MadCatz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 Pro Reviews

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MadCatz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 Reviews

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"Given the amount of features Mad Catz has delivered, the $299.99 price tag justifies itself. This is especially true from a hardware perspective comparing to the Razer alternative For most people this is an overkill. If Mad Catz releases some new apps, or at least open up browser capabilities, I would be able to recommend this keyboard much more strongly. Never forget this is one of the only keyboards on the market with a touch screen, delivers a mechanical keyboard experience, and can be reassembled to a different form factor as needed. What's for sure is if gamers can ignore the price on STRIKE 7, everyone should take one home."
"Overall we are thoroughly impressed with MadCatz’ latest creation. It’s ideal for gamers and designers alike, with a whole plethora of features packed into it’s futuristic modular design. Sure it’ll set you back a small fortune, but if you can afford it, you won’t be disappointed – although we have seen the likes of a cheaper version coming soon."
"The Mad Catz Cyborg S.t.r.i.k.e. 7 costs an average of around £220. That's a lot for a keyboard, but you do get a lot of value for your money. The modular concept of the keyboard is very impressive. The typing experience is very nice, and the extendable wrist supports provide extra comfort. The only real complaint we have is that the numpad module isn't completely programmable. The aluminium base of the keyboard makes it a very solid and sturdy construction, and the touchscreen has lots of features. We have yet to test a keyboard that has as many options as this one. So if you're a gamer and your budget allows spending £220 on a keyboard, then the S.t.r.i.k.e. 7 is an excellent product."
"The S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 is a highly customisable keyboard offering outstand build quality and touch screen technology. While the price is at the high end of the market for keyboards the product delivers quality and performance to match."
"Much like the R.A.T. 7/9 gaming mice the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 brings several innovative features never seen before on the table and because of that it also (like the R.A.T. 7/9) costs quite a bit and more specifically USD269.99 inside the USA (Newegg) and around 280Euros inside the EU. True such a price tag is over twice as much as the best mechanical keyboards out there but do keep in mind that just like the R.A.T. 7/9 gaming mice the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 is not aimed towards casual users and gamers but rather enthusiasts and hardcore gamers who always want/need the best gaming peripherals around and are willing to pay the extra premium to get them. Regardless however there's no denying that although not perfect the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 is at the top of the food chain currently and for that it walks away with our Platinum award."