The SteelSeries Merc Stealth features 34 dedicated gaming terrain keys,
providing gamers with the ability to adjust their macros and settings to walk,
jump, crouch and move. This feature is crucial when playing fast-paced FPS games
that demand a high-level of actions per minute.
The 11 Degree Advantage
The terrain keys are tilted at an 11 degree angle of in order to provide the
perfect ergonomic hand positioning while gaming. The ability to rest your palm
while keeping your fingers mobile for swift movement to reach keys, keeps you
comfortable and quick.
Choose Your Color
The SteelSeries Merc Stealth features 3 different color illumination options
– blue, red and purple. These colors can each be set to 4 different levels of
illumination including subtle, ambient, intense and off.
The SteelSeries Z-Engine enables you to program every key on the Merc
Stealth. No more difficult external scripting or in-game setups. Simply set all
macros directly onto the keyboard via the Z-Engine software.
Drag And Drop Macros
SteelSeries Z-Engine software provides an easy, drag-and-drop macro menu. We
agree, nerds are actually cool, but we’re not all fluent in IT, so simplifying
macros get you back to you game faster and with better understanding of what you
just did to your keyboard.
Easy access to general keys like multimedia and navigation provides gamer
with fa ast and simple way to access some of the most common keys.
The movement keys on the SteelSeries Merc Stealth are the most used keys and
therefore have been rubberized so that users can maintain maximum control even
when your hands are getting sweaty after long sessions.
Two USB 2.0 ports alongside a microphone and headset jacksprovides a better
connection, resulting in a faster response time from your keyboard and the
connected devices to your computer.
And The Numbers:
2 port built-in USB 2.0 hub
Gold-plated microphone and headset jacks
Cable: 1,8 m / 6 ft.
1 x USB plug
Dimensions: 536 x 201 x 27 mm / 21,1 x 7,9 x 1,1 in
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