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5-17-2011 @ 7:25PM
I would definitely buy this except for the fact that I use a laptop only and couldn't afford this even if I did have a desktop. My Logitech headset can attest to the cat attacks too. I have tiny bite marks lining the cord (thankfully it's still fully functional). Razer and Blizzard are one of a kind. They will not sell a product they don't consider to be high quality. Keep up the good work.
5-17-2011 @ 9:15PM
I use a laptop only, as well, and I love my SteelSeries Shift. Which _does_ have 2 extra USB ports on it to make up for stealing two from the laptop.
5-18-2011 @ 3:55AM
As does my Sony Vaio. I actually have my mouse (a Razer Diamondback 3G) and keyboard (the Anansi) plugged in to the three USB ports on my laptop.On the subject of the Anansi, I've found it a real treat to use. For years and years - since I started playing at EU release - I've had Frost Nova bound to 7. No modifiers, nothing to make it easy to reach; it was on 7, and muscle memory guided me to it. With the Anansi though, I've bound it to one of the modifier keys along with a mouse button, and it's really made it easier to use.The one downside of the keyboard, I would say, is that it's hard to distinguish between the new modifier keys by touch alone; some sort of raised area (as on the F key on most keyboards) would be very helpful. It's a minor quibble though.
5-18-2011 @ 3:59AM
Oh, forgot to mention - for you EU people, such as myself, who don't want to use the American layout (i.e., having @ and " switched around, not having a £ sign), the Anansi comes pre-programmed with an EU layout if you buy it in the EU - or more accurately, at least for mine, a UK layout. The keys will look the same (i.e., you have # on 3), but they actually act as the standard keys on a UK keyboard.My only issue is that I haven't found out which key corresponds to a forward slash yet.
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