In closing, the Ozone Strike Pro is a solid mechanical keyboard and offers just enough customization options for the average gamer. That said, I did find the lack of a proper wrist wrest a bit disappointing as it did make typing for long periods of time quite uncomfortable.
Cherry MX Red switches are a great choice for gaming as the quicker response time and lower actuation point will aid your in-game reflexes. However, while typing I did find myself missing the tactile click of the Cherry MX Blue switches.
The keyboard itself has a very nice ‘soft touch’ surface but it does tend to make dust stick, making it a little harder to clean.
If you are really into customization options then being able to adjust the polling rate and response time of your key presses might be a great feature for you. However, if macro keys are your thing then remember that there are only six of them available.
You can buy the Ozone Strike Pro keyboard can be bought for £74.99 at Overclockers or £85.99 at Amazon. We like the keyboard although there is a lot of competition in this price bracket from the likes of Corsair and Cooler Master.
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- Polling rate and response time customization.
- Blue, Brown and Red switch options.
- Decent lighting.
- Lack of proper wrist support.
- Sluggish software.