The top side function houses extra functionality. You can control the LED backlit keys but also cover media functionality like Volume, stop, forward/backward and mute. The volume control done this way feels a little so-so hidden under two F-keys, I'd rather have seen scroll wheel of some kind.
To tilt the keyboard upwards there are little collapsible 'feet' under the keyboard. The keyboard itself has a lot of rubber grips at the bottom, combined with its sheer weight of over 1300 gram the keyboard will rest very steady and sturdy onto your desktop.
The keyboard's keys all can be LED lit or you optionally can lit the WASD and arrow keys. One color only and you need to enable them by flicking a switch, it again is located in the top function keys of the keyboard, activated by a combination of the CM Storm Trigger key + the function key.
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