SteelSeries has finally made a 60% version of their flagship Apex Pro mechanical gaming keyboard. So now we have the Apex Pro Mini and Apex Pro Mini Wireless, today we will be taking a look at a ladder, which makes use of SteelSeries Quantum 2.0 Wireless technology. This 60% keyboard also features their OmniPoint 2.0 switches, which are quite unique (more on that in a bit), double shot PBT keycaps, and an aircraft grade aluminum metal top plate. Is this the ultimate 60% keyboard? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to SteelSeries for providing us with the Apex Pro Mini Wireless Gaming Keyboard to review.
Key Switches: OmniPoint Adjustable Mechanical Switch
Switch Rating: Guaranteed 100 Million Presses
On-Board Memory: 5 Custom Profiles
Processor: 32 Bit ARM
Adjustable Actuation Points: 0.2- 3.8mm
Connection: Detachable USB Type-C
Connection: Wired / 2.4 GHz / Bluetooth
Battery Life: 30 hours (Wireless) / 40 hours (Bluetooth with default lighting)
Width: 293 mm / 11.53 in
Depth: 103 mm / 4.02 in
Height: 40.3 mm / 1.59 in
Weight: 543 g / 1.2 lbs
Height Adjustment: Rubber Tri Level Feet
Lighting: Per Key RGB Illumination
The Apex Pro Mini Wireless comes in the SteelSeries standard packaging with a picture of the keyboard on the front and it lets us know this keyboard does feature the OmniPoint 2.0 switches.
Flipping over to the back we have a cross-section of one of the switches going over the OmniPoint 2.0 technology and some of the other features of the keyboard are highlighted as well.
Opening the box up and getting everything out of the box we have the Apex Pro Mini Wireless Gaming Keyboard, USB-A to USB-C cable, USB-C wireless dongle, dongle adapter, keycap puller, and a user’s guide.