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Merc Stealth and Reaper Edge Review

Posted Jan 02, 2008 by Jon Wood

Merc Stealth and Reaper Edge Review's own Hardware Junkie Jeremy Star takes a look at two of the newest gaming releases from Ideazon: the Merc Stealth Keyboard and the Reaper Edge Mouse. Star was a fan of both products, going so far as to call them the "best gaming keyboard/mouse combo of 2007".

The Merc Stealth looks like a keyboard that had the Insert – End keys chopped off and a big old gaming pad attached to the left side. The number pad doubles as the Insert key group with the press of a function button. I imagine that this was done to save a little desk real estate, as the Merc Stealth is already larger than a normal keyboard.

The gaming keys are arranged around a central movement keyset of AWSD. The movement keys are large, rubberized buttons, and the rest of the gaming keys are placed so that you can get to them without taking your fingers off of the movement keys. The whole gaming section is tilted slightly down and slightly to the left to position your hand more comfortably.

The whole keyboard is done up in shades of black and grey, and looks fairly sharp when you take it out of the package. When you plug it in, however, it really starts to look good, as all of the keys are backlit. Not only are they backlit, but you get to choose what color and level of lighting to use. The Stealth gives you a choice of red, blue, or purple backlighting, and there are also three different brightness choices. (Or, if you prefer, you can turn it off completely.)

Read the whole review here.


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