SteelSeries Apex M750 Mechanical Keyboard Review

PackagingThe packaging for the Apex M750 is bright and full color and will surely catch the eye of the consumer on any shelf space. As you would expect, plenty of features and specifications are printed and on display to inform the potential customer.


In the package, you will receive a product information guide, replaceable keyboard feet, and the Apex M750 Gaming Keyboard. Now let us take a closer look at the mouse itself!


A Closer LookQX2 Mechanical Switch

SteelSeries QX2 mechanical RGB switches are engineered for pure performance. The QX2 switch features copper click leaves, clear casings, and DURACON® thermoplastic stems, to deliver silky smooth linear operation. Their 45cN force and 2mm actuation point is the holy grail for players looking for the absolute fastest reaction times. Guaranteed for 50 million key presses, ensuring a lifetime of durability.


5000 Series Aluminum Alloy

Building gaming’s first mechanical keyboard is a key part of SteelSeries history, and the Apex M750 honors that legacy by staying true to our original mantra: built like a tank. The keyboard’s frame is built with aerospace aluminum to provide a rock-solid base for the mechanical switches. The use of series 5000 aluminum alloy, gives the Apex M750 zero-flex stability.


Full Anti-Ghosting

Apex M750 is armed with 100% anti-ghosting and full N-Key Rollover ensuring you never lose a match because of an unrecognized key press.


PrismSync Lighting

Sync dynamic multi-color lighting effects between all your SteelSeries Prism-enabled gear. Show off with one-click lighting effects or complex light shows.


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