Raptor Gaming presents LK1 and K3 keyboards

German gaming peripheral maker Raptor Gaming reveals two new keyboards – a budget friendly entry-level LK1 keyboard and a high-end model called K3.

Announced as ideal for FPS, RTS, RPG and MMO gaming, the K3’s features features set includes smooth black coating, removable palm rest, anti-ghosting technology along with Fast-Mover technology which allows blocking of individual keys, 17 exchangeable keys, 10 programmable Macro-Keys and 10 Multimedia hot-keys. It offers USB connectivity and will be available in February 2011 priced at €79.90.

Raptor Gaming K3 keyboard

The affordable model from Raptor Gaming’s L-Series, the LK1 is also packed with Fast-Mover-Technology and anti-ghosting capabilities, enabling up to 6 buttons to be pressed at the same time, plus water resistant surface and exchangeable arrow and W,S,A, D keys. It comes with a 3-meter USB cable and is set to ship in February 2011 for €19.90.

Raptor Gaming LK1 keyboard

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