Steelseries 7G

Keyboards, Peripherals

Steelseries 7G Review

Introduction

We review a lot of peripherals here at XSR, and over the years we’ve noticed the growing trend of steadily increasing prices with gaming mice costing upwards of £50 now. Still though, they aren’t the most expensive input accessory you can use with your PC, with specialised keyboards getting close to the £100 mark.

Today, we’re reviewing just such a keyboard, this one from Steelseries. It’s not packing a tonne of gaming macro buttons, but it does have full metal internals, and its endorsed by a multitude of gaming professionals around the world. On the surface it doesn’t look like a gaming keyboard, but with all its accolades, there must be something interesting about it. Let’s check it out.

 

Specifications

  • Switches: Gold plated no-click
  • Switch lifetime: 50,000,000 cycles
  • Assembly: Face plate mounted keyset
  • Dimensions: 18.9 x 9.8 in
  • Cable length: 6.6 feet
  • Connectivity: PS/2 + USB
 

Features

  • No-click mechanical professional gaming keyboard
  • 18K gold-plated connectors for extremely low latency
  • Gaming grade lifetime: 50 million keystrokes
  • Endorsed by the world’s best eSports-players

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Last modified: April 8, 2014

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