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APEX M800 Gaming Keyboard Review by Teen Gamer

I think that the apex m800 is a great keyboard it feels nice to use and it doesn’t make as much noise as other mechanical keyboards. It is great for gamers as it logs every touch no matter how slight so that you can play to the best of your ability.

Editor’s Note:  We’ve had such great feedback on the APEX M800 compared to other keyboards that we are giving this our reviewed and approved badge. You can buy this for the gamer in your life with confidence. Right here.

 

I think that the apex m800 is a great keyboard it feels nice to use and it doesn’t make as much noise as other mechanical keyboards. It is great for gamers as it logs every touch no matter how slight so that you can play to the best of your ability. Editor's Note:  We've had such great feedback on the APEX M800 compared to other keyboards that we are giving this our reviewed and approved badge. You can buy this for the gamer in your life with confidence. Right here.  

Review Overview

noise level
feel
speed
customisable

A Gamer's Dream

Summary : Sensitive and attractive, this could well be the world's fastest keyboard

User Rating: 4.8 ( 1 votes)

About Mitchell Mercer-Phillips

Mitchell has been a reviewer for The Consumer Voice for 4 years. He is 14 years old and brings a fabulous perspective to the products we review for children and teens. His areas of interest include gaming, history, science, gardening, Minecraft, Xbox and gadgets in general.
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