The Razer Deathstalker is a high quality keyboard that gamers and just about anyone will enjoy having. Razer products are known for their high quality, and whilst they hold a certain amount of branding price also, they are still well-worth the money spent. The Razer Deathstalker is whilst being on the mid-range of keyboard prices, a top quality keyboard.
The best feature I feel about the keyboard, is the spacing, size and setting of the keys on the keyboard, these are the essential features of a keyboard, and all are perfect for the Deathstalker, the keys are a good size, not too large or small, they are indented at a low height, so that you don’t get all manner of muck stuck under the keys, and the spacing is at a moderate amount that the keyboard doesn’t feel too cramped, or too spaced out and hard to reach.
The keyboard features the Razer Synapse support which allows you to customize your keyboards use somewhat, you can select different profiles for what you want to do with the keyboard, even changing the lighting for your preferred customization. It also has some gaming mode options where you can disable certain keys whilst you are in game such as alt+f4.
There isn’t usually much to say about peripherals, they either do the job or don’t and come in different qualities for the prices, the Razer Deathstalker isn’t at the highest range for expensive keyboards, but it feels like a top range keyboard in terms of quality. It’s a good buy for gamers and anyone in need of a well designed keyboard for a higher than the basic price, with some distinct features which are useful. I find it especially hard to find keyboard with low-set keys, because I hate how keyboards get messy with dust and muck underneath them, you won’t have this problem with the Razer Deathstalker as I mentioned.