Razer's Arctosa keyboard driver version 1.01 is available for download from Softpedia. The notes accompanying this release include only Windows 8 support.
The manufacturer advises that the device must be plugged in before you start the driver installation.
Users’ opinions are both positive and negative. Some complain about the keys not being visible because of its blacked-out keytop characters on a black background. There is, however, a “Silver on Black” version of it, which seems to be more user-friendly.
Gaming experience is said to be fair but not excellent. As some say, the “Slim Keycap Structure with Hyperesponse Technology,” which claims to reduce latency in games, is actually doing its job pretty well.
On its feature list, there’s mention of the 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, which really makes a difference in terms of response time.
Below is the link to the driver. Download, install and stay “updated one minute ago.”