G.SKILL debuts Ripjaws KM780 series gaming keyboards

G.SKILL debuts Ripjaws KM780 series gaming keyboards

G.SKILL, a company, which we usually associate with high-speed computer memory, has announced the arrival of the new Ripjaws series KM780 RGB and KM780 MX mechanical gaming keyboards with Cherry key switches.

The inclusion of the Cherry RGB/MX key switches means that the new G.SKILL keyboard keys can last for up to 50 million keystrokes. The key switches, which are available in blue, red and brown are directly mounted through a solid 2 mm aluminum top plate, which means all keys are locked down for a solid typing experience.

The new keyboards offer specially designed dual-coat laser-etched gaming keycaps for customization of the most common gaming keys and there’s an attachable keycap case too, which helps in keeping keycaps and custom keycap tools in one place. There are backlit media control keys as well and a die-cast volume roller, an integrated digital LED volume display, on-the-fly macro recording, six additional macro keys, three hotkeys (Windows lock, brightness and timer), easy-access mode selection keys and a foldable mouse cable holder. All these features will help you to enjoy great gaming sessions with no problems at all.

The new keyboards by G.SKILL will be on the market in late September 2015 via worldwide authorized G.Skill distribution partners but if you do not want to wait that much you can get the Ripjaws KM780 RGB keyboard now online for USD 159.99. The same is true for the KM780 MX model, which costs USD 119.99.

Source: G.Skill

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