One variant of the Corsair K100 RGB gaming keyboard uses Corsair OPX opto-mechanical switches

One variant of the Corsair K100 RGB gaming keyboard uses Corsair OPX opto-mechanical switches
Focusing on computer game enthusiasts, Corsair has announced the release of the Corsair K100 RGB gaming keyboard, which the manufacturer itself has assigned the status of flagship.

According to Corsair, the new keyboard has "every detail built for speed," including Corsair's new Axon Hyper-Processing technology. Its essence is a survey with a frequency of 4000 Hz, which allows you to record keystrokes faster than on gaming keyboards with a frequency of 1000 Hz. Other advantages of the new product include a "refined" aluminum body, a multifunctional iCUE control wheel, 44-zone RGB LightEdge illumination and key caps made using double injection molding technology.

Corsair iCUE software allows you to program keys and work with macros. There are six dedicated keys for macros, which are also compatible with the Elgato Stream Deck software. In addition, the Corsair K100 RGB equipment includes a new multi-function iCUE control wheel, the purpose of which can also be programmed.

The keyboard is equipped with a pass-through USB port and 8 MB of internal memory, where you can save up to 200 settings profiles.

The picture is completed by a removable handstand made of memory foam material, covered with soft artificial leather and attached with a magnetic attachment.

The keyboard is available in two versions. One uses Cherry MX Speed Silver mechanical switches, while the other uses the new exclusive Corsair OPX opto-mechanical switches. Any of them costs $ 230. Sales have already started.
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