Ozone offers new gaming keyboard

Ozone offers new gaming keyboard

The maker of various gaming peripheral devices Ozone has announced the new Strike Battle gaming keyboard.

The new keyboard is a simple and ergonomic mechanic solution that boasts a small size. The keyboard includes red LED backlight keys and offers what seems to be the biggest Cherry MX key switches selection for users – you can have the keyboard with MX red, MX blue, MX black, MX brown, MX green, MX clear, and MX white keys. The keys have been engineered for extra longevity and Ozone says they can withstand 50 million keystrokes before giving up.

Being a gaming keyboard that must attract gamers the Ozone Strike Battle comes with numerous other options as well. The keyboard, which measures 34.59(H) x 351(L) x 123(W) mm includes up to 30 macros, a polling rate of 125 – 1000 Hz, keys effective time that ranges from 1 ms to 16 ms, support for up to 5 profiles, 64 KB of on-board memory, 1.5 meters of braided cable, a USB connection and more. There is a way to turn off the Windows key too.

The new Ozone keyboard should be available now. There’s no information on its price, though.

Source: Ozone

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