Some time ago, SteelSeries introduced its Apex M750 gaming keyboard and now the company chopped off the numpad area to create the Apex M750 TKL. This tenkeyless design is more compact but retains the overall feature set of its larger brother. SteelSeries sells the new board for $119.99 (139.99EUR).
The Apex M750 TKL features the high build quality and esports performance of the original M750, but in a compact and transportable 10-keyless design.
Today, SteelSeries announced a ten-keyless variant of its APEX M750 mechanical gaming keyboard, the Apex M750 TKL. It features the high build quality and esports performance of the original M750, but in a compact and transportable 10-keyless design.
The M750 TKL uses SteelSeries’ QX2 mechanical switches, features a sleek and durable 5000 Series aluminum metal-alloy frame with a black matte finish, ultra-bright, individual RGB LEDs, and is compatible with SteelSeries Engine apps for crucial in-game notifications, to give gamers the ultimate combination of beauty, performance and customization.
The keyboard was designed for competitive esports. Its durable design and small size are easy to transport to tournaments or events without fear of it being damaged. The 10-keyless design optimizes the spacing between the keyboard and mouse, bringing gamers’ hand's closer together to improve ergonomics for long gaming sessions.
Users can still take full advantage of all SteelSeries Engine apps on the M750 TKL, like Discord Chat Integration, ImageSync, Audio Visualizer, PrismSync and GameSense.
SteelSeries just announced its sponsorship of renowned esports player, Sander “VoO” Kaasjager, who used SteelSeries products throughout his career. He prefers 10-keyless during competition.
“I use a relatively low sensitivity, so I need all the desk real estate I can get,” Kaasjager said. “The SteelSeries M750 TKL has no numpad, and all the awesomeness of the regular M750, so I never have to worry about hitting my keyboard again!”