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Sharkoon Intros SKILLER SGK20, A Trim and Tidy Keyboard

Sharkoon Technologies has today announced their latest expansion to their product range with the new SKILLER SGK20 mechanical gaming keyboard that features a rimless, tidy design with all the gamer flair.

Sharkoon SKILLER SGK20

The SKILLERS GK20 is a full-sized mechanical keyboard with a slim and almost rimless design that keeps its overall footprint to a minimum whilst also offering full keyboard functionality. It is equipped with either Brown or Red switches from Huano depending on the user’s preferences. Both of these switches are rated for 20 million keystrokes and allow for RGB illumination to shine through with 18 pre-programmed lighting effects. It connects with a braided USB-C cable and features channels on the underside for interference-free positioning of the cable.

Price and Availability

The SKILLER SGK20 is within the lower brackets of pricing for mechanical keyboards at just €39.90, if you would like to learn more visit sharkoon.com.

Jakob Aylesbury

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