Ok, power on, and here we go. The backlight is bright, vivid, and clear even during the day. There’s also a LED lighting strip on the sides of the keyboard. It’s not too visible for the user when using it, but it’s a nice feature.
The surface on which the switches sit is gray, but it doesn’t look odd when the LEDs are off.
The USB cable is 2 m long, nicely braided, and a bit stiff.
Here you can see the three possible usage variants—full format with Numpad block on the left, right, and the TKL mode. The plugging method is relatively easy, insert it downwards by staggered sliding in, and it is also more comfortable to use with a magnetic hand rest.