Aug. 15, 2012 at 3:28 PM ET
As the hardest of the hardcore gamers will gladly tell you, real gamers play on the PC. And one company thinks it knows what real PC gamers want — a futuristic keyboard that looks like it could control NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars.
At the Gamescom gaming convention in Germany Wednesday, Mad Catz revealed its shape-shifting S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 gaming keyboard and it is ... just ... wow.
The keyboard comes with a full metal chassis, a touch-screen interface component and a modular design that lets you shuffles its five separate pieces about however you like.
Here, check out this video look at the keyboard and then ask yourself if you're ready to pay $300 for this baby.
Winda Benedetti writes about video games for NBC News. You can follow her tweets about games and other things on Twitter here @WindaBenedetti and you can follow her on Google+. Meanwhile, be sure to check out the IN-GAME FACEBOOK PAGE to discuss the day's gaming news and reviews.