The back of the Lycosa Mirror is home to a few rubber pads, which provide a nice, grippy bottom for the keyboard. We also see some back-side stands, which give only about a half-inch of height. Also, the wrist rest is screwed down, rather than using flimsy plastic clips. At the back of the keyboard, you'll find the USB, headphone and microphone connectors. While the logos look upside-down, you'll be looking over the keyboard from the front when using them, so they'll look right-side up during regular use.
Snaking from the back of the Lycosa Mirror is just one thick cable, which splits into two USB cables (one for the port, one for the keyboard) and the pass-through microphone and headphone cables. With all of those USB cables, it's a shame they didn't provide more than just one port.
Here we get a closer look at the backlighting on the Lycosa Mirror in WASD mode and all on. In the dark without backlighting, the keyboard might as well be invisible. As you can see, in WASD mode, the keys are a little lighter than they are when all of the lights are on, though I'm not sure if that's a feature or a fact.
Continue on as we have a look at the Lycosa Mirror's software…