Reviewed on 2017-02-03
The only reason that PC gaming is still alive and thriving is because it offers customizability and adaptability beyond any other gaming platform around. From custom game mods to custom tweaked hardware, true gamers prefer the PC platform over anything el...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-11-07
SteelSeries is a familiar company within the gaming peripheral market, specializing in premium products that emphasize high quality, programmability and flexibility. Quite a few years ago, the company made a splash when it introduced its Zboard series...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-26
The original Zboard by Ideazon was, for better or for worse, the first gaming keyboard I ever owned. Because of this, it will always hold a special, biased place in my heart. About two years later, I had become more engrossed in the world of PC gaming,...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-07
Ah the humble keyboard.The marketplace is full of keyboards and they're split into quite a few types. You have your basic "it's got keys" models, laptop style low pressure ones, mechanical keyboards that will survive a direct missile hit, and ones that...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-03-20
SteelSeries’ new keyboard, the Shift, is based on the same concept as the company's , which has a removable keyset that can be replaced with keys suited specifically to certain games. For example, there are keysets available (at extra cost) for ,...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-02-23
Pre-programmed MMO-centered buttons. On the fly macro-editing. Swappable keyset. Half the price of a keyboard (provided you already own the Shift). Good software interface.
Software compatible with Windows OS only. Shift frame not ergonomic. Some misprinting on keys. Cannot buy as a bundle with Shift frame.
The SteelSeries Shift MMO Keyset ($24.99) helps to expand your game to the Massive Multiplayer Online arena (MMO) through this niche removable keyboard for the Shift frame. So rather than having to go out and buy another keyboard for $50 to help improv...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-02-22
Good software interface. On the fly macro-editing functionality. Audio and USB 2.0 ports. Swappable keyset.
Uncomfortable palm rest. Quick-keys are oddly placed. Not backlit.
When a computer peripheral company touts a keyboard as "gaming-grade," it's the software and additional features that distinguishes it from, say, a keyboard you'd use for your office PC. The SteelSeries Shift ($89.99 direct) packages bonus features lik...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-06-21
Upon receiving the SteelSeries Shift, I wasn't too excited to tell you the truth. I don't know why, but I think it just might be the amount of marketing power Logitech have. But it all disappeared once I looked at the box and started playing with it.The S...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-01-08
The SteelSeries Shift is the latest high-end gaming keyboard from SteelSeries. Definitely designed for hardcore gamers, the keyboard has a great, sturdy build quality, and plenty of customizations, including swappable keysets and plenty of macro capab...Read more >