It's got all the bells and whistles as you'd expect on high end keyboards, you got your macro keys, your macro profiles and most of all the keys are really silent compared to my other keyboard that I'm throwing out (That's slang for giving away, don't abuse your pre-loved stuff, they have feelings too, lol).
You can disable the windows key by pressing down on the Steel Series function key (Steel Series logo button) and pressing the Windows key, now the Windows Key is disabled and it won't get in between you and your games. Want to turn it back on, just do what you did before, it's that simple.
There's also media buttons on the F keys, so the Steel Series Logo Function Key makes yet another difference, you can make the back light dimmer or lighter, whichever you prefer or whichever suits you at the time of day. On the right of that is your media keys that I mentioned earlier, you got you previous track button, play/pause, next track and then you got mute, less volume and more volume, good for when you want to turn your sound down instead of turning the knob of your speakers (some headphones don't even allow you to change the volume, so there's that as well).
So there you have it, my review of this keyboard as you've read it here folks.