SteelSeries Apex M750 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅18-09-17
Closer Look
The SteelSeries Apex M750 features a simple design, going with a solid aluminium top-construction and mechanical keys.

The right and left-hand sides are angled forwards to make usage more comfortable. There’s also a chamfered aluminium insert in the sides, this is purely cosmetic as far as we can tell; it looks fantastic though. Those clear keys are well spaced to make cleaning easier too.

The alphabet area of the keyboard is as “standard” as it’s possible to get. The fonts are clear and easy to read, using a wide type to allow more of that RGB goodness through.

On the underside there are two long, thin rubber pads for grip, as well as those keyhole shaped rubber pads at the rear, which are removable, to be replaced with taller pieces to raise the keyboard. The centre section is a glossy plastic, which looks great, but is entirely pointless.

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