If you have got a limited desk space or need some more space for your mouse and are actively looking for a new compact keyboard then we have got something for you. G.Skill is launching a new compact mechanical keyboard, the Ripjaws KM560 MX.
The Ripjaws KM560 MX is a tenkeyless keyboard that comes under 3.5 inches length. Unlike the G.Skill’s KM570 series, the KM560 MX sacrifices the number keys for the smaller form factor.
It features mechanical Cherry MX switches and it will be available with Cherry MX Red, Brown, and Blue switch options. The keys are fully programmable and it has a 32-bit ARM processor inside for on-the-fly macro recording.
The keys are LED backlighted with the ON, OFF, and ‘Breathing’ options. It also has an N-key rollover feature which means that each key is scanned independently by the keyboard hardware so that each keypress is correctly detected. Other key features include anti-ghosting technology, ability to disable the Windows key, and built-in media controls.
Ripjaws KM560 MX is currently available for the Asian consumers with the worldwide launch expected in the last quarter.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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