The Saitek PK17U Cyborg Gaming Keyboard with Tri-Color Backlighting has to be the coolest keyboard out there. It’s highly advanced and customizable for all your gaming needs. It has multi-color backlight that’s totally adjustable to a mix of shades. You can even set it up to just illuminate your commonly used keys for gaming. The gaming keys are metal plating for extra wear protection. Best of all it looks pretty awesome- like the controls of a spaceship almost.
Here’s the full specs:
High-end, adjustable, gaming keyboard with customizable backlighting, programmable functions and media keys.
* Multi-color backlighting with Tru Vu illumination through keys (mix shades from Red through Amber to Green) and adjustable brightness
* Touch-sensitive, backlit dashboard control panel
* WASD, cursor, ‘Cyborg’ and NumPad keys can be lit independently from the rest of keyboard to highlight commonly used gaming keys
* Cyborg Mode–instantly disable the Windows keys and configure the color and brightness of your gaming keys at the touch of a button
* Set and forget–persistent key illumination settings ensure colors remain even after a system reboot
* 12 programmable ‘Cyborg’ keys
* Hard wearing, metal-plated key caps in key gaming areas
* Pass-through USB, audio and microphone sockets
* Enhanced multiple key presses in gaming areas for complex in-game commands
* Adjustable wrist rest and keyboard rake angle (front and back)
* Gold-plated connectors for USB and Audio
* Connectivity: USB 2.0
* Windows XP, XP64 and Windows Vista (all versions)
6 thoughts on “Saitek PK17U Cyborg Gaming Keyboard with Tri-Color Backlighting”
The keyboard looks very cool , at Tradestead there also has many kinds of such good consumer electronics with very cheap price!
i hate to say it, but those “metal plated” AWSD/arrorw & space bar keys aren’t metal plated at all, just silver paint.
Really cool keyboard. Looks very nice.!!!
30 October 2009
I just purchased a PK17U Cyborg Gaming Keyboard at Staples Store in Santa Maria, California, USA today. It was a display unit and the clerk could not fined the box that it was originally packed in nor the Instruction Manual for the Unit.
I would appreciate receiving a copy of the Instruction Manual if one is available.
1376 Ken Avenue,
Santa Maria, CA 93455
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