Cooler Master announces the MasterKeys Pro L and M keyboards

Cooler Master announces the MasterKeys Pro L and M keyboards

Cooler Master has launched two new gaming keyboards called MasterKeys Pro M and MasterKeys Pro L. The keyboards pack various gaming features and of course they target gamers, but Cooler Master says they can also be used by casual users who just want some more comfort when typing.

Perhaps the main feature of the MasterKeys Pro M and MasterKeys Pro L keyboards is that they provide intelligent white LEDs with crisp and clear white light that RGB keyboards cannot deliver. In addition both models sport CHERRY MX switches.

“The MasterKeys Pro Intelligent White series offers two sizes of keyboards with brilliant crisp white illumination. Presets include Light Wave, Breathing, and unique responsive effects. The keyboard comes in a full keyboard or 90% design layout and both include CHERRY MX switches to match tactile preference. Plug and play, software-less design eliminates the hassle of installing software and all settings are adjustable via the On-the-fly System in a simple and user friendly manner.” said Kevin Yang who is Product Manager Peripherals at Cooler Master.

Users can adjust the brightness of the white light by pressing the FN + left/right arrow keys with the anti-clock wise icons. There’s a second way to do that – you can modify the light speed by pressing FN plus the top or down arrow keys with the speed icon and you do not need special software to perform these actions. Moreover the MasterKeys Pro M and MasterKeys Pro L keyboards support default and gaming profile modes. When working you can disable the gaming macros and lighting modes and when you want to game, you can simply enable the game profiles that you have saved. A really nice feature is that the MasterKeys Pro M and MasterKeys Pro L keyboards can correctly detect each key press no matter how many keys have been simultaneously pressed.

The two new Cooler Master keyboards will be on the market later this month. The MasterKeys Pro L will sell for EUR 119, while the MasterKeys Pro M will cost EUR 109.

Source: Cooler Master

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