Friday, July 10th 2009

OCZ Sabre OLED Gaming Keyboard Now Shipping

If you dream of buying a keyboard with OLED keys, but you don't have a thousand dollars to spend on a keyboard, your dream may finally become true. OCZ Technology is now shipping its own Sabre OLED gaming keyboard for the price equivalent of $135, which immediately makes it number one choice in OLED peripherals. ZipZoomfly is now taking orders here. For that money, OCZ gives you a pretty decent gaming keyboard, with nine fully customizable OLED keys, 103 super tactile low-noise keys, software macro configurator, 128 MB of onboard flash memory, blue LED side backlight, and a USB 2.0 interface. Full specs of the OCZ Sabre OLED keyboard are listed here.

Source: Zipzoomfly.com
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23 Comments on OCZ Sabre OLED Gaming Keyboard Now Shipping

#1
MRCL
135$, less than I expected.
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#2
mlee49
Sick:
Convert any digital image into OLED key icon
How cool is that!
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#3
Mussels
Moderprator
onboard 128MB of flash memory is also cool :D
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#4
Weer
This is nice but I so rarely use the G function keys on my G11.
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#5
malware
by: Weer
This is nice but I so rarely use the G function keys on my G11.
Who cares, I've never used the G keys on my G15 rev 2, but I love it every day, plus people look at it every time they see it. (big smile)
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#6
Mussels
Moderprator
by: malware
Who cares, I've never used the G keys on my G15 rev 2, but I love it every day, plus people look at it every time they see it. (big smile)
that is the most innuendo filled sentence about a keyboard i have ever read.
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#7
twicksisted
by: Mussels
that is the most innuendo filled sentence about a keyboard i have ever read.
:roll::roll::roll::roll::laugh:
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#8
Kitkat
by: Mussels
that is the most innuendo filled sentence about a keyboard i have ever read.
lmao
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
not a bad price. Is it contoured?
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#10
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
TPU should most definately review this product!
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#11
Mussels
Moderprator
by: Easy Rhino
TPU should most definately review this product!
just dont let malware touch it, k?
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#12
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: Mussels
just dont let malware touch it, k?
or destroy it after he touches it...
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#13
Mussels
Moderprator
by: Easy Rhino
or destroy it after he touches it...
ahh, the cleansing properties of fire :)
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#14
toyo
I never owned anything more than a simple multimedia keyboard, or a Macpro one. Please enlighten a poor soul what does it do with the 128 flash mb onboard? Thank you
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#15
twicksisted
by: toyo
I never owned anything more than a simple multimedia keyboard, or a Macpro one. Please enlighten a poor soul what does it do with the 128 flash mb onboard? Thank you
it will probably have something to do with storing profiles on the keyboard... (for the icons on the oled keys)
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#17
Mussels
Moderprator
by: toyo
I never owned anything more than a simple multimedia keyboard, or a Macpro one. Please enlighten a poor soul what does it do with the 128 flash mb onboard? Thank you
you put whatever the hell you want on that 128MB of flash drive :P
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#18
toyo
by: Mussels
you put whatever the hell you want on that 128MB of flash drive :P
Plus the profiles, remember the OLED profiles :laugh:
Thanks guys
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#19
Mussels
Moderprator
i'd keep my PC's SATA drivers on there, so when i reinstall windows they're always there :D
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#21
kuroikenshi
I wonder how this will compare to the Optimus Maximus keyboard by Art Lebedev

I know that the two biggest issues with the Optimus Maximus was the price and how hard it was to push the keys. It made typing on it a non practical thing which is a shame seeing how the damn thing costs 1500 bucks! :eek:
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#22
Kantastic
by: mlee49
Sick:


How cool is that!
The Optimus Maximus keyboard had something like that.
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