Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK3 (DE, Cable, Kailh-Blue)
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Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK3 (DE, Cable, Kailh-Blue)

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The Skiller Mech SGK3 is just as straightforward and robust in its design as the SGK2, but includes a 3-block layout and rich RGB illumination.

87%
3 external test reports
Expected delivery date: Tomorrow 18.02.2020 if ordered by today 17:00
Item no. 10047780
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Description

The mechanical keyboard is built specifically for gaming pros and offers much more than just its looks: The SGK3 offers an intuitive, fully customizable gaming software plus n-key rollover, anti-ghosting...

Specifications

Key specifications

Keyboard layout
German
Keyboard technology
Mechanical-switch keyboard
Key technology
Kailh-Blue
Keyboard type
Keyboard only

Downloads

Manual · 1.7 MB · English

Returns and warranty

30-day right of return

Unfortunately, we cannot accept a product if it is damaged, incomplete or missing its original packaging.

Dead on arrival (DOA)30 Days Bring-ini
Warranty24 months Bring-ini

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Test reports

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Average rating 87%

Number of test reports 3

Availability

Mail delivery
More than 10 item(s) ready for delivery from our warehouse
Expected delivery date: Tomorrow 18.02.2020 if ordered by today 17:00

Mice

Hygiene + Cleaning products

Mouse pads

PC

Questions about this product

The most helpful customer questions

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vuk66

1 month ago

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David Raemy

1 month ago

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Es handelt sich hierbei um drei verschiedene Tastenmechanismen.
-Die Kailh-Blue ist sehr taktil, leicht zu drücken und klickt eher laut.
-Die Kailh-Brown ist ebenfalls taktil, klickt jedoch nicht so laut
-Die Kailh-Red bewegt sich im Gegensatz zu den anderen zwei linear

Anbei schicke ich dir einen Artikel, auf welchem du dir drei Mechanismen sehen kannst. Eventuell hilft dir das weiter.

www.keyboardco.com/blog/index.php/2017/11/an-introduction-to... 

David Raemy1 month ago
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_m_sibold

3 months ago

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stefan.mueller186

2 months ago

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Das Layout beschreibt im grunde nur die Formen der Tasten.
Deutsch = ISO
US = ANSI

deskthority.net/wiki/ANSI_vs_ISO

Hier wird damit aber des weiteren die Beschriftung der Tasten selbst gemeint.

Deutsch = QWERTZ, Umlaute auf der Tastatur und Position der Satz- und Sonderzeichen
US = QWERTY keine Tasten für Umlaute und andere Postion der Satz- und Sonderzeichen 

stefan.mueller1862 months ago

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