Way back when, Cyborg released the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 gaming keyboard, which I reviewed – a $300 piece of hardware with a built-in touchscreen, colored back-lighting, and a total swap of features meant for a power-user, or just for a PC gamer.
Fast forward almost a year later, and a much more economical version is in existence: the Strike 3. For just a dollar short of a Benjamin, you get the same mechanical keyboard with programmable lights and buttons, but sans the energy-consuming screen.
And it’s brilliant that way.