Sharkoon launched the Skiller PRO gaming keyboard. The Skiller PRO Illuminated Gaming Keyboard is the latest version of our popular Skiller keyboard and offers in the Pro version even more features for gamers. The blue illuminated keyboard in a 3-block standard layout, including multi-key rollover support, also offers six macro, three profile as well as nine multimedia keys. The stabile keyboard has a weight of about 888 grams; the lifetime of the keys is over 10 million keystokes.
With the included software individual programming of the keys can be easily made. For example, macros, macro-loops, keystrokes, delay times as well as media, internet and mouse functions can all be used. Furthermore, the Windows key can be disabled and the functions of the WASD keys can be interchanged with the arrow keys. Planned actions can be performed in the game even faster through the conveniently accessible macro key. Programming is very easy and thanks to the on-board memory individual settings can be used on any PC system. In addition, three individual profiles can be stored in the keyboard and each can be activated by a special key. Also customizable is the backlight illumination: By 10 percent increments up to the maximum brightness, breathing mode or completely deactivated. A total of nine multimedia keys provide a more comfortable use of various Windows functions, such as volume control or play/pause.
The keyboard connects via its 150 cm long, textile sheathed cable with a gold-plated USB plug. Packaging includes a set of anti-sliding rubber stands.
End customers will find the Sharkoon Skiller PRO Illuminated Gaming Keyboard available for the suggested retail price of 26.99 euros from authorized retailers.
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