Razer Lycosa

Keyboards, Peripherals



  • Keytop with non-slip rubber finish
  • Backlight illumination with WASD cluster lighting option
  • Fully-programmable keys with macro capability
  • Gaming cluster with anti-ghosting capability
  • Slim keycap structure with Hyperesponse™ technology
  • TouchPanel™ easy access media keys
  • Gaming mode option for deactivation of the Windows key
  • 10 customizable software profiles with on-the-fly switching
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling™ / 1ms response time
  • Earphone-out and microphone-in jacks
  • Detachable wrist rest
  • One integrated USB extension port


469mm (length) x 168mm (width) x 15mm (height) – without wrist rest
469mm (length) x 221mm (width) x 15mm (height) – with wrist rest

System Requirements

  • Windows® XP / x64 / Vista / Vista64
  • PC with built-in USB ports
  • CD-ROM drive (for drivers)
  • At least 35MB of hard disk space (for drivers)

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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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Razer Lycosa

  1. Craig says:

    I have been using this keyboard for about a year. I can definitely say that it is not a great keyboard, in fact I would say that it is the worst keyboard I have used. The only reason I continue to use it is because of the backlit keyboard.

    The biggest drawback is the fact that a majority oif the keys must be pressed pretty close to the center, or they will actually stick and not allow you to press them. I have never come across a keyboard like this. In addition, it is nearly impossible to see the lettering on the keyboard without the back light on, ever in full light.

    Also it is a noisy keyboard, even though the keys have a textured soft feel about them.

    Rating 2 out of 5.

    1. Whoopty says:

      Thanks for the comment craig. There’s many better backlit keyboards out there, for instance the recently reviewed Qpad MK85.

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