Blunty reviews the SteelSeries Siberia v2 Heat Orange gaming Headset and the SteelSeries Apex gaming keyboard
SteelSeries Apex Gaming Keyboard review & Steelseries Siberia v2 Heat Orange Headset Review.
Blunty finds Steelseries at PAXaus;
SteelSeries Apex Gaming Keyboard; 22 macro keys each capable of up to 4 macro layers. SteelSeries ActiveZone lighting delivers 5 independent colour zones, each capable of 16.8 millions colours for style and function. Set unique colours for each of your macro layers enabling you to not only recognise your current layer faster, but also locate groups of keys with ease. The Apex also includes a few extras like integrated USB hub, independent media keys, and a braided nylon cable.
Raised macro keys for fast key combinations, tactile bumps on the W key to help you find WASD faster, swappable rubber feet for the most comfortable angle, and anti-ghosting of up to 6 simultaneous keypresses of 20 frequently used gaming keys.
The SteelSeries Siberia v2 Heat Orange features all the sexy features that have earned the Siberia series many awards and much fame since the original. We have added heat orange illumination that functions in 6 modes and an integrated USB sound card that is supported by SteelSeries Engine.
The over-the-head suspension design keeps the headset light and adjustable for every head size. The earcups feature noise reducing foam covered in grey leather to keep out noise and helps you focus on the important audio or voice communication. Lastly, the retractable, active noise-cancelling microphone is there when you need it and hides in the left earcup when you don’t.