Many beloved electronics have fallen sufferer to a spilled glass of water. Irrespective of how cautious you might be, spills occur. The following time you spill one thing at your desk, although, you might have one much less factor to fret about should you decide up SteelSeries’ tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard launched immediately for $45.
SteelSeries says its new Apex Three TKL is each water and mud resistant, due to IP32 certification and a polymer body. The Worldwide Electrotechnical Fee (IEC) ranking ensures that the keyboard gained’t be broken by dripping water “when the enclosure is tilted at any angle as much as 15 levels.” IP32 certification additionally signifies that the Apex Three TKL is secure from mud that’s at the very least 2.5 mm massive.
SteelSeries’ Apex Three TKL is solely a numpad-less model of the SteelSeries Apex 3, which has the identical certification. Different gaming keyboards, equivalent to Corsair’s Okay68 mechanical keyboard, include the identical IEC stamp, however discovering a waterproof keyboard within the TKL type issue is uncommon.
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