Sharkoon SKILLER MECH SGK1: inexpensive keyboard with different switches

Sharkoon SKILLER MECH SGK1: inexpensive keyboard with different switches

Not every gamer wants to spend 100 euros or more on a mechanical keyboard. For budget conscious buyers the company Sharkoon unveiled a new keyboard SKILLER MECH SGK1 with various switches Kailh.

Even before the official announcement of its new products can be seen at Computex. With a series of SKILLER manufacturer wants to gain a foothold in the game equipment segment. In addition to mechanical keyboard, in this series presented SKILLER SGM1 mouse and headset SKILLER SGH1. But back to the keyboard. SKILLER MECH SGK1 is characterized by large size and “gaming” design. Keyboard housing made of aluminum, the novelty is equipped with white LED backlight keys with six brightness levels and a variety of effects. SKILLER MECH SGK1 has an integrated panel for hands.Sharkoon SKILLER MECH SGK1: inexpensive keyboard with different switches

Features SKILLER MECH SGK1

Buyers can choose from three types of switches: Kailh Brown (pressing force of 45 g, the tactile type, expressed as the switching point of 2 mm, unspoken-click), Kailh Red (pressing force of 50 g, the linear type of unexpressed switching point of 2 mm, unspoken click ) and Kailh Blue (50 g, tactile type, expressed as the switching point at 1.9 mm, expressed click). As is the case with switches Cherry MX, the most popular among gamers enjoy Kailh Red switches. In addition to mechanical switches, it was not without such typical gaming features such as Anti-Ghosting, N-Key Rollover and disable the Windows key in game mode. Setting different profiles can be stored in the memory of 16 kbps. Dimensions of the keyboard up 458 x 220 x 44 mm, weighs 1.32 kg novelty.

Price SKILLER MECH SGK1

Regardless of what type of switches buyer chooses, the keyboard Sharkoon SKILLER MECH SGK1 will cost 59.90 euros.

Source: pcgameshardware

Sharkoon SKILLER MECH SGK1: inexpensive keyboard with different switches was last modified: August 27th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby