The SKILLER MECH SGK3 is just as straightforward and robust in its design as the SGK2, but includes a 3-block layout and rich RGB illumination. The mechanical keyboard is built specifically for gaming pros and offers much more than just its looks: The SGK3 offers an intuitive, fully customizable gaming software plus n-key rollover, anti-ghosting keys, a polling rate of 1,000 Hz, gaming modes, arrow keys functions interchangeably with the WASD section and function keys with preset multimedia actions. The proven Kailh switches do their utmost to ensure gamers always have full gameplay control.
The Right Switch for Every Playing Style
With an operating lifecycle of at least 50 million keystrokes, the installed mechanical switches are not only robust but also suitable for individual playing styles. The red Kailh switches have a linear switch and undetectable switching point. The brown switches, on the other hand, have a tactile switch and detectable switching point – but undetectable click point. For those who enjoy a typewriter effect, the blue Kailh switches feature a precisely detectable click point and detectable switching point.
Numerous Lighting Effects with up to 16.8 Million Colors
Visually, the SKILLER MECH SGK3 particularly stands out due to its RGB illumination with 16.8 million colors and over twenty lighting effects. These are already pre-programmed and can be used without the included software. Also, without the use of the software, it is possible to adjust individual key assignments, for example to a preferred genre, as well as the color scheme, frequency, brightness and direction of the chosen lighting effect.
Individually Customizable Thanks to Intuitive Gaming Software
Choosing the correct lighting with the intuitive gaming software is even easier. Here, different lighting effects can be selected and configured with just a few clicks. In addition, individual key assignments and multimedia actions can be created within three different profiles and saved on the computer. Not only can each key be used freely, but also programmed with a macro. These can be saved in each profile or on the computer, and can be extended, adapted and modified at any time. Up to 100 macros, each with up to 250 key sequences, can be recorded.