2 Table of contents 1. Features (keyboard) 3 2. Features (software) 3 3. Specifications (keyboard) 3 4. Package contents 3 5. The keyboard at a glance 4 6. Connecting to the PC 4 7. Installing the software 4 8. The configurator Starting the configurator Main window Programming the keys Button assignment Macro manager Mouse functions Internet functions Office functions Media functions dditional commands Profile switch dditional functions The layers The profiles The dvanced menu 11 Dear customer! Congratulations for purchasing one premium quality SHRKOON product. For a long life time and to take full advantage of this product we recommend that you read this manual completely. Have a good time with our product! SHRKOON Technologies skiller 2
3 1. Features (keyboard) 3-block standard gaming keyboard 20 additional multimedia keys 8 swappable gaming keys dditional customization software Supported operating systems: Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 and 64 bit) Connection Cable length Multi-Key Rollover Dimensions (LxWxH) Weight 2. Features (software) USB 150 cm Max. 18 keys 485x212x25 mm 764 g Special customization software for games and other applications (e.g. Photoshop, Windows, browser etc.) 18-Key Rollover support Fully programmable keys Supports 10 different profiles with 3 layers each Programmable keys can record: macros, macro loops, media functions, internet functions, keystrokes, mouse functions, delay time etc. 3. Specifications (keyboard) Input power (DC) Operating life cycles of keys Operating temperature Storage temperature 5 V 10 million 0 C ~ +50 C -22 C ~ +65 C 4. Package contents Skiller Gaming and multimedia keyboard 8 additional rubberized gaming keys CD with customization software and PDF manual Note: If you are missing any of the items listed above, please contact our customer service immediately: (Germany and Europe) (international). skiller 3
4 5. The keyboard at a glance B C D Multimedia keys B English or German keyboard layout C Illuminated logo D Palm rest 6. Connecting to the PC 1. Plug the keyboard s USB connector into an available USB port on your PC. 2. The operating system will automatically recognize the keyboard and install all needed drivers. 3. If your keyboard is not recognized, disconnect it and try another USB port on your PC. 7. Installing the software 1. Before installing the included software, remove all other installed keyboard software from your system. 2. Put the included Tools CD into your CD/DVD drive. 3. Open the CD/DVD drive s folder (e.g. D:). 4. Open the folder SHRKOON Skiller. 5. Start Skiller.exe and follow the instructions of the installation wizard. 6. fter completing the installation process the following icon will appear on your desktop and in the task bar: 7. Double click (left mouse button) this icon, to start the program. skiller 4
5 8. The configurator 8.1 Starting the configurator Start the application by double-clicking the actual icon on your desktop or via the respective symbol in the task bar. 8.2 Main window E B D C F The Skiller provides three different layers per key (see 8.4). B Every single key on the keyboard can be individually programmed (see 8.3). C Via this button the current layer can be reset to factory default. D Profiles: The Skiller can be assigned up to ten different profiles. With every different program/ application an individual keyboard layout can be configured (see 8.5). E Invokes the dvanced menu (see 8.6). F OK transfers the settings to the keyboard and closes the window; Cancel discards the settings; pply transfers the settings to the keyboard, and leaves the window open. skiller 5
6 8.3 Programming the keys Every single key of the keyboard can be programmed individually, please proceed as follows: 1. Select the key you wish to program by left-clicking it in the configurator with the mouse. The following dropdown menu will open up: B C D E F G H I J K ssigns the key as another key (8.3.1). B ssigns the key a macro (see 8.3.2). C ssigns the key a mouse function (8.3.3). D ssigns the key an Internet function (8.3.4). E ssigns the key an Office function (8.3.5). F ssigns the key a Media function (8.3.6). G ssigns the key additional commands (8.3.7). H Defines the key as switch between different profiles (8.3.8). I Runs a program (8.3.9). J Discards already assigned functions. K Deactivates the key. 2. Select the desired function. 3. The function will be assigned to a key. 4. The programmed key will be highlighted in white: Button assignment Each key can be assigned any other key function using the configurator: 1. Select Single key from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Press the key, which will then be assigned to the selected key. 3. Click OK to confirm your selection or Cancel to discard it. skiller 6
7 8.3.2 Macro manager Each key can be assigned a macro using the configurator: 1. Select Macro from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Define the macro. 3. Click OK to confirm your selection or Cancel to discard it Mouse functions Each key can be assigned a mouse function using the configurator: 1. Select Mouse Button from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired mouse button/function, which shall be assigned to the selected key. 3. Click OK to confirm your selection or Cancel to discard it. skiller 7
8 8.3.4 Internet functions Each key can be assigned an Internet function using the configurator: 1. Select Internet Hot Keys from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired Internet function Office functions Each key can be assigned an Office function using the configurator: 1. Select Office Hot Keys from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired Office function. skiller 8
9 8.3.6 Media functions Each key can be assigned a media function using the configurator: 1. Select Media Hot Keys from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired media function dditional commands Each key can be assigned an additional command using the configurator: 1. Select dditional Commands from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired command. skiller 9
10 8.3.8 Profile switch Each key can be defined as switch between the single profiles: 1. Select Profile Switch from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Select the desired profile and layer, which will be activated after pressing the key, using the arrow buttons. Click inside the check box in front of On Screen Display (OSD), the OSD will be displayed on the screen. 3. Click OK to confirm your selection or Cancel to discard it dditional functions Each key can be defined as switch between the single profiles: 1. Select Profile Switch from the dropdown menu (see 8.3). The following window will appear: 2. Enter the program name under Shortcut Name. 3. Browse to select the desired, installed program. 4. Click OK to confirm your selection or Cancel to discard it. skiller 10
11 8.4 The layers Each key can be assigned three layers. These layers are independent from each other, so that different functions can be defined for each layer. 8.5 The profiles The keyboard supports up to ten different profiles. Thus for different programs/applications different key functions can be defined and saved as profile. 8.6 The dvanced menu Via the dvanced menu further functions can be configured. B C Selection of the key combination, which is used to toggle through the media players listed under B. B List of media programs, the configurator supports (Windows Media Player, itunes, Real Player, Winamp). C Software update. skiller 11
12 Legal disclaimer For potential loss of data, especially due to inappropriate handling, SHRKOON assumes no liability. ll named products and descriptions are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers and are accepted as protected. s a continuing policy of product improvement at SHRKOON, the design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. National product specifications may vary. The legal rights of the enclosed software belong to the respective owner. Please observe the license terms of the manufacturer before using the software. ll rights reserved especially (also in extracts) for translation, reprinting, reproduction by copying or other technical means. Infringements will lead to compensation. ll rights reserved especially in case of assignation of patent or utility patent. Means of delivery and technical modifications reserved. Disposal of your old product Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. Please be informed about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products. Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health. SHRKOON Technologies 2012 Sharkoon Technologies GmbH Siemensstraße 38 D Linden Germany Like&share us on Facebook Check our product videos on Youtube skiller 12
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