IMG Reviews the Saitek Eclipse Keyboard
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Inside Mac Games is pleased to announce that our official review of Saitek's Eclipse gaming keyboard is up and ready for your reading enjoyment. Here's a clip from the review:
The Saitek Eclipse, like its larger cousin, the Eclipse II, features a standard 104-key layout that is enhanced by an adjustable backlight, a variable position wrist-rest, and a limited selection of media control keys. While the "flash factor" of this kind of keyboard is relatively low, one of the greatest advantages inherent to adhering to a well-known specification is that it makes the Eclipse one of the easiest to use peripherals that we've ever seen. In our tests with Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows Vista, even Vista had no trouble fully recognizing every button on the keyboard without driver support. In a world dominated by hardware and software that constantly requires and endless supply of bug fixes, patches, and firmware updates, the "zero-config" Eclipse hit us like a breath of fresh air.To check out the rest of the review, follow the link below.
IMG Review of the Saitek Eclipse
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