Today we have for review Razer's latest keyboard, the Lycosa Mirror Special Edition. With regard to specifications, the Lycosa Mirror is the same as the original Lycosa, except with a mirror black plastic finish over the whole keyboard. These features include, but are not limited to, pass-through USB, headphone, and microphone jacks, backlit keys, a media touchpad, and fully customizable keys.
In typical Razer fashion, the Lycosa Mirror arrives in attractive, ornate packaging with multiple textures and a bit of holographic print. On the front, we find a nice preview of the keyboard, and the back has your typical array of graphics and features. Full specifications, from the Razer website, are:
As I mentioned earlier, the specifications are all as expected considering Razer's previous two keyboards. Continue on as we find out if Razer has corrected its previous faults with their new release, the Lycosa Mirror.