The SteelSeries Apex 5 actually falls right into place. The Pro and 7 are the more high-end keyboards. The 3 is the entry-level and Apex 5 is the 'bigger' brother on that. The SteelSeries Apex 5 is equipped with hybrid mechanical/membrane switches. What that means, you can read about it here!
The Steelseries Apex 7 TKL is the cheaper version of the Apex Pro TKL. The Pro is a keyboard where the pressure sensitivity could be adjusted (even per key). The Apex 7 does have the same layout and even the same LCD display. How do I like this keyboard? I'll figure it out!
Gaming mice, is it worth investing in? Why is an 'Action' mouse of 20 euros not enough to achieve the maximum result as a competitive gamer? Today there is a pretty saturated market with mice. Logitech, Roccat, Razer, and the like are among the top gaming mice. SteelSeries also belongs in this list, and they prove it again with the Rival 650 Wireless.
Gaming mice, is it worth the investment? Why isn’t a mouse worth a few bucks from a bargain box enough to be competitive as a gamer? Currently the market of gaming mice is quite saturated. Logitech, Roccat, Razer stand on top of the hill when it comes to it. Including SteelSeries, and they prove that once again with the Rival 5.