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post #1 of 23
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To make things short, I need a Steelseries brand keyboard.

I'm not to picky, I would like it not to have crazy designs or colors, the more simple the better.



I'd like to spend no more than 100.00, and honestly, thats pushing it,



let me know what OCN thinks!
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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post
Right on, this looks like a fantastic keyboard.

I just want to get some more feedback before I buy.
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Nice but i really rather have some backlit mechanical keyboards cuz they would be handy at late nights in the dark. Razer Black Window Ultimate comes to the mind but i don't know if there are other backlit keyboards out there.
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Nice but i really rather have some backlit mechanical keyboards cuz they would be handy at late nights in the dark. Razer Black Window Ultimate comes to the mind but i don't know if there are other backlit keyboards out there.
Wrong thread maybe?


Looking for Steelseries brand only.
post #6 of 23
The SHIFT if you use Macros.

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Multiple levels of macros

Personalization allows you to shift the rules to your favor. You can program every single key on the Shift through our advanced software. In fact, you can do this multiple times. That’s because we have added layers to the Shift which can be easily activated through hotkeys on the base of the Shift. This means there is almost no limit to how much you can ask the Shift to do or how many times you can ask the Shift to do it. We have added illuminated indicators to the Shift to quickly and easily indicate which layer is active.
Which is why it's USB only.
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The SHIFT if you use Macros.



Which is why it's USB only.
??
post #8 of 23
for mech keyboards, the 6gv2. it feels very nice, but its a little bit harder to type on. the only prob is that it has the huge enter key, the mmisplaced backslash key, making the right shift key smaller.

it has nkro, looks very simplistic, and the left windows key is removed for gaming. its a native usb keyboard but it comes with a ps2 adapter.

one downside to this keyboard is that it doesnt have any macro capabilities.
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Steelseries only kinda limits the options here.

Do you only use their mousepads too?
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6gv2 all the way i love mine
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