|Membrane, Mechanical, Plunger||Mechanical, Blue|
|Anti-Ghosting Keys||6-8 (USB)|
|Back-Light||Full Back-Light, Blue|
|Keystroke Lifecycle||50 Million|
|Cable Length||1.8 Meters|
|Dimensions||440x133x37 mm (LxWxH)|
You are greeted with a standard keyboard box displaying all the main features of the Poseidon Z; what stands out the most is the yellow sticker that certifies the mechanical switches and a 5 year warranty. The 5 year warranty is expected … this is Tt eSports after all, and it is good to know that you are covered in case of any factory defects. The next thing that draws your attention is the sticker labeling the Poseidon Z as a keyboard with blue switches, not to be confused with the brown switch counterpart. If you are unaware, blue switches have the loudest “click” and are typically regarded as the most tactile, meaning they give you the most feedback when clicked. Blue switches are preferred by gamers and typist alike.
The first thing you notice when you take out the keyboard is how heavy it is. It weighs significantly more than any rubber dome keyboard I have used and perhaps a tad more than my old mechanical keyboard. The weight adds to the sturdiness of the keyboard; it feels like you are holding a high quality item when it is in your hands.