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Testseek.co.uk have collected 27 expert reviews of the Mad Catz / Saitek Cyborg V7 and the average rating is 73%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Mad Catz / Saitek Cyborg V7.
 
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The editors liked

  • Programmable keys
  • Responsive touch panel

The editors didn't like

  • Plasticky look
  • Dead-action on keys

 

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  Published: 2012-05-11, Author: David , review by: pcgameware.co.uk

  • or you have just skipped to the conclusion and missed out on a whole wealth of information!? The Cyborg V.7 really does come with a whole raft of features, so I really did feel I should try to cover them all! The keyboard came well packaged in a nice box...

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  Published: 2009-11-26, review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Gaming on the Saitek Cyborg reminded me of why the Eclipse and Eclipse II are such popular keyboards. The keys feel solid under your fingers, and the keyboard is heavy enough that it doesn’t move during intense gaming. The touch panel is a fingerprint magnet, but it’s a fun alternative to discrete media keys.

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  Published: 2008-08-04, review by: itreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Its a touch plasticky for the money Saiteks asking, but the Cyborg is a reasonable gaming keyboard with an interesting line in coloured illumination. Saitek - Cyborg Keyboard price Buy Saitek Cyborg Keyboard securely online at a bargain price £59.99...

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  Published: 2008-06-06, review by: techradar.com

  • Programmable keys, Responsive touch panel
  • Plasticky look, Dead-action on keys

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  Published: 2006-01-01, review by: hardwareheaven.com

  • Abstract:  Based in San Diego Mad Catz are a company that produce innovative peripherals for PC gamers and with their Cyborg brand aim themselves...

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  Published: 2013-12-18, Author: Brian Westover , review by: pcmag.com

  • Mad Catz's proprietary key mechanism improves silicone dome switches. Multiple programmable macro keys with intriguing design and key placement. Backlight with multitude of color options.
  • Asymmetrical design is more style than substance. Some design elements fall flat
  • The Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 gaming keyboard is flashy, but it combines a competent design with several unique features....

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  Published: 2010-06-01, review by: toptenreviews.com

  • The Saitek Cyborg V.7 comes with SST software for customizing your keyboard,
  • This gaming keyboard doesn't have onthefly macro recording.
  • This is a very capable keyboard that is sure to improve your gaming potential....

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  Published: 2010-05-30, review by: hitechlegion.com

  • Useful and easy to press macro keys, Plethora of lighting effects and combinations, Specific metal plated keys, Responsive, Many options to adjust height of keyboard and palmrest, Pass through full powered USB and audio, Looks great on any desk,
  • Lack of blue lighting if that’s your thing, Lighting can be a bit distracting depending on the angle you look at it, Certain aspects of programming it could be clearer, Volume adjustment not very precise, silver
  • Searching for a new keyboard I look for style as well as quick performance. The Saitek Cyborg keyboard delivers strongly on both. In all of my time with it I noticed quick reaction and no sign of lag. It felt amazingly comfortable under my fingers and ...

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  Published: 2009-02-06, review by: about.com

  • 12 programmable "Cyborg" keys, USB connection, Fun, retro design
  • Metalreinforced keys can wear down, Backlight is slightly distracting, Features, So Many Keys!, The Cyborg gaming keyboard features 104 keys total, with 12 programmable "Cyborg" keys great for gaming, but also ideal for workhorse PC users who want f...
  • Features So Many Keys! The Cyborg gaming keyboard features 104 keys total, with 12 programmable "Cyborg" keys -- great for gaming, but also ideal for workhorse PC users who want full control of their PC. The typical gaming keys on the board are reinfor...

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  Published: 2008-12-20, review by: techolive.com

  • Abstract:  On paper, the Saitek Cyborg looks like an amazing gaming keyboard. With the selective back-lighting, the touch-panel and much more, how could you go wrong? Unfortunately, during my testing, the keyboard showed quite a few problems and weaknesses that m...

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