Gigabyte debuts Force K83 mechanical keyboard

Gigabyte debuts Force K83 mechanical keyboard

The famous Taiwanese hardware maker Gigabyte has announced the new Force K83 mechanical gaming keyboard to the world. The new gaming keyboard features Cherry MX switches for excellent durability and incredible tactile feedback as well as a classical profile and solid build quality for long gaming sessions.

The Cherry MX switches that the Force K83 offers can be had in blue or red colors. No matter the color, though, they provide optimized responsiveness and low resistance as well as an excellent lifespan of 50 million keystrokes so you can rest assured you will be gaming on this keyboard for years to come. Furthermore to enhance gameplay the Force K83 comes with anti-ghosting across the entire keyset (NKRO), which means you will be able to actuate multiple keystrokes simultaneously without any conflict since every command is registered and then executed. There’s a Win Lock key too, which will prevent accidental activation of the Windows Start function during gaming sessions. Force K83 also comes with a design that minimizes the risk of ruining the keyboard with accidental spills or by other similar means. In addition the keycaps are wear-resistant and feature laser etched key letters for prolonged and heavy use.

The new Gigabyte Force K83 keyboard comes with a 1.8 m cable and with support for Windows XP or newer. The keyboard is available in black only and measures 438 x 131 x 40 mm (L x W x H).

No word on pricing.

Source: Gigabyte

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