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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:28pm 04/08/22 | 0 Comments
Outside of being a 60% form-factor TKL keyboard, the mini size that has become super popular of late, the SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless also pushes the boundaries in terms of what's possible when it comes to mechanical keyboards. The OmniPoint Adjustable Mechanical Switches deployed here offer up next-level customisation.

And based on the price, you'd want them to be.
Really though the star of the show here is the adjustable mechanical switches found in each key - no doubt a feature you would want to use to get the most out of the SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless. At the most basic level, you can set up profiles so the actuation distance (which is when a keystroke is registered) is shorter for competitive games and then longer for day-to-day productivity.

Being able to go from 1mm actuation to lower and fine-tune really made it feel like the SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless is something you can customise and tailor to suit what you like best. There are well over 30 different levels ranging from 0.2mm to 3.8mm that you can adjust on a per-key basis so it’s, yeah, impressive.

Our Full SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless Keyboard Review



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