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A powerful keyboard for serious gamers. The Microsoft SideWinder X4 Keyboard has all the core must-haves for serious gamers, including industry-leading anti-ghosting, a first-ever Repetitive Macro key, in-game macro recording, a full media key set, automatic and manual mode/profile switching, adjustable backlighting for playing in dim conditions, and more. Plus, at the touch of a button, this customizable keyboard-the latest in the award-winning Microsoft SideWinder line-doubles as a high-performance keyboard for everyday computing.
Show it off - complement your style.
A perfect fit wherever you use it - here, there, anywhere.
The keyboard detects the application you are running and applies your custom profile to the application.
Switch among three banks of six programmable macro keys to assign up to 18 macros per profile.
Record a sequence of keystrokes. Macros are stored on your hard drive and can be easily shared.
Set your macros to repeat.
Access Play/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, and Mute.
I have two of these and have used them for 2 years. I first got one for home and seemed to like it. The layout took some effort to get used to and I switched the work keyboard as... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Denis Berger
I love this keyboard. It is easy to use and I really like the red lights. Perfect for my gaming needs.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
The keyboard itself bit strange becouse of the different layout.I used a Steelseries G2 before.Published 1 month ago by Kovacs Bendeguz
I really like this keyboard for many reasons and am very happy for what I got for the price!
Pros: Nice design(fits my hands nice), Media keys work with Winamp, Nice... Read more
I'm big into online gaming and always play in a dark room with all the lights out, first i thought it's not gonna be good cause all my previous keyboards had blue light but the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bea passon