With excellent build quality and QX2 mechanical switches that I really grew to love, the M750 TKL is a great new entry from SteelSeries in a market that could certainly use more quality entries. The SteelSeries M750 TKL performed well in all scenarios, providing an excellent typing experience with its QX2 switches that sit underneath decent, if not remarkable, ABS key caps. The QX2 switches themselves provided smooth, linear response with a solid rebound on each key press. I didn’t have any issues with accidentally pressing keys and it took very little time to get completely used to typing on the M750 TKL. The slight upward slope of the M750 TKL with the stock feet is a bit too high for my liking, as I prefer my keyboard to be a bit more flat on the desk surface, but I got used to it and the keyboard felt comfortable during day to day use, even after hours of typing. The various RGB lighting effects available to be set on the SteelSeries M750 TKL were excellent and the Engine Apps like Audio Visualizer and Disord Integration really rounded out the overall package.
The SteelSeries M750 TKL comes in at a lower price point ($119.95 shipped) than the Corsair K65 RGB ($169) and Ducky One TKL RGB ($139), both excellent keyboards featuring RGB lighting and Cherry MX switches. Right now, for $115 you can also get the Logitech G Pro, which has a somewhat clunkier frame but still offers solid build quality and Romer-G switches, which I really like. The SteelSeries M750 TKL has solid build quality that compares well to the other keyboards I mentioned, with a solid aluminum top plate and decent laser etched ABS key caps. $120 isn’t cheap, especially for a TKL keyboard, but the SteelSeries M750 TKL’s $119.99 MSRP has it priced competitively with keyboards from other major manufacturers. In the short time the M750 TKL keyboard has been available, I have seen it has go on sale for $99 at the SteelSeries store, so users seeking additional value can wait for the next time it goes down in price.
The M750 TKL is a well-built, great looking TKL keyboard that ended up making a permanent home on my desk
I’ve had a lot of keyboards come across my desk over the years and the SteelSeries M750 TKL is one of my favorites in recent memory. It has a couple of letdowns in the form of odd design choices, like the awkward rubber feet and non-removable cable, but overall, the SteelSeries M750 TKL looks great and is a joy to use, especially in competitive gaming scenarios. The SteelSeries M750 TKL feels like a quality piece of hardware under your hands and instills confidence that it will last for years of competitive gaming, even with the occasional rage quit thrown its way.
Legit Bottom Line: The SteelSeries M750 TKL has solid build quality, Gateron-sourced QX2 mechanical switches and excellent RGB lighting integration. If you’re into PC gaming and want a stylish TKL keyboard that can handle some abuse, the SteelSeries M750 TKL is an excellent choice.