the arrow keys when you need them so you don’t have to hold down fn.
This keyboard feels amazing for the price. Although the lights are not individually addressable, there are lots of inbuilt lighting modes, including some profiles that are reactive to your key presses. The backlight is bright and has an adjustable brightness if it’s too much for you (perfect for late night/dark rooms).
This one is actually cheaper than if I buy straight from Logitech or Corsair. The switch is truly mechanical because when I type, I could here the normal click sound like on my Corsair keyboard. The texts on the keyboard are well printed. They don't seem to fade easily. The backlight is very bright too. Good for me to game at night.
I absolutely love the sound of this keyboard, it was just a bit loud but with the o-rings and lube it’s perfect for my personal taste. The switches are not prelubed but the stabilizers are lubed GENEROUSLY. I am obsessed with the pudding keycaps as well, i have yet to see another keyboard come with factory pudding keycaps.