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Corsair comes with mechanical gaming keyboard Cherry MX Red switches
Corsair shows at Computex a mechanical keyboard for gamers with Cherry MX switches and red lights. Users can set up lighting effects and macros, which can then be stored on the internal memory. The input device comes out this month.
The Strafe keyboard features Cherry MX Red mechanical or Cherry MX Brown switches. The keyboard measuring 44.8 x 17 x 4 cm; the weight is 1272g. At the rear is a USB pass-through port. According to Corsair, all 104 keys of the keyboard are pressed without producing ghosting. The manufacturer supplies special versions of the keys w, a, s and d with. Which are provided with an additional layer of rubber increased, because those keys are often used when playing games. Also, the space bar is provided with a particular surface.
All buttons on the keypad are illuminated red; also sit on the side two LED strips with the same color. The Corsair Utility Engine software illuminate the keyboard can be configured to your taste. For each key lighting can be individually enabled or disabled; Users can also choose from six types of pre-programmed lighting effects. Unlike last year announced K70 and K95 RGB RGB illumination color can not be adjusted. CUE can also be programmed macros. The settings can be stored in the keyboard built-in memory; lighting effects can also be shared with other users.
The keyboard needs this month are still in stores. The MSRP of the input device is in the US $ 110 converted 100 euros. What key here will cost is not yet known. Corsair gives two years warranty on the device.Viewing:-172
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