Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition Gaming Keyboard
Author: Rutledge Feman
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 03-29-2009
Provided by: Razer
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Software

As I mentioned before, the major selling point for the Arctosa, Lycosa and Lycosa Mirror is that all of their keys are customizable. That's where the drivers come in.


The drivers for the Lycosa Mirror are almost exactly the same as those for the Lycosa. The only aesthetic difference on the front window is that “Firmware Version” and “Driver Version” have swapped places, though their numbers are in the same place.

The top panel is home to some of the more basic options. The profiling system drops down to reveal ten customizable profiles, so that you can store different settings for different programs.

When you hover over any key, it turns red. Clicking on that key reveals the assignment tab, where you can give that key commands, program assignments, or a <16 key macro.


At the top portion of the driver window, we find the media player dropdown. There are four included media players that can be associated with the Lycosa Mirror, none of which are necessarily your favorite, or even installed. The drivers also install a tray icon for easy access to the control panel, but this is easily removed.

Continue on for conclusions…


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