EpicGear presents Defiant gaming keyboard

EpicGear presents Defiant gaming keyboard

The company EpicGear, which is owned by GeIL and manufactures gaming peripherals, has announced the Defiant gaming keyboard. The Defiant may seem just like any other gaming keyboard but in fact it is much more thanks to a unique feature that allows users to unplug and then replace any switch the keyboard comes with in case the switch has failed. In addition to this the Defiant allows its owners to unplug, then clean and then plug back in all the keys that it has.

This can be done thanks to the EpicGear Modular-Matrix Structure (EG MMS) that the Defiant features. This technology divides the keyboard into three parts, called modules. Each part comes with switches with different colors. The EG Grey switches are linear, while the EG Orange and EG Purple are tactile and click tactile, respectively. Each switch type has been optimized for certain activities so the Defiant clearly wants you to have the best of all worlds. Thanks to the modular design the Defiant can be used with other modules as well and this depends on the user only. Being LED backlit, the Defiant has a special key that controls the switch brightness. There’s a volume key as well.

The Defiant will be on the market in April of this year. The keyboard will sell for USD 89.

Source: EpicGear

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