SideWinder X6 keyboard --- CBC Computers --- £32.02 delivered
SideWinder X6 keyboard  ---  CBC Computers  ---  £32.02 delivered

SideWinder X6 keyboard --- CBC Computers --- £32.02 delivered

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Switchable key pad
Flexible design, choose right side or left side configuration. Switch between standard key pad and macro pad in gaming mode.

Two-color adjustable backlighting dial
Keyboard keys are red, and key pad and Macro keys are amber in Game mode. Lighting dial adjusts the brightness of the keyboard and key pad.

Macro keys
Up to 30 programmable keys that can allow up to 90 programmable options with an assigned gaming profile.

Mode switching
Manually toggle the keyboard from standard mode to either of two gaming modes. LEDs show the selected mode.

Cruise Control
Use Cruise Control to continue an action without having to hold down the key or keys assigned to the action. You can use Cruise Control with up to four keys at a time.* (* Cruise Control does not work with programmable macro keys.)

In-game macro record button
Record any sequence of keystrokeseven standard chat messages. Macros are stored on your hard drive and can be easily shared.

Automatic profile Switching
When a game or application profile is assigned using the software, the keyboard detects the game or application you are running and applies your custom profile to the application.

WASD gaming keysWASD gaming keys
Have front-face lighting for enhanced visibility.

Media keys
Play/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, and Mute.


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If it lit up blue I'd take it


If it lit up blue I'd take it

Get the saitek Eclipse - really nice blue and good kb

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bit chilly in here

Logitech G11 few years old now but still a very nice keyboard.

Red is easier/better to see.


Get the saitek Eclipse - really nice blue and good kb

Thats what I have at the min, but the LEDs seem to have dimmed over time? Its not dusty, gets cleaned regularily, its just too dim. Doesn't help that its grey keys, so less contrast between blue light and the key itself.


Red is easier/better to see.

Probably is, but I don't want a red kb!

Nice keyboard but cheaper elsewhere as someone has said.

The ability to remove/move the numpad is unique and quite handy if you have limited deskspace - and the quality if there (MS make decent KBs - they outlast Logitechs in my experience)
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