CES 2013: SteelSeries launches Apex and Apex [RAW], world’s fastest gaming keyboards

Beginning the Consumer Electronics Show with a bang in Los Vegas, SteelSeries – global leader in gaming peripherals has launched two new revolutionary gaming keyboards, the Apex and Apex [RAW]. Dubbed as the world’s fastest gaming keyboards, the SteelSeries Apex and Apex [RAW] are designed keeping in mind the growing demands of the PC gamers. The keyboards are designed to enable users to react quickly and customize their performance for every game. Build to deliver world’s fastest reaction time and key combinations, the SteelSeries keyboards are made with low profile keys, raised macros for fast access and come with customizable intensity levels and colors.

The Apex Keyboard

Priced at $100, the SteelSeries Apex Gaming Keyboard comes with company’s ActiveZone illumination which is customizable via 5 zones of 16.8 million colors and 8 levels of intensity. The keyboard has 22 macro keys along the top and left side of the keyboard, each featuring up to 4 layers. Apex Keyboard features 5 customizable zones for each macro layer so that the gamers can easily locate their profile. The gaming keyboard offers independent media and volume keys, providing instant access to media control. The keyboard features small tactile bumps on ‘W’ key to let the gamer feel the WASD quickly. The Apex also allows superior anti-ghosting offering up to 20 simultaneous key-presses.

The Apex [RAW] Keyboard

Priced at $70, the SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard comes with multitude of advanced gaming finesse at a small price. Featuring brilliant lamination with 8 separate levels of intensity, the keyboard has a total of 250 programmable keys including customizable 17 macro keys, each featuring two layers. Rest of the features and traits of the Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard are similar to the Apex Gaming Keyboard.

Via: Press Release



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