Circle Gaming Adroit X7C Review

June 9, 2016 — by Abhijit "BabuMoshaaye" Dey3



Circle Gaming Adroit X7C Review

June 9, 2016 — by Abhijit "BabuMoshaaye" Dey3

When you can’t afford a gaming mechanical keyboard

Circle Gaming Adroit X7C follows a hybrid design to ensure a considerable key travel and a mechanical feel to it. The design has a generic approach, making it reminiscent of other hybrid keyboards. The keyboard material has a matte soft-touch finish so it’s not susceptible to fingerprints. It has six multimedia keys at the top which is really helpful but no macro keys. You can remove the keycaps, for cleaning purposes, but expect considerable resistance every time. The typing experience is indeed close to mechanical keyboards minus the satisfying click and short key travel.


The most exciting feature about the Circle Gaming Adroit X7C is its seven colour backlit mode supporting three levels of brightness and a breathing transition mode. The lighting doesn’t need a software and it can be controlled from the keyboard itself using the dedicated button that lets you shift through the seven colours and toggle between the breathing and lit colour mode. Due to the white surface below the keys, the LED light look brighter, something followed in the Corsair STRAFE RGB. The Circle Gaming Adroit X7C also features 19 key anti-ghost which means that the keyboard will be able to register up to 19 specified key presses simultaneously.


Playing FPS games was a breeze with all key clicks registering, no matter how quick we kept hitting the keys.  Overall, we think the Circle Gaming Adroit X7C is suited for both gaming and typing, selling for a good price. The rubber feet at the bottom don’t offer much resistance and the keyboard tends to move forward with pressure on the wrist rest. Both the gaming and typing experience on the keyboard is satisfactory since it sits right in the middle of a mechanical keyboard and a membrane keyboard. If you’re on a tight budget and want to pick up a fancy keyboard with hybrid keys then you could pick up the Adroit X7C selling at around Rs. 3000.



Size: Standard, Numpad included
Keyboard backlighting: Seven colour LED
Switch type: Hybrid keyboard
Key-rollover: 19-key

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Abhijit "BabuMoshaaye" Dey

This ape-descended life form believed that coming down from the trees was a bad idea until he was introduced to video games. Has spent endless hours playing Prince of Persia, Hitman, Assassin's Creed, Unreal Tournament, Half-Life and Left 4 Dead. This makes it three sentences, Half-Life 3 confirmed.


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