“With a market so crowded the it is still plenty good enough that if you want a keyboard with great lighting and a few handy features that doesn't break the bank then the Cerberus is definitely worthy of a closer look.”
“At £39.99, the ASUS Cerberus Keyboard is a great value option for an entry-level rig or for gamers seeking first steps in keyboard customisation. Splash-proof and robust, there are plenty of features to get your teeth into, without the finesse and advanced settings you'll find on more expensive models. “
“The Asus Cerberus range offers up three competitively priced peripherals, all with a great range of features and a matching black and red theme. While any of these products are great on their own, they make a great set and offer fantastic value for money for those looking for a complete desktop gaming setup.”
In conclusion, can I recommend this keyboard? If quality is most important to someone, then definitely.
The rubber dome membrane keyboard isn’t that impressive when compared to mechanical switches keyboard. In addition, the 12 programmable macro keys would be advantageous for gaming or simply improving productivity. For me the keyboard is actually pretty good as long you don’t compare it with mechanical keyboards. It feels solid and has a nice weight to it. ASUS asks for USD 50 (approximately RM120) for this gaming keyboard, but it would be a better deal if the price is reduced to somewhere around USD 45. This is because there are too many competitors out there that have already saturated the “budget” gaming peripheral market. I’m satisfied with this keyboard and I award it the Bronze Pokdeward.