Sharkoon debuts the Skiller PRO+ gaming keyboard

Sharkoon debuts the Skiller PRO+ gaming keyboard

The popular gaming hardware designer and manufacturer Sharkoon has upgraded its successful Skiller PRO gaming keyboard with an additional function. The upgraded keyboard, which now carries the Skiller PRO+ brand name, now comes with customizable LED illumination in seven colors.

Apart from this the new Skiller PRO+ keyboard keeps most of the tech specs found in the Skiller PRO keyboard. The novelty has a 3-block layout, six macros, three profiles and nine multimedia keys as well as multi-key rollover support. Gamers can customize the LED illumination as they see fit and they can do this via key combinations or through the gaming software that the keyboard comes with. The software also provides for various other functions – users can command keystrokes, delay times, macros, macro-loops and finally Internet functions. In addition the software allows the Windows key to be deactivated and the planned actions in a computer game to be performed even faster. The Skiller PRO+ gaming keyboard has enough internal memory for up to three profiles and each profile can be activated through a special key. The keyboard can be connected to any PC via a 150 cm long, textile-braided cable that ends with a gold-plated USB plug.

The new Skiller PRO+ gaming keyboard by Sharkoon is now on the market. The device sells for EUR 36.99 in Europe.

Source: Sharkoon

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