Tuesday, 9 April 2013

SteelSeries Merc Stealth Gaming Keyboard

The field of professional gaming is somewhat of a mystery to me. I meet
this discussion with a combined sense of jealousy and wonder. Why didn't
I decided to go into this? Play games for a living? Get paid tons of
money by hundreds of sponsors to be a full-time gaming geek? Anyway, for
me, that ship has sailed, but for thousands of would-be gaming pros the
dream is still very much alive. There is one thing I do know, however,
and that's the importance of the right gaming gear. Unless you are
decked in the latest technology you could very well be left fragging
yourself to death and this is not an option. The latest gaming keyboard
from the professional game gear gurus at SteelSeries, the Merc Stealth,
is sure to have pros and amateur gamers alike getting out their wallets
faster than a GoW wall vault.
The SteelSeries Stealth Gaming Keyboard has been designed with the
serious gamer in mind. Just the look of the thing might be enough to
scare off the wannabes. Cloaked in black and sporting three different
LED illumination options (blue, red, and purple), the Merc Stealth is as
visually intimidating as it is functionally pimped out. The keyboard
features 34 dedicated gaming terrain keys that are tilted at an
ergonomic 11-degree angle to ensure that your bouts of CTS are limited
during those all-nighters.
The SteelSeries Merc Stealth gaming keyboard also supports simultaneous
keystrokes and features a number of hotkeys for multimedia, navigation
and other one-click controls. The keyboard also features two USB 2.0
ports and blinged out gold-plated microphone and headset jacks all
connected through a gold-plated USB connector. As if all that weren't
enough, all of the Merc Stealth's keys can be programmed using the
integrated SteelSeries Z Engine software.
After that brief rundown, I'm sure you're ready to get your mitts on
your own Merc Stealth keyboard (MSRP $89.99). Head on over to
www.steelseries.com to check out the complete spec and to find out where
you can pick one up today.

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