Sharkoon rolls out Skiller Mech SGK1 gaming keyboard

Sharkoon rolls out Skiller Mech SGK1 gaming keyboard

Sharkoon has expanded its lineup of Skiller gaming keyboards with the launch of one more such model called Skiller Mech SGK1. The new keyboard has been made to last – it comes with white background illumination, reinforced aluminum alloy surface and massive line management.

In addition to this the new Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK1 gaming keyboard features n-key rollover, several gaming modes, anti-ghosting and a virtual interchangeable WASD section. The keyboard is equipped with an integrated palm rest that supports ergonomics and features high quality Kailh switches, which are offered in three different versions – Brown (operating force: 45 g, switch: tactile, switching point: detectable, click point: undetectable, distance to actuation point: 2 mm), Red (operating force: operating force: 50 g, switch: linear, switching point: undetectable, click point: undetectable, distance to actuation point: 2 mm) and Blue (operating force: 50 g, switch: tactile, switching point: detectable, click point: precisely detectable, distance to actuation point: 1.9 mm). The brown switch behavior closely resembles the popular rubber dome keyboards, but offers a much longer operating life cycle of keys with a minimum of 50 million keystrokes. Prolific writers will find blue switches especially suitable, which provide the same long operating life cycle yet also give an acoustic feedback. Red switches, which again provide the same long operating life cycle, are for those who love no feedback with their switches. Furthermore the Skiller Mech SGK1 can be had with LED background illumination with six brightness levels and six lighting effects that are factory-preprogrammed and that are easily activated via simple shortcuts.

The new Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK1 gaming keyboard can be purchased now for EUR 59.90.

Source: Sharkoon

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