SteelSeries Apex M800-Gaming Mechanical Keyboard – Review

If there were an award for most bizarre features in a keyboard, the SteelSeries Apex M800 would likely be the winner. So, keep reading and watching to find out what odd things are included with this mechanical gaming keyboard.

 

Specifications

N-Key Roll Over 256 Key
Programmable Keys Full, every key re-mappable
USB Hub Two USB 2.0 ports, powered
Weight 1390 g, 3.06 lbs
Height 174 mm, 6.85 in
Width 510 mm, 20.08 in
Cable Length 2 m, 6.5 ft
Switch Type SteelSeries QS1 (Kailh)
Throw Depth 3 mm
Actuation and Reset Depth 1.5 mm
Actuation Force Needed 45cN
Lifetime 60 Million Keypresse
Lighting Individual key, whole-keyboard patterns, reactive keys
Macros 6 dedicated keys, every key re-mappable
Setting Configurations One on-board, unlimited with SSE3

 

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