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Ozone Strike Pro Mechanical Keyboard
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Default Ozone Strike Pro Mechanical Keyboard - 11-26-2013, 11:21 | posts: 20,811 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Sensitivity is not incompatible with precision. Control is not isolated from speed. The new Ozone keyboard, Strike Pro, combines sensitivity, precision, control and speed in order to facilitate intera...

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Sensitivity is not incompatible with precision. Control is not isolated from speed. The new Ozone keyboard, Strike Pro, combines sensitivity, precision, control and speed in order to facilitate intera...

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looks good in still in the market for mechanical keyboard, Sad part is I very much like the wave design of the desktop wave keyboards and I have not seen any Mechanical keyboards like that.

The prices on these mechanical keyboards are rather high too imo I do want to keep my Mouse/Keyboard software tied to one peice software too

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im planning to buy first mechanical with leds for 10$ tops
   
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