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Roccat Skeltr Smart Keyboard Review

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Roccat Skeltr Overview

First let’s take a quick glance at what you receive with the Roccat Skeltr.

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The Skeltr ships in fairly typical packaging. A sleeve protects the keyboard from scrapes and scuffs and the cardboard insert keeps the detached wrist rest and other accessories safe.

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Benchmark Reviews received the white version for testing. The Skeltr is also available in black and grey.

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A braided cord, quick start guide/manual/warranty information/stickers, the detachable wrist rest and two short cables (3.5mm audio and USB micro B) for connecting mobile devices are safely tucked away under the Skeltr.

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Really, Roccat’s new keyboard makes a great impression overall. The white is a very matte finish, although the texture used practically guarantees fingerprints won’t be a problem on any of the colors. If the Kova mouse is any indication (the Skeltr seems to use the exact finish/coating that the Kova uses) it should resist fading/yellowing and dirt very well.

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Attaching the wrist rest adds some support but increases the desktop real-estate used by the Skeltr by quite a bit. This is a keyboard that belongs on top of a desk though, not in a drawer – and with the mobile device integration, you’ll want to leave it in the open anyway.


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