SteelSeries has released quite an assortment of products over the past few months and now it has shrunk down one of its more premium offerings, the Apex M750, which made its debut in the summer. The keyboard offers a muted design and has an impressive build that uses aerospace aluminum combined with the company's third-generation mechanical QX2 switches to deliver fast and consistent response times.
The firm is re-introducing the Apex M750, but reducing its size by removing the number pad usually found on the right side of traditional keyboards. The Apex M750 TKL makes use of the same materials as the original, but has a reduced footprint that could open up more space on one's gaming space. The Apex M750 TKL also features dynamic per-key RGB lighting that can be controlled using the SteelSeries Engine software.
Furthermore, the keyboard will also offer notification lighting options for certain applications, with one of the largest supporters being Discord. While playing, notifications that come in will illuminate the keyboard, giving you instant visual updates for new messages, your mute status and more.
The Apex M750 TKL is now available to purchase directly from the SteelSeries website for $119.99. If you are looking for something more traditional, you can opt for the original Apex M750, priced at $139.99.
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