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SteelSeries intros 7G professional gaming keyboard

updated 04:35 pm EDT, Mon May 5, 2008

SteelSeries 7G keyboard

SteelSeries on Monday introduced its latest gaming product to the US market, the 7G keyboard. The company claims the mechanical 7G is 90 percent more responsive and 10 times more durable that regular keyboards, and eliminates anti-ghosting by supporting a key press command for every key. For low latency communication, the 7G features 18K gold-plated connectors. The 7G utilizes iron-infused plastic and gold-plated no-click switches, among other features, to endow it with a guarantee for 50 million keystrokes by its maker.

For convenience, the keyboard features headphone and microphone connections, in addition to two USB ports. SteelSeries' Media Controls allow users to control volume levels. Computer connections are accomplished via either the PS/2 or USB ports.

The 7G can be purchased from SteelSeries' website as well as four other more common webstores for $150.







by MacNN Staff

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  1. JackWebb

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Pro-gamer

    Ah yes, professional gaming. This is the keyboard you purchase when you make your living by playing computer games. And I'm sure glad they still support the PS2 connections since any real professional gamer knows that PS2 connections rule the day.

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