SteelSeries are a Danish company founded back in 2001 with a mission to provide high quality accessories to gamers. With a constant flow of top notch products, SteelSeries are a popular brand among professional gamers and sponsor some of the most prestigious teams in the world.
At around £90 the Steelseries 7G is a considerable investment and gamers will be wondering why they should invest in such a basic outward design when other companies offer cheaper products packed with useful features such as macro functionality and backlit keys. Over the next few pages we’re going to take a look at the 7G and find out what sets it apart from other products.
The SteelSeries 7G comes packaged in a black box with information on the various features. There’s also a window with a portion of the keyboard on display. The back of the box contains a blurb and information on the product in several languages. Additionally, there is a piece of text on SteelSeries and the logos of various professional gaming teams they sponsor.
Inside the box you’ll find the keyboard, wrist rest, a booklet on current SteelSeries products, a sticker and a PS/2 to USB connector.
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