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SteelSeries ApS 64022SS

SteelSeries ApS 64022SS
alaScore 80

14 reviews

Oct, 2020

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of SteelSeries ApS 64022SS. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the SteelSeries ApS 64022SS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Logitech And Razer Keyboards Are A Joke.


i own a Logitech G500 gaming mouse and paired with this i think i have the best (peripherals) setup... period. Logitech's "gaming" keyboards are all jokes, don't get me wrong i love Logitech's gear but their keyboards are very cheap to manufacture and...

very high quality feel. keys are 100% consistent pressure. tactile feedback. will never break... this thing Is A Beast. i just love gaming with it --- because the keys actuate about mid-press, it "feels" more responsive

the price! but if you can afford it, there's no other keyboard like it at all so it's DEFINITELY worth it imo

Nov, 2010

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Seriously Awsome Keyboard


mechanical keyboards are fer better than ruber dome keyboards. they last longer and feel much better to type on. and the keys respond faster due to better key de-bounceing. This keyboard has a ncie simple look and no extra keys. i like the missing...

This is a great mechanical keyboard. i love that it is native PS2. this allows for FULL NKRO (no key rollover) ; the large palm rest is really nice. it is heavy and built like a tank! the usb hub is nice since my computer is so far away from my desk

there are NONE

Oct, 2010

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Solid Overall keyboard.


I'd say the keyboard does it job, but could definitely offer MORE. It feels very nice and functionality wise, it has no compromises, but for its quality not so much. As I've said, only after a month of gaming/general usage, its paint and keys are...

A very lowprofile gaming keyboard, no need for flashiness to prove its purpose. Anti-ghosting is awesome and the closer additional hub makes it alittle easier to use your other peripherals (mouse, mic, usb devices, headphones, etc.) despite it being...

I've had this keyboard for alittle over a month now and maybe its product description is a tad over the top ; Certain random keys i rarely use outside of gaming ("F" and "C" keys especially) are already getting that "polished" look from pressing it too...

Jul, 2010

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Support Is Very Very Bad


Their lack of response and availability of support combined with the high cost of this unit and its supposed reliability (a strong reason behind my purchase choice) has left me with the total and unshakable resolve to not not only never purchase their...

The responsiveness, keystroke mechanisms, and general construction were very good. If the unit had lasted more than eleven months they would have made it a great purchase. It has instead been a waste of money and growing amounts of time

The unit's internal controller (that stores/transmits keystrokes) failed eleven months after purchase. Replacement has proven IMPOSSIBLE ; SteelSeries's support is terrible. Tickets go weeks without seeing a response, e-mails are supposedly sent out...

Apr, 2010

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Amazing - My first Mechanical Keyboard in 10 years!


People complain about the backspace being only 1 key wide but it seems fine to me, the layout is good. I LOVE it!

Amazing... Its built like a tank, responsive, actually WORKS with every key pressed ; Instead of picking it up and feeling a light keyboard its heavy and solid, the keys don't wobble and you have a good feeling to them

Some people say the backspace is a con, read other thoughts ; Space bar sounds like its rubbing against something when pressed down but you cant feel it when you press it, only hear it

Mar, 2010

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Built Like A Tank


I plan to buy more and invade neighboring countries.

Built Like a tank

No frills really, just a keyboard...that will last foreverrrrrrrrrr

Mar, 2010

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The keybaord does all it says, and I love it


This keyboard does everything it is advertised to do. While the keys are far from completely silent, they are MUCH quieter than the old school PS/1 input mechanical IBM keyboards. While it took some time to get used to the interesting enter key layout,...

Very solidly built. Not a lot of extra stuff on it. (just the media keys, connectors from the ports on the keyboard, and lights for the NUM LOCK and such). Keys will never wear out. Very responsive and fun to type on. Great accessory for my FPS gaming

Paint does rub off of keys, but not completely. It just fades on keys that get very heavy use. LED's for the status keys are overly bright. I have mine under 2 sheets of 1/8" tinted plastic, and they still shine through brightly. Makes me wonder if...

Jun, 2009

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Great Gaming Board


Before buying this keyboard, consider this: The Cherry MX Black switches used on this keyboard are linear - this means that there is no tactile bump as you press the key down. For gaming it's great. But for typing, you really need to get your hands on...

This is one of the best boards for gaming - even better than the Logitechs and Razers, simply because of the fact that it uses Cherry MX Black mechanical switches (linear force). And don't let the price deter you - because unlike regular rubber dome...

The small backspace key. It's fine that the enter key is larger, but they could have easily replaced the right windows key with the backslash key and kept backspace at the normal size

May, 2009

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The King of Gaming Gear


I use all steelseries products. I wouldn't use anything else. Steelseries Ikari Laser is the best mouse ever, and the S&S mousepad just equates to total domination.

The keyboard is pretty much top-quality. All the switches use gold-plated connectors for higher sensitivity and faster response. The keys have perfect resistance. Basically this keyboard is a monster of durability, and if you don't pour Coke on it, it...

I wish it cost a little less, but I can't really argue because gold is skyrocketing in price

Feb, 2009

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Quality unit, but it's not for me


This keyboard comes equipped with linear (black) cherry mechanical switches; these type of switches are neither springy nor spongy, and provide no tactile feedback. I highly recommend that you demo this keyboard to see if the key feel and travel is...

Anti-ghosting keys, extremely solid construction. Nice, clean look

Will slide around on surfaces unless you use the included wrist guard, which isn't nearly as solid as the keyboard itself. The LEDs are annoyingly bright

Feb, 2009

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