This is my last review on products from Revoltec's gaming gear lineup. Earlier this month I've already published a review on the Precison Pro
and Precision Advanced
mousepads, along with a test of Revoltec's FightMouse
. These products performed pretty well and most of them are available at a fairly low price. In this review I'm taking a closer look at the Revoltec FightBoard keyboard, this is a keyboard specifically designed for gamers.
The FightBoard Advanced ships in this blue box which features some tribals. The front has a see-through window and the back features lots of information about this keyboard.
The keyboard is black and just like the Revoltec FightMouse Advanced gaming mouse it features a carbon-like look. This is quite subjective but personally I think the keyboard looks pretty good.
Also included was a gummed palm rest which can be attached to the keyboard for a bit more comfort:
The FightBoard advanced also ships with a quite detailed manual and a CD ROM with the software to activate the special function keys.
The most special features of the Revoltec FightBoard advanced are the:
Interchangeable fightkeys, the standard movement keys can be replaced
A Windows key deactivation button
Ten programmable macro keys + 2nd function key = 20 programmable buttons
Dimensions: 495 x 200 x 28 mm (L x B x H)
Weight: 0,9 Kg
Layout: 104 keys
Macro keys: 10 (20 with dual allocation)
Connection: USB 2.0 (compatible with USB 1.1)
Compatibility: Windows Vista / XP 64 / XP / 2000