Upgrade your accuracy with this SteelSeries Apex Pro mechanical gaming keyboard. Advanced OmniPoint switches make inputs feel fast and fluid, and the adjustable design lets you change the actuation distance to suit your play style. This SteelSeries Apex Pro mechanical gaming keyboard has a sturdy aluminum alloy frame that stands up to heavy use.
USB pass-through port
Compatible with most mice, wireless headset adapters and cell phones.
OmniPoint Adjustable mechanical switches
Offer rapid response times for quick in-game action.
For comfortable use.
RGB backlit keys
Allow you to see your keyboard even in dim light.
Integrated numeric keypad
Allows simple data entry when you're not gaming for multifunction use.
Enables a simple wired connection to your computer.
PC and Mac compatible
For use with your existing computer.
SteelSeries Apex Pro Wired Gaming Mechanical OmniPoint Adjustable Switch Keyboard with RGB Back Lighting
A:Answerhi, I am the one who asked the question. Thank you for answering it. However, I purchased the keyboard myself after I asked the question, and much to my delight, I have discovered that in fact, the OLED screen does show the caps lock, numb lock, windows lock, etc... I do enjoy the difference in colors of the keys based on if num lock is on, etc... I think it's brilliant. But, yes, the statuses do appear on the OLDED screen.
A:AnswerYes! I have had this keyboard for a bit now and am in love with the options available to customize. The software allows me to change a lot of different things. So yes you can turn keys that aren't used off at will via the software.
A:AnswerYes it should be any keyboard and mouse combo should work I wouldn’t go for a 200$ keyboard if you gaming on Xbox tho maybe settle for something a little cheaper there’s plenty of sub 100$ keyboard with great switches!!
If you know your tactile response and linear response you can program most keys to have its own actuator response time. The directional keys and keypad cannot be programed with two different actuator profiles and have to be on one main profile.
This keyboard also doesn't 'clicky' as there is no physical parts for the actuator to respond to it.
A:AnswerThe only difference between the two is that one is a full-size keyboard, and one is missing it's number pad. If you're like me, and having that full number pad available to you matters, then you're not going to want the TKL (tenkeyless) version.