For a gaming keyboard, the Division Zero X40 maintains Metadot’s commitment to being simple. It has a fine build and contains some compelling features, but it does offer an experience that do fall short when compared to other gaming keyboards within its price class.
The Division Zero X40 Pro Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Keeps it Simple
With the Division Zero X40, you get efficiency at its finest as there is a limited number of extras to be found here. It comes into the market with measurements of 19.13 x 6.81 x 1.22-inches, and it has a weight of approximately 3.25-pounds. It has quite the solid build quality and has the conventional 104-key design that only departs from that notion by way of the five macro keys that are found on its left edge. Other enhancements found on the keyboard are the FN button found on the lower-right of the main deck. This key can be used in conjunction with one of the F1 through F12 keys.
Pressing the FN button along with either the F1 or F2 keys will cycle through the brightness levels of the keyboard’s red backlight. Still on pressing the FN button but this time in conjunction with the F3 key toggles Gaming Mode, which will deactivate the Windows Key which would otherwise be a fatal accident to press during intense plays. F5 through F7 functions to control media playback, and F9 through F11 controls the volume of media. You can also press FN along with the Esc key to put the computer to sleep.
While most gaming keyboards prefer a more stern appearance to fit with the industry, the Division Zero X40 Pro Gaming Mechanical Keyboard is intricately designed with a dynamic collection of geometric shapes. The unique part here is that you can remove and replace these shapes to fit your own tastes.
When it comes to performance, it does offer excellently especially when handling games. It provides smoother, quicker response rates especially when it comes to high-speed moments and quick decision making during gameplays.
While it is very ideal when it comes to gaming, it does fall short when it comes to more conventional tasks, such as typing. There are some who would prefer rival keyboards when it comes to long stretches of typing, but this ultimately ends in personal preference.
Ultimately, getting the Division Zero X40 depends on a number of factors. It does perform fantastically during games but if you want to use it for school or office projects, then there are keyboards that are more suited for those types of jobs. Still, the performance levels are not that far off. But if you are still set on buying this keyboard from Metadot, then do know it can leave quite the hole in your wallet.