The M750 features SteelSeries QX2 switches, aerospace aluminum and exclusive SteelSeries Engine Apps for Discord and more
Today, SteelSeries announced the APEX M750, the ‘complete package’ mechanical keyboard, delivering durability in a beautifully simplified package. The M750 brings new QX2 mechanical switches, per key RGB lighting and SteelSeries Engine Apps to gamers, giving them the ultimate combination of beauty, performance, and customization.
The APEX M750 features SteelSeries’ QX2 linear mechanical gaming switches to deliver ultra-fast and consistent gameplay. Their low-force, linear actuation point also deliver a whisper-quiet response and have a guaranteed lifespan of 50 million key presses. The keyboard was designed with an aerospace aluminum core for durability, stability and a sleek, modern look.
Gamers have strong and vocal opinions about keyboards; and it’s a crowded market with vast options of different switches, features, and materials, but there are always compromises. That is what makes the Apex M750 different - we didn’t compromise on any of it, instead, we listened and are delivering the complete package,” said SteelSeries CEO, Ehtisham Rabbani. “With the launch of the new keyboard, we are proud to bring new and first-to-market SteelSeries Engine features to gamers, like the Discord App, ImageSync and more.”
The launch of Apex M750 kick starts several exciting upgrades in SteelSeries Engine. The powerful software suite, with the most intuitive, easy-to-navigate UI, features new Engine Apps delivering reactive lighting, chat notifications and unparalleled customization.
SteelSeries Engine now features chat notifications in partnership with Discord. This new feature allows real-time chat notifications from Discord to be synced to SteelSeries illuminated products. Streamers, gamers, and esports players can light up the new Apex M750 with customizable notifications that indicate new messages, mute status and more.
The APEX M750 is available now at https://steelseries.com/m750 for $139.99.
Chicago, Aug. 15, 2017