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Friday, 10 July 2009 12:42

OCZ Sabre hits stores

Written by Slobodan Simic

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It's not too expensive

OCZ's
Sabre OLED keyboard have appeared at Zipzoomfly and Newegg.com, with a rather decent price, at least when you consider the fact that you get a gaming keyboard that has nine fully programmable OLED keys.

As you all know, full OLED Optimus Maximus was something that every geek dreamed of, but the US $1,500 price tag was like a cold shower. We had same fears for the OCZ Sabre, but according to these US listings, Sabre is pretty affordable. It features 103 backlit, rubber coated keys, nine programmable OLED keys, 128MB of built-in memory for profile saving and some mean looking blue LED stripes on the sides.

Zipzoomfly.com lists the OCZ Sabre for US $135, but it is currently out of stock, while Newegg.com apparently has it available with a US $179 price tag. This is not as expensive as we thought, and some keyboards like Logitech G19 or Microsoft's Wireless Entertainment Desktop 800 will set you back well over US $200.

You can find the product page for OCZ's Sabre OLED keyboard here.

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