Saitek Cyborg Keyboard Video
Saitek Cyborg Keyboard Video Transcript
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>> Hi I'm Will Greenwald here at CES 2008 in Las Vegas and we're looking at Saitek's new Cyborg Keyboard. This is Saitek's latest gaming keyboard and it has all your average features you would find in a gaming keyboard. It had additional USB ports, a mike port, an audio port; you can program some of the keys and just do whatever gaming stuff you want. It of course has a gaming mode, you tap this button and it disables the windows logo so you don't accidentally hit it when you're playing a game and completely go out of the game. What's really interesting about this device is its keys are lighted into different zones so if you want to you can turn these keys different colors like green, amber and red. You can make them different brightness, you can also light other keys like the WASD keys differently, so you can give them a different color; and you can give the number pad an even different color and just customize all these different keys pretty much the way you want to do it. It goes through red, amber and green so there's no blue but still you can do some pretty cool looking things with this keyboard. You're translating with this little touch panel and these keys and you can do other things like volume control and media control with these touch sensors. I'm Will Greenwald at Las Vegas for CES 2008 and this is the Saitek Cyborg Keyboard. ^M00:01:28 [ Music ] ^M00:01:29
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