The modular concept of the keyboard is very impressive. The typing experience is very nice, and the extendable wrist supports provide extra comfort. The only real complaint we have is that the numpad module isn't completely programmable. The aluminium base of the keyboard makes it a very solid and sturdy construction, and the touchscreen has lots of features. We have yet to test a keyboard that has as many options as this one. So if you're a gamer and your budget allows spending £220 on a keyboard, then the S.t.r.i.k.e. 7 is an excellent product.
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