Result: A Low Priced Alternative
The inexpensive gaming keyboard from Sharkoon surprised us positively in the test. It doesn’t have to hide behind more expensive mechanical keyboards. However, the opportunities it offers will not be enough for demanding players. The soft, low-noise keystroke is less precise than the clearly defined mechanical keyboards. The RGB options are also lagging behind.
But hobby gamers can be quite happy with this model. The less precise keystroke is very pleasant and could even be perceived as advantageous. The keyboard’s adjustment options are very comprehensive and the design is typical of a gaming keyboard.
Rather mediocre materials, a rather small palm rest and the weaknesses of the six-zone lighting have to be accepted in any case. For hobby gamers we can recommend the Sharkoon SGK4. The price-performance ratio is great. Professionals and more demanding gamers, however, should rather use a mechanical keyboard.