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SteelSeries has released a mechanical keyboard Apex M750 TKL

Written by Tyler Rondman

SteelSeries has released a mechanical keyboard Apex M750 TKL

SteelSeries announced the beginning of receiving orders for the mechanical keyboard Apex M750 TKL. As the name suggests, the device is an updated version of the model Apex M750 , debuted a couple of months ago, from which the novelty differs shortened layout without a digital unit.

The SteelSeries Apex M750 keyboard TKL has 104 keys and, like its “older sister”, is equipped with proprietary switches QX2 Linear Mechanical RGB Switch with a resource of 50 million presses. The stroke of the key is 4 mm (2 mm before the trigger) with the force of pressing 45 grams. Like many other gaming keyboards, the novelty is endowed with the support of Anti-Ghosting and N-Key Rollover technologies, so that any number of simultaneously pressed keys will be recognized correctly.

Dimensions Apex M750 TKL are 370x160x35 mm, and its weight is equal to 860 grams. Among the novelty features, it is worth noting partly the aluminum case and the independent LED RGB-illumination of each key. A two-meter USB cable is used to connect to the computer.

The mechanical keyboard SteelSeries Apex M750 TKL has already started to be delivered to official retailers, the estimated cost of the novelty for the European retail is € 140.

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Tyler Rondman

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.