Product on Review: Fnatic miniSTREAK
Manufacturer: Fnatic Gear
Street Price: €99.99 / $99.99
Tenkeyless mechanical keyboards are growing in popularity thanks to their compact size and the fact they share pretty much the same feature set as their full-sized counterparts - except for the numpad of course. All the big players in the industry offer a tenkeyless keyboard, and now Fnatic Gear wants in on the action too. Enter the Fnatic miniSTREAK, essentially a more petite version of the Fnatic STREAK mechanical keyboard.
The miniSTREAK may be on the smaller side, but Fnatic hasn’t left many features off the table. It features a removable wrist rest that is adjustable, a choice of four Cherry MX switches - MX Blue, Brown, Red and Silent Red as well as a 1000Hz polling rate, an NXP Microcontroller, fully customisable RGB illumination and more. So just because you opt for a small keyboard, doesn’t mean you lose out. However, there are a few things that don’t carry over from the full-sized model, these include a USB pass-through and a dedicated volume control wheel. But on the bright side, this model is €30 cheaper and still retains most of the same features.
Fnatic Gear on the miniSTREAK:
Don’t be fooled by the size of this little guy. miniSTREAK is a fully powered RGB mechanical esports keyboard in a easy to travel tenkeyless form. Complete with a detachable cable, the same amazing build quality and all the core features of its big sibling.