CHERRY, specialist in computer input devices, is presenting the MX Board 6.0, the world’s most responsive performance keyboard for enthusiasts. The keyboard combines the latest RealKey-technology for analog signal processing with the proven and precise MX-switches for uncompromised performance. With this flagship model, CHERRY aims for an absolute puristic design of the highest quality.
There are a few ASUS products available in other territories that will see a US launch in 2015. Strix Tactic Pro is a mechanical keyboard available in all flavors of Cherry MX switches (red, brown, blue). Strix Tactic Claw is a 5000dpi gaming mouse geared towards FPS players.
QPAD has just announced a brand new gaming keyboard, the MK-70. The MK-70 is more or less an upgraded version of QPAD’s MK-50 that features Cherry MX key switches and blue back-lighting. QPAD is looking to give gamers the best bang for their buch with the MK-70.
Back in December we announced that Corsair and Cherry were partnering to bring the first Cherry MX RGB gaming keyboards to the US. If you didn’t know Cherry MX RGB key switches have individual RGB lighting on each key switch. This means that you can program each key to be whatever color you wish. This will give users the ability to program in some really cool designs.
Cherry has teamed up with Corsair to bring the first Cherry MX RGB keyboards to gamers in 2014! We all know that Corsair has been pretty dominate with their line of mechanical keyboard so we are expecting these new keyboards to be pretty awesome.
It seems everyone has a gaming keyboard now and Cooler Master has quite a few in their CM Storm line of gaming products. Today we are unboxing the Quick Fire Pro, which is a mechanical gaming keyboard. This keyboard features the Cherry MX mechanical key switches, full NKRO support via USB, multimedia shortcut keys, and it is partially backlit with red LED lights. Is this your next gaming keyboard? Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!