One of the most noteworthy features of the LK1 is the ability to quickly and easily remove and swap out keys using the key removal tool.
This also forms the main part of the so-called “Fast-Mover-Technology” which is touted as a feature to ensure that you don’t accidentally hit the wrong keys in the heat of battle. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of information explaining this feature, but the implication is that you use the removal tool to pop out keys you aren’t using to create a buffer zone to avoid accidental keypresses. It seems a little excessive to actually remove keys for casual gaming, but I suppose if you are a hardcore and/or professional gamer, you might appreciate the option. The keyboard is certified by the European “Electronic Sports League” (ESL) so it is possible this feature is more geared towards the competitive gamer.
On the underside of the keyboard, there are rubber feet to provide additional grip, which work well enough.
The cable is durable and fibre-coated, with a three metres (just shy of ten feet) to work with, which should suit most setups as well as moving further away for gaming on larger screens.