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Sharkoon 000SKSK Skiller Gaming Keyboard - Windows

Sharkoon 000SKSK Skiller Gaming Keyboard - Windows
alaScore 86

13 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and usability. Views are divided on the size.

value for money, usability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Sharkoon 000SKSK Skiller Gaming Keyboard - Windows is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Largely Disappointed

 

Macro software is relatively straight forward with lots of options, though I could get similar programs free online. Lots of multimedia keys. Cheap

Multimedia keys cannot be disabled or changed, including power and standby buttons. Has a very 'cheap' feel to it. The key presses are really loud and some of the larger keys rattle. The USB cord is already being pulled out of my keyboard less than 3...

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Great keyboard

 

led's dont fade. They also include rubberized buttons for the arrow and wasd keys. keyboard is very long. buttons fee nice and soft somewhat clicky

none

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Not as advertised

 

Rubberized feet

Immediately after receiving the keyboard and opening it up I realized that the picture given for the keyboard is not the same as the one I received ; Even though I brought it for $20, if I compare it to my Dell keyboard from early 2000's/late 1990's,...

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Excellent

 

The Keyboard itself is great. The keys aren't loud at all. The rubber blue keys are great, however if you're like me and your fingers tend to sweat sometimes, you will find that they slip on the rubber keys quite easily

nothing worth deducting an egg. This was exactly what I was looking for

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great price

 

like the rubber buttons that came with it. over has a great stance too it good size. cant complain

dont have any

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Awesome

 

love the 8 different keys for ASDW and the arrow keys. It helps alot when your gaming.

Very good cheap keyboard

Doesn't cook me dinner

Consumer review by:

Good budget gaming board

 

Like other people, I had the sticky A and D rubber keys. I solved this problem by shaving down the channels on the keys themselves where they ride in the slots on the keyboard. Give them a proper lube, and they work great! A good way to see where to...

I love the rubberized W, A, S, D and arrow keys! This is a Solid keyboard

Keyboard does not work at all during start-up on my PC. I'm sure that has something to do with the dual boot linux/win7 HDD in my computer and GRUB being the only OS selector available ; I had to knock off an egg for that, as there is no remedy for...

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You could do much better for less.

 

Really just seems like a generic keyboard with some extra wrap around buttons. If you're eyeing the rubber replacement keys do yourself a favor and just grab them seperately for $5 or so. Shift keys on mine stopped working after a couple weeks making...

Several extra media keys ; Software for configuring macros ; comes with rubber replacement keys

Performs no differently than a standard keyboard in my experience ; Blue LED logo can be obnoxiously bright at night

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Less than it pretends to be.

 

The software is nice, simple, and unobtrusive. Most of the extra keys, especially over number-pad area, probably won't be used at all my most people.

It's cheap for a gaming keyboard, and it looks pretty sexy, even without back-lighting. Rubber keys are a nice touch. Keys are a cinch to switch out. Programmable keys are convenient

Rubber keys are shaped and angled slightly differently from the default keys, making it awkward to type at first. The rubber keys are slightly looser, and therefor louder than the default keys. THIS UNIT IS NOT BACK-LIT, and the backspace key is the...

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Not a bad deal at all.

 

Upgraded from(Well, downgraded) from a pricy Logitech Keyboard and Mouse combo, I quickly learned Wireless and Gaming do not go well at all. Right after switching I noticed an amazing difference, I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a low...

Sleek, easy to install software(Just put in and autorun) not too loud even if you are fast typist like myself, neat little LED and lots of buttons for just about every most used shortcut Windows has

No raised keys, not necessarily that bad unless you have a cat

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