Sharkoon Skiller MECH SGK1 is a low-budget mechanical gaming keyboard

Posted on Monday, Aug 29 2016 @ 11:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sharkoon showcases the Skiller MECH SGK1, an affordable mechanical gaming keyboard with adjustable white LED illumination and profile management. The keyboard uses Kailh switches and is available with Red, Blue or Brown switches. The switches promise a life cycle of over 50 million keystrokes, the exact specifications of each variant can be viewed over here.

The SKILLER MECH SGK1 keyboard is available in retail stores for 59.90EUR.
Made for Tough Use
The SKILLER MECH SGK1 is the first mechanical keyboard from the Skiller series. The massive line management, reinforced aluminium alloy surface and white background illumination promises an excellent gaming keyboard, which optically needs not to hide. Its internal merit continues to impress with its n-key rollover, anti-ghosting, gaming mode and interchangeable WASD section.

Spoiled for Choice: Which Switch Should It Be?
The SKILLER MECH SGK1 is available with high-quality Kailh switches. The choice of which one is up to you. Shall it be the popular Brown switches, whose switch behavior most closely resembles rubber dome keyboards. Or perhaps you are more of a writing type who wishes to experience an acoustic feedback – then Blue switches are for you. Gamers will enjoy the feedback of Red switches.

Bright Prospects
The SKILLER MECH SGK1 is available with white background illumination, six brightness levels and six pre-programmed lighting effects. Additionally, there are five individual programmable lighting profiles. Do you need to keep using the same key repeatedly? Then let it shine!

Ergonomic and Durable
The SKILLER MECH SGK1 is designed for long hours of play. The mechanical keys have a life expectancy of at least 50 million clicks and, thanks to the integrated palm rest, hours of typing can be effortlessly managed.
Skiller MECH SGK1


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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