Hands on with the Gigabyte FORCE K7 Stealth Gaming Keyboard
Gigabyte released the Force K7 Stealth gaming keyboard which we review. Not a 125 EURO mechanical for a change, as you know mechanical switches make keyboards expensive -- this is a 37 EUR budget gaming keyboard that has a nice style and some design features. It might not be a mechanical keyboard, but for the money it is a pretty nice deal though.
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480(L)* 195(W)*26.5(H) mm
1.8m nylon braided cord
Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/8
The Gigabyte FORCE K7 Stealth gaming keyboard has certain gaming features like an anti-ghosting function that allows up to 7 buttons to be pressed at the same time. Not all keys are supported that way though. Only Q, W, A, S, D, left shift and space. Though those are the keys usually utilized in games. In addition to this, the K7 Stealth has 3-color backlight illumination, with dynamic volume and backlight control. And all that is attached to a nice 2 meter braided USB chord.
Ultra short key travel
Selective anti-ghosting around WASD cluster
Dynamic volume and backlit illumination control
Having tried the Gigabyte FORCE K7 Stealth gaming keyboard for a while now, admittedly I am not disappointed. Gigabyte managed to put a fairly decent keyboard on the market offering essential gaming functionality. Next to that, it just types nicely and relax and comes with a handy volume wheel.
So the review you are reading is actually typed on the keyboard. Let's go check her out ! Oh yeah .. it looks quite nice too.
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