Steelseries Apex 300 Vs. Corsair K57 RGB Wireless

Apex 300 K57 RGB Wireless
Apex 300 K57 RGB Wireless
No. of Keys: 127110
No. of Macro Keys: 226
Media Keys: Dedicated
Palm Rest: NoYes, detachable
Profiles: Via Software
Memory Size: Yes, Size not stated
Connection: USBUSB, Wireless, Wired
Cord Length: 1.8m
Wireless: Corsair Slipstream, bluetooth, range up to 33ft (10m)
Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
Battery Life: Up to 35 hours with RGB backlighting or 175 hours with backlighting off
Key Switches: MembraneRubber Dome
Key Caps: 
USB Passthrough: NoNo
Audio Passthrough: NoNo
Anti-ghosting: 20 Key8-Key Selective (8KRO) with Anti-Ghosting
Software: SteelSeries Engine 3Corsair iCUE
Colour Options: Whiteper-key RGB
Lighting Effect: 8 levels of brightness
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 560 x 220 x 52 mm
Weight (grams): 1230 g0.95kg
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Apex 300

The Apex 300 by Steelseries is a Full sized keyboard with 127 keys, which uses Membrane switches. The Apex 300 keyboard uses a USB connection, with a 1.8m cable. It is supported by SteelSeries Engine 3 software. And has White backlighting with 8 levels of brightness effects. It weighs in at 1230 g, and is 560 x 220 x 52 mm [LxWxH].

K57 RGB Wireless

The K57 RGB Wireless by Corsair is a Full sized keyboard with 110 keys, which uses Rubber Dome switches. The keyboard has dedicated media keys. The K57 RGB Wireless keyboard uses a USB, Wireless, Wired connection. It is supported by Corsair iCUE software. And has per-key RGB backlighting. It weighs in at 0.95kg.