EASARS announces Flare RGB mechanical keyboard

EASARS announces Flare RGB mechanical keyboard

The global supplier of eSports gaming hardware EASARS has announced the new Flare gaming keyboard with full RGB lighting. The keyboard packs some impressive specs – it has a 32-bit ARM CPU inside, 512 KB of flash memory, 1000 Hz of polling rate, backlit keys with 16 million colors to choose from, a gold plated USB plug and mechanical switches that can survive 50 million pushes.

The Flare also comes with a lightweight design and has a 2-area layout that makes it easy to carry the keyboard to gaming events. The keyboard allows users to employ customized programming settings that can be freely controlled and you can even remap all standard keys in the AP software. The user can set the right “Windows key” into “Layer switch key”, which allows the user to switch between the standard layer and extended layer within a profile. In the standard layer mode: all keys work with the standard functions. In the extended layer mode: all keys can allow multiple functions to be assigned. With the “Profile switch” status color indicator and sound feedback are adjustable. The backlight blinks blue twice and the AP shows “Profile one”, “Profile two”, “Profile three”, “Profile four” and “Profile five” for the changing to a specified profile. The 512 KB of memory also allows users to configure profiles and save up to 5 of them onto the internal flash memory.

There’s no information how much the new EASARS Flare RGB keyboard costs.

Source: EASARS

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