Raptor LK1 Gaming Keyboard

Keyboards, Peripherals


Overall, there is a certain elegant simplicity to the LK1. It has a simple form with little in the way of bells and whistles, but what it does, it does well. The key removal tool is probably a bit of a gimmick for the casual gamer / user, but for the hardcore and professional gamer, anything that could provide a competitive edge can only be a good thing. The Anti-Ghost Technology is definitely a plus on the hardcore gaming side, and no lock ups were encountered while gaming.

Whether you are a casual user or a dedicated gamer, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.


  • Simple design
  • Good price
  • Responsive keys
  • Customisable for hardcore / professional gaming


  • No media or macro keys
  • No wrist rest or ergonomic forms
  • Removing keys is a little unnecessary for a casual gamer


Last modified: April 8, 2014

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