Sturdy Build Quality.
2ms lag time is great for gamers.
18k gold plated mechanical switches and connectors.
Great use of space to arrange the layout of the keys.
Great action on a classic keyboard layout.
Sturdy and exact mechanical switches.
PS/2 buffering allows many keys to be pressed at once.
Slightly on the bulkier side.
No macro keys.
Wrist rest spoils the looks.
Lock LED's are too bright.
USB hub is old USB 1.1 protocol.
Backspace key is too small.
Keys are a little on the stiff side.
By Vortez on October 22, 2011
The SteelSeries 7G is a gaming keyboard for those who look for functionality rather than form. It's a grown-ups keyboard for those who place usability over flashing lights, dials and LCD screens. Its remit was to create a gaming keyboard that does...-
By PC Advisor on October 20, 2011
The SteelSeries 7G is practically the same keyboard as the 6Gv2....70
By PCWorld India on August 16, 2011
The Steelseries 7G is a beast of a gaming keyboard which sticks to the basics and does the job without hoo-hah....91
By Real World Labs on July 25, 2011
The SteelSeries 7G mechanical keyboard has been sitting on my desk for the past 16 days during which both the build quality and feeling of its mechanical keys have left me with the best possible impressions. The anti-ghosting feature is also...-
By Tbreak.com on June 04, 2011
Whenever a new review product touches down at the Tbreak office, the first thing I ask is of the price. Because the price will define the capacity the product is expected to perform; whether it will over perform or underwhelm will create its value...60
By Benchmark Reviews on December 08, 2010
In this section I am going to write a brief five point summary on the following categories; Performance, Appearance, Construction, Functionality and Value. These views are my own and help me to give the SteelSeries 7G Mechanical Gaming Keyboard a...89
By Kitguru.net on July 08, 2010
The SteelSeries 7G is a fantastic keyboard for users who want the best possible performance and build quality and don’t mind paying for...85
By MadShrimps on May 16, 2010
At first I would like to say that this is not an ordinary keyboard, with lights and other shiny stuff. This is not a keyboard to take along with you at LAN parties, but to use it at home for playing lots of games and using other applications....-
By XtremeComputing on March 18, 2010
So, a keyboard, for near £100.... is it worth it? Well, in my opinion - only if you use your keyboard a lot. Personally, I couldn't justify spending £100 on any keyboard - I barely ever get chance to play on my gaming rig these days....-
By Overclock3D on February 06, 2010
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