SteelSeries introduces the new Apex M750 TKL mechanical keyboard, characterized by a sophisticated design, material care and especially small dimensions for gamers.
SteelSeries Apex M750 TKL uses an aluminum housing and measures 160 x 370 x 35 mm, but weighs 863 grams. To reduce the body size, the manufacturer had to eliminate the numeric pad, there are total 104 keys, of course, with the possibility of programming through the proprietary software.
The Apex M750 TKL keyboard uses third-generation mechanical QX2 proprietary switches, optimized to provide keystroke and precision speed as well as 50 million keystrokes. Like all latest gaming keyboards, there is also the RGB backlighting, which also programmable via software.
SteelSeries Apex M750 TKL finally supports anti-ghosting, N-Key Roll Over and is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X; which is now listed on Amazon store with starting price of $139.99.