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Incredible build quality.
Excellent mechanical switches.
Provides full antighosting.
Lack of extra features.
Short right shift key makes typing difficult.
Price (For Some).
Range Of Features.
Lack Of Adjustable Height.
No Extra USB.
Lock LED's are too bright.
Full antighosting only works with PS/2 adapter.
This is an expensive gaming keyboard.
By Computeractive on February 07, 2013
Steelseries is a company that has a large range of keyboards and mice aimed at gamers. The snappily named 6Gv2 is a plain black keyboard with few extra features. Instead, Steelseries has focussed on durability and responsiveness. The simple but sturdy...
By Real World Labs on December 11, 2012
& Scoring Both keyboards were built on the inside like tanks, but I had to remove a point from both for the quality of their legends. SteelSeries uses pad-printed keycaps which will wear off over time. A gaming keyboard with pad printed...
By PC Advisor on October 19, 2011
All in all, the SteelSeries 6Gv2 is a decent model at a decent price, but unless you hate your Windows key with a passion you might want to look elsewhere....
By LanOC Reviews on September 13, 2011
In the end it comes back down to preference once again. SteelSeries manufactured a durable high quality keyboard that will hold up to just about any abuse. They did include media keys for anyone who needs them but it’s clear that gaming is the...
By Expert Reviews on September 05, 2011
Expensive and loud, but great for typing and games...
By TechRadar on August 19, 2011
Modern keyboards can sometimes be accused of being overly elaborate, with products such as the Logitech G510 gaming keyboard including all kinds of bells and whistles to justify its existence. First impressions of the SteelSeries 6Gv2 pro gaming...
By XSReviews on June 30, 2011
This is a beautiful keyboard. It’s 7G with the fat trimmed. No serious gamer wants the twin 3.5mm connectors and USB on the keyboard, the 6Gv2 gives you all the good bits without these extras. Sure it’s a bit dull to look at – if a bit...
By Kitguru.net on June 20, 2011
At last, a mechanical keyboard that doesn’t break the...
By Overclock3D on June 14, 2011
So now we've established what the visual differences are between the 6Gv2 and the 7G, what are the differences in the typing experience?None. Absolutely zero. Nil. Nothing whatsoever.We've spent plenty of time behind the SteelSeries 7G and it is...
By HardwareHeaven on June 10, 2011
where a board might be marked down for lack of features. With the 6Gv2 this isn't the case as SteelSeries went out to create a high quality, no-frills gaming board when designing this product. We simply plug it in and use it.That doesn't mean...
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