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Sharkoon Skiller Keyboard
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It's quite a bulky job, so ensure you have plenty of desk space to acommodate it, but its size is down to the wrist-support at the bottom of it, the flanges at the side housing 10 of the multimedia/browser buttons & the extended top housing the other 10 (ranging from My Computer, email, calculator etc., to the very handy Sleep, Wake & Power Off buttons. The overall design concept has clearly been dreamt up by a Klingon, with its angular edges & scary logos, but this is no bad thing. Depending on how you feel about Klingons of course.
The Power Off key shuts down your pc in one fell swoop, but bear in mind that the keyboard has a sinister 'Klingon-in-Ibiza Tattoo'-style blue, led-lit, Sharkoon logo at the bottom, which remains lit on powering down the pc, as the keyboard is USB and your USB ports remain 'hot', ie powered up all the time unless you unplug the whole pc. This logo is bright enough to semi-light a room, so could be annoying if your pc's in a bedroom.
The supplied blue rubberised gaming replacement WASD & arrow keys are easy to swap for the standard ones, using the key removal tool supplied and are very useful for FPS/strategy games, but I find that they're a bit odd when simply typing, being larger and the letters non-central on the keys.
The keys are not backlit, but what would you expect at this price point?
The underside front of the keyboard has rubber pads, which effectively stop it sliding about on your desk when you're running away from aliens, dodging shells from a Tiger tank or frenziedly constructing formulas in Excel: so much better than the cheap plastic ones normally associated with low-price keyboards.Read more ›
- no onscreen display (OSD) showing (eg) volume control, capslock etc (subtract 1 star)
- some keys need very firm depression to work properly, which is annoying when typing quickly (subtract 1 star)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a keyboard, its ok. The keys are a much shorter "throw" that what i am used to but all the buttons work off the bat with no need for drivers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vic Mullin
Used it for over a year now, very good keyboard for its price. Only issue I have is the cheap plastic used for the legs which keep falling off.Published 10 months ago by Richard H
Really good value, well made, robust keyboard, the rubberised keys are very good and easy to swap over with tool supplied, I thought at 1st the keys felt too spongy, but after a... Read morePublished 10 months ago by KC_rocka
Very unreliable keyboard. The first one lasted about a month, the second - barely two months.
It is not mapped to work in anything rather than Windows - not usable on Mac or... Read more