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Submitted by Laike 1026d ago | review

Roccat Isku Keyboard Review [Capsule Computers]

Jamie Laike Tsui of Capsule Computers writes:

"Roccat’s new top of the line gaming keyboard is the Roccat Isku. It is an illluminated rubber domed type keyboard with medium height keys, eight physical macro keys, a large wrist rest, and eight media keys. It features a powerful set of drivers and it is the first Roccat keyboard to support the Roccat Talk feature. Paired with a Roccat Kone[+], Kone Pure, or a Kone XTD, the two devices are able to work together to create macros that can perform functions on both devices at the same time." (Gaming, ROCCAT Isku) 10/10

masterabbott  +   1026d ago
Awesome i really need a new keyboard, this might be the one for me!
Dasteru  +   1025d ago
The Ideazon/Steelseries Merc is still the best keyboard imo.

After using it for several years i cannot go back to the cramped layout of normal keyboards.

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