Greatly disappointed on the Tartarus Pro.

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by DeadManSinging, Apr 10, 2020.

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  1. DeadManSinging

    DeadManSinging New Member

    I am trying to setup my new Tartarus Pro for dual action. Its a HUGE disappointment.
    • Its seems impossible to trigger the two actions in a reliable manner. It feels like buttons behave different too.
    • The claim "Whether you prefer light taps or full, deliberate keystrokes that bottom out, tweak the gaming keypad’s actuation to be as hair-trigger sensitive or as solid and deliberate as you want." seems to be a jokers punch in the face of the one who bought the Tartarus Pro. The opposite is the case. Primary and secondary actions are very close together no matter what you do.
    • When you triggered the secondary action, you can't go back to the primary without releasing the button fully.
    It seems impossible that Razer could have missed these issues.I feel like Razer lied to me to sell a very expensive, faulty product.

    Maybe I am wrong. I am glad if anybody tells me I am just to stupid to set up this 150€ nuisance correctly.
     
  2. DeadManSinging

    DeadManSinging New Member

    Well, since I did not receive any suggestions or objections I will return the Tartarus Pro.
    It was not my first Razer product. But it was definitely my last.
     
  3. TourteAuxCailles

    TourteAuxCailles New Member

    It is a known fact that feature doesn't work as intended as most reviews mention it. Personally I don't use it so I don't care, but I would be really pissed off if I bought that device for that feature. And indeed it is impossible for Razer to have missed this flaw. Worst is, it doesn't seem to be software related as I imagine it would be fixed now.
     
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