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    SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    SteelSeries Apex Pro / Pro TKL will be the first products to feature the 'OmniPoint' switch.
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    Re: SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    Now this is actually cool. If it turns out to work well and last long, they'll definitely be worth the price

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    Re: SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    I think it's great. A mix between the customizable actuation point and analog functionality will be ideal though.

    Regarding durability, you will probably replace the keyboard because it is filthy and the leds are not bright anymore before any of the actual mechanical switches really fails.

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    Re: SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    Quote Originally Posted by Ballantin View Post
    I think it's great. A mix between the customizable actuation point and analog functionality will be ideal though.

    Regarding durability, you will probably replace the keyboard because it is filthy and the leds are not bright anymore before any of the actual mechanical switches really fails.
    The switches usually aren't the problem. The key caps are, and sadly most of the time proprietary switches are married to substandard key caps.

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    Re: SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    can I steer a car with them then? Because if so... happy days!

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    Re: SteelSeries launches keyboards with adjustable actuation

    I wonder if it will actually rival wooting

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