Mechanical keyboard Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK2 is devoid of a block of digital input

The company Sharkoon has introduced a new keyboard Skiller Mech SGK2. The first difference from last year’s model Skiller Mech SGK1, glaring, is the lack of digital input.

At the same time, its predecessor, the novelty has inherited the durable metal body and rubber legs. In addition, as in other mechanical keyboard Sharkoon, keyboard Skiller Mech SGK2 uses Kailh switches. Users are offered a choice of three options: Blue, Brown and Red. The Kailh Blue switches provide a noticeable audible and tactile response. The Kailh Brown switches — quiet, but with a tactile trigger. Finally, the Kailh Red switches the time of operation it is impossible to determine either aurally or tactilely. Operating force and the key travel is the same in all three cases, 50 g and 1.9 mm. Not dependant on the type of switch and its guaranteed resource declared equal to 50 million actuations.

Each key Skiller Mech SGK2 is equipped with a white backlight. The input device detects pressing of a few buttons and supports macro recording on the fly. By the way for macro a dedicated five keys at the left of the keyboard. To the computer Skiller Mech SGK2 connects by USB braided cable with gold-plated connectors.

Price Skiller Mech SGK2 is 45 euros.



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