SteelSeries Announces APEX M750 Mechanical Keyboard

Steelseries Announces APEX M750 Mechanical Keyboard

SteelSeries unleashes the APEX M750 mechanical keyboard.

The APEX M750 is being touted by SteelSeries as a ‘complete package’ when it comes to mechanical keyboards.

The new APEX M750 is built sturdy yet is elegant and beautiful, featuring a full RPG spectrum set of colour options for users to choose from. The keyboard also features all new QX2 mechanical switches, giving users reliable keys that have been guaranteed by SteelSeries to last 50 million key presses.

The keys also operate extremely quietly and only require the gentlest of touches to register key strokes, making it an ideal choice for those who are in the market for a mechanical keyboard that doesn’t fill the room with noise.

Once connected via USB connection, the APEX M750 can sync with SteelSeries’s Engine software, which provides users with a bevy of customization options:

ImageSync is the easiest way to create complex lighting, allowing gamers to simply upload any animated GIF and automatically converting it into a customized lighting effect.

Audio Visualizer syncs the illumination on the M750 (and all SteelSeries illuminated products) with any music or playlist of the user’s choice

Gigantic, the popular strategic shooter, is now integrated with SteelSeries Engine, delivering real-time, in-game reactive illumination and haptic feedback across all SteelSeries-compatible devices

Addtionally, the new keyboard still supports SteelSeries’s PrismSync and Gamesense options, features that allow the keyboard to sync up with other SteelSeries devices and change colours in accordance with games that support it.

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Finally, the APEX M750 also features Discord integration, giving those who use the popular chatting app the ability to sync the keyboard to the service and receive messages through supported SteelSeries products.

The SteelSeries APEXM750, mechanical keyboard is available for $175.68 CAD and $139 USD. Those interested in the new keyboard can visit the official website to find out more details.

Zubi Khan
Zubi Khan

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