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Built on the proven success of the SteelSeries 7G, the new 6Gv2 utilizes gold-plated mechanical no-click switches and a powerful buffer-system to provide gamers with advanced key combinations and increased Actions-Per-Minute (APM). The extreme “anti-ghosting” feature allows as many simultaneous key presses as there are keys on the keyboard: Move, crouch, aim, fire and even check the scoreboard, all simultaneously in first person shooter games. SteelSeries’ Media Controls offer quick access to volume, mute and other audio controls. The mechanical tactile system is ergonomically designed to ensure ease-of-use, while the no-click switches and iron-infused plastic makes the 6Gv2 both comfortable and durable, with an unrivaled lifecycle of 50 million keystrokes. Like a tank, this “heavyweight gaming keyboard” is not the prettiest chick in the beauty pageant. It doesn’t glow or pulse. But it packs a punch. A serious one.
Mechanical Switches SteelSeries 6Gv2 is built with mechanical no-click switches, which provides a highly different users experience compared to using the “soft feel” keys found on conventional keyboards or even laptops: low latency and fast response.
50 Million Key Presses, and it’s heavy The 6Gv2 offers a lifecycle of 50 million key presses per key, which is more than 10 times of the amount than conventional keyboards. The 6Gv2 is also physically heavy. All keys are mounted on a metal plate within the keyboard to ensure durability. The plastic material used to create the keyboard has metal elements, also to help to improve durability.
Consistent Tactile Feedback The 6Gv2 offers more than just a long lifecycle. The rubber domes on a conventional keyboard will, over time, lose their tactile feeling due to rubber flexing. The keys you use the most will start to feel different. The physical construction of the mechanical switches used in the 6Gv2, and the strict tolerance levels in which the switches are manufactured, is what allows the key presses on this keyboard to always feel consistent.
Travel Distance - Increased APM With the 6Gv2 you don’t have to press the keys all the way down for them to register. The mechanical switches will register key presses fast; the travel distance will be roughly 50% shorter than a conventional keyboard. You will type faster, with a consistent tactile feeling. Your Actions Per Minute (APM) can reach new heights with the 6Gv2 thanks to this feature.
Redefining “Anti-ghosting” When using the PS/2 connection on the 6Gv2, you can press as many keys as you want at the same time, all of the key presses will go through and be registered by your computer. When using USB, you can use up to 6 keys plus modifiers at the same time, which is the highest spec limit a USB connection can accommodate.
Media Controls, No Windows Key The Windows key has been replaced with a SteelSeries Key that won’t wreak havoc during a gaming by minimizing your game or by opening a menu. The SteelSeries Key serves a different purpose: it’s a function key for the Media Controls found on the 6Gv2. Press the SteelSeries key and access the Media Controls via the first six F-keys on the keyboard. No additional rows of space consuming keys translate to a compact and easy to transport keyboard.
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