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Review: Gigabyte Force K7 Stealth gaming keyboard
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Default Review: Gigabyte Force K7 Stealth gaming keyboard - 08-08-2014, 13:38 | posts: 21,376 | Location: Guru3D testlab

We review the Gigabyte Force K7 Stealth gaming keyboard. This is a 30 EUR budget gaming keyboard that has a nice style and some good features. Though not mechanical for the money it is a pretty nice d...

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looks a pritty good keyboard then
   
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I'd still rather go for a Corsair K40 or K50 at this level. Speaking of which, Any news on a review of the upcoming Corsair MX RGB keyboards?
   
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I'd still rather go for a Corsair K40 or K50 at this level. Speaking of which, Any news on a review of the upcoming Corsair MX RGB keyboards?
Yes, these will be launching likely mid-September. So somewhere in that time-frame.


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I've had gigabyte aivia osmium for over 3 years now and I can't complain, it's a wonderful keyboard, the only issue I have is that the arrow right key is a bit ragged, but I solved it with some spray paint
Before that I had saitek eclipse I and eclipse II for over 8 years and had a lot of trouble with those, had to do a RMA a few times both of them.
So I would recommend gigabyte keyboards, they are very reliable, but this one reviewed does not have mechanical keys as aivia osmium has so it can be different

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