Adesso unveils EasyTouch 635 gaming keyboard

Adesso unveils EasyTouch 635 gaming keyboard

The world of gaming keyboards has gotten a new member thanks to the computer input peripherals maker Adesso, which has unveiled the new EasyTouch 635 gaming keyboard. While the new company product may not be the greatest gaming keyboard there is, it packs a number of nice features that will be appreciated by any gamer out there.

Before we move to the tech specs we have to say that the keyboard is also known as AKB-635UB. This piece of hardware happens to be a full size mechanical keyboard with gaming features given its nature and it offers a lot of durability – the keys used are designed to last up to 50 million key strokes. The keys are also designed to provide accuracy, productivity and efficiency and allow the user to press up to six keys at the same time thanks to the implemented N-Key Rollover function. Users can also disable the Windows key, which means they will never hit it during gameplay only to see the game minimized in the Windows taskbar. The keyboard also provides hot keys for quick access to Media Player controls, volume control, stop, pause, mute and other functions as well as an adjustable USB cable that allows the user to reroute the cable to the front or either side of the keyboard, which saves desktop space. Speaking of it, the keyboard measures 440 x 135 x 38 mm and weighs 2.7 pounds (1.23 kg). The device is fully compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.

The new Adesso EasyTouch 635 gaming keyboard is available now for USD 99.99.

Source: Adesso

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