G.SKILL Reveals A New Mechanical Keyboard Lineup

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅15.09.2015 13:06:02
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15th September 2015 - G.SKILL is excited to announce availability of our new Cherry RGB/MX mechanical gaming keyboards. The RIPJAWS series KM780 RGB and KM780 MX mechanical gaming keyboards have Cherry key switches.

The new G.SKILL RIPJAWS series mechanical keyboards are built only with genuine Cherry RGB/MX key switches, providing 50 million keystroke durability in red, brown, and blue. Functionally designed with the key switches mounted directly through a solid 2mm aluminum top plate, each key is effectively locked down for a solid typing experience.

Specially designed dual-coat laser etched gaming keycaps allow customization for your most common gaming keys, for fast tactile recognition without looking away from your game. An attachable keycap case is also included to keep your keycaps and custom keycap tool in one place.Complete with backlit media control buttons, a die-cast volume roller, and an integrated digital LED volume display, media control is now more convenient than ever.



Packed with on-the-fly macro recording, 6 additional macro keys, 3 hotkeys (Windows lock, brightness, and timer), and easy-access mode selection keys, you can customize and switch your keyboard layouts for swift responses and immediate access to the actions you need, right at your fingertips. Don’t let your mouse cable get in the way of gaming; prevent snagged cables with the foldable mouse cable holder.

The new G.SKILL RIPJAWS series mechanical gaming keyboards will begin rolling out starting from late September 2015 via authorized G.SKILL authorized worldwide distribution partners. Both RIPJAWS KM780 RGB and KM780 MX are already available on Newegg.com at $159.99 and $119.99, respectively. Cherry Red and Browns will be initially available, while Cherry Blue will be available at a later date.

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