Tuesday, July 24th 2012

Sharkoon Announces Tactix Gaming Keyboard

Sharkoon announces the launch of the Tactix gaming keyboard. The Sharkoon Tactix Gaming Keyboard comes with an 18-key rollover, interchangeable WASD and Arrow keys. The black keyboard eliminates the need for multimedia keys and offers compact dimensions of 431 x 136 x 24 mm for a space saving design. Delivery also includes a handy, detachable wrist rest. The Sharkoon Tactix supports N-key rollover for up to 18 keys, now several key commands can simultaneously be performed quickly and precisely during action-packed gaming situations. Important for gamers is that the WASD and Arrow keys are highlighted in a nonslip rubber blue coating. For users who prefer a more discreet design, keys are in the default layout together with replacement tool.

Also included is a software CD for setting up user profiles. The 107 function keys can be optionally assigned, for example, with Macro, Mouse, Internet, Office, Media or other program functions. Overall, a total of ten different profiles each with three sub-levels can be created for different applications and environments.



End customers will find the Sharkoon Tactix Gaming Keyboard available for the suggested retail price of 12.99 euros in authorized retailers.
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12 Comments on Sharkoon Announces Tactix Gaming Keyboard

#1
Drone
Also included is a software CD for setting up user profiles. The 107 function keys can be optionally assigned, for example, with Macro, Mouse, Internet, Office, Media or other program functions. Overall, a total of ten different profiles each with three sub-levels can be created for different applications and environments.
Overcomplicated. It's just a keyboard
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#2
Krnt
Love that large "Enter" but hate that small "Backspace", everything else doesn't seem to catch my attention.
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#3
Yo_Wattup
by: Drone
Overcomplicated. It's just a keyboard
Mustnt be an enthusiast..

by: Krnt
Love that large "Enter" but hate that small "Backspace", everything else doesn't seem to catch my attention.
To have a large enter key you must relocate the backslash key, and the only place to put it would be the top line, meaning the backspace key has to be shorter. This is the case on nearly every keyboard with a big enter key.
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#4
Krnt
by: Yo_Wattup
To have a large enter key you must relocate the backslash key, and the only place to put it would be the top line, meaning the backspace key has to be shorter. This is the case on nearly every keyboard with a big enter key.
Not really the backlash could have been just below the enter taking some space from the large shift like most of the UK keyboards, works much better for gaming, well for me maybe.
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#5
Vancha
by: Yo_Wattup
Mustnt be an enthusiast..
Most of the keyboard enthusiasts I know would call that overcomplicated as well. :p
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#6
gopal
It is a good keyboard but the price is a little high for me.
btw, there are many other good keyboard to look for.

:toast:
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#7
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
i have 10 fingers, and dont type with toes. Who needs 18kro?
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#9
scaminatrix
by: btarunr
suggested retail price of 12.99 euros
That's cheap.
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#10
evulmunk33
BitFenix Rep
if you ask me anything above 6KRO only makes sense if you play emulators (mariokart 64, tekken) with a friend, so you are using the same keyboard... :D
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#11
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: scaminatrix
That's cheap.
Sounds too cheap for what you get. If that is the price (say €15 here) I think I have to try one.
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#12
gopal
by: Frick
Sounds too cheap for what you get. If that is the price (say €15 here) I think I have to try one.
Me too:rolleyes:
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