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So, in short, it is something of a gimmick but it can also have genuine practical applications. The main two pieces of the keyboard alone are a good few inches longer than your standard keyboard, and the side-button segment adds another inch or so to that as well. So those with very limited space may want to keep this in mind. For the sake of this review I pondered for a while how best to actually talk about the S5, and eventually I reached the conclusion that Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard would probably make the most sense to chat about each piece of the keyboard individually, before commenting on it as a whole.
Cool features, of which only some are practical. On the left-hand side is the aptly named E. Navigating through the E. And as a nice visual touch the logo of whatever applications you have assigned to the unit show up on the middle of the E. The obvious problem with the Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard module is really the same problem with most of the keyboard: The thing is, though, that I found myself using the E. Some Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard the other features are a bit more useful in a practical sense, though, such as the clock, which I appreciated having when I was in the middle of a game and losing track of time. The respawn timer is also kind of useful, as is the volume control. The keys themselves also feel a bit flimsy in comparison to the rest of the S5.
Next up is the main body of the keyboard, which contains the biggest surprise: Despite this the keyboards response time is mighty impressive. By membrane standards the tactile feel of the keys is very nice, with an audible, light click to every stroke, requiring a nice 60g of actuation force. Aside from gaming the S5 also feels pretty nice Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard typing, though again it all comes down to personal preference.
Simply said I liked the feel of the keys on the S5, but not everyone will. Other than that the spacebar has an extended lip making it easier to hit with your thumb while gaming or typing. Terrible name, I know, but what else could I call them?
This is a small piece made up of five programmable buttons which can be attached to the left-hand side of either piece of the main keyboard. My own personal biggest use for these was when I was using the FPS configuration where I had them programmed to act as the return key and other practical functions.
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They do their job well enough, apart from the issue I mentioned earlier with getting the damn things off again, but I would have liked to have seen padding on them for extra comfort. The third rest is by far the most interesting.
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Firstly it sports, in addition to the same extension ability as the other two rests, a height adjustment feature, allowing you to have it either flat or Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard at about a degree angle, depending on preference. It also features a metal scroll wheel and red button, both of which are positioned so that they should fall under your thumb quite naturally. I did find these quite useful when gaming and using them felt comfortable.
In particular I liked mapping grenades to the red thumb button or sometimes melee, depending on the game, and used the scroll wheel for various things such as changing weapons or scrolling through webpages. Well, interestingly, I'm not entirely sure that you Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard missing very much at all. Mad Catz has promised that it's been in touch with publishers and developers with the SDK, and is expecting new applications to come through, but a couple months have passed since its release and we're still waiting.
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The nine numbered buttons aren't particularly inspiring and also seem a little flimsy, but they're simple to program and use. The little OLED screen in the EYE though can show a myriad of different things, from the mic and speaker volumes to the icon of whatever app you've Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 5 Keyboard it to open with a flick of a switch. This does mean you're limited to rather dead-feeling membrane-switch keys, but although they're not too nice under your fingers, they are very responsive when you're gaming.
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