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Testseek.com have collected 13 expert reviews of the Wolfking Warrior XXtreme and the average rating is 58%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Wolfking Warrior XXtreme.
 
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The editors liked

  • Solid construction
  • Comfortable
  • Ergonomic design
  • Useful key layout on left side
  • Two USB ports
  • Blue backlighting can be turned on or off
  • Backlight
  • Left-side keys easy to use
  • Gives gamers more keys to work with
  • Once they adjust to the new layout
  • Very comfortable
  • Even after long gaming sessions
  • Simply put
  • The keys are where they need to be and the size they should be for hardcore gaming
  • Looks fantastic

The editors didn't like

  • One handed typing on right side is slow and difficult
  • Almost as large as a regular keyboard
  • Takes up space
  • Right side layout made typing nearly impossible
  • No headset/microphone ports
  • Slower USB 1.1 ports
  • Absence of a number pad means fewer keys for macros
  • Backlighting doesnt illuminate keyboard letters
  • Only the keys themselves
  • No macro software or programmable hot keys
  • Not enough features to justify the cost
  • It will take some getting used to

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  Published: 2009-01-26, review by: SysOpt.com

  • Abstract:  January 26, 2009 By Theo Cevallos As the keyboard and mouse remain the primary interfaces for PC games, it stands to reason that these devices will be modified and designed to suit gamers. Its common to see many companies offering their own line of gaming-oriented hardware on showcase, from speakers to mice to headphones. Wolfking is more specialized, and tends to deal only in gaming mice, keyboards and other interface devices, with special attention given to advanced and unique ergonomic designs. The latest addition to the Wolfking produc...

 
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  Published: 2008-11-22, review by: tweaknews.net

  • Solid construction, Comfortable, ergonomic design, Useful key layout on left side, Two USB ports, Blue backlighting can be turned on or off
  • One handed typing on right side is slow and difficult, Almost as large as a regular keyboard; takes up space
  • FPS gamers should stick to the original Warrior, while many RPG gamers will find the new XXtreme a welcome addition to their gaming arsenal. Pros: - Solid construction- Comfortable, ergonomic design- Useful key layout on left side- Two USB ports- Blu...

 
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  Published: 2008-07-18, review by: overclock3d.net

  • I think that the left disc serves its purpose as a gaming pad brilliantly. It makes using a WASD system a lot easier, and puts extra functionality at a gamers fingertips. The right disc however does not serve its purpose well, which makes summarising the...

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  Published: 2008-06-20, Author: Chris , review by: slashgear.com

  • Abstract:  Gamers are used, by now, to manufacturers telling them they need a specific keyboard in order to unlock their maximum play potential. Sometimes that means colored keys, other times it’s easy to program macros, and occasionally - as in the case of the ...

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  Published: 2008-05-19, review by: insidemacgames.com

  • Abstract:  Warrior XXtremeAh, the venerable keyboard. Few mechanical inventions see several centuries of constant development and still resemble their inaugural form as much as the keyboard. Although the first QWERTY typewriter (from which our modern-day keyboard...

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  Published: 2008-05-07, review by: Bjorn3d.com

  • Very comfortable, even after long gaming sessions, Simply put, the keys are where they need to be and the size they should be for hardcore gaming, Looks fantastic
  • It will take some getting used to
  • Despite my initial fears and reserves about the Wolfking Warrior XXtreme, I must say that I am XXtremely impressed. The term “created for hardcore gamers by hardcore games” has never been more deserving. It is obvious that gamers had immense a...

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  Published: 2008-05-01, review by: futurelooks.com

  • It’s really hard to knock the Wolfking Warrior Xxtreme after using it. This keyboard is clean, responsive, and at least halfways well designed. It’s priced in a fairly standard bracket, and is readily available. It even has some interesting features....

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  Published: 2008-04-24, Author: John , review by: techcrunch.com

  • Abstract:  When J Rob won the Citizen Reviewer contest to review the Warrior Wolf King XXtreme, I was a bit trepidatious. First, this guy is a drunk! Second, he wouldn’t move his Ford Focus from off our lawn! Was this the guy to review such a hi-end piece of h...

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  Published: 2008-02-05, Author: Rich , review by: cnet.com

  • Gives gamers more keys to work with, once they adjust to the new layout
  • Backlighting doesnt illuminate keyboard letters, only the keys themselves; no macro software or programmable hot keys; not enough features to justify the cost
  • With a more gamer-friendly key layout than a traditional keyboard, the Wolfking Xxtreme might appeal to some hard-core gamers. However, they would be better off with the much cheaper non-Xxtreme model, which costs half as much.

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  Published: 2008-01-24, review by: Bit-Tech.net

  • It’s discouraging to say the least, but the reality is that the XXtreme version just isn’t as good as the original Warrior. Worse, the effort that has been put in to improve the design has only worsened the product, removing the portability and creatin...

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