G.SKILL introduces RipJaws KM780R keyboards

G.SKILL introduces RipJaws KM780R keyboards

The Taiwanese company G.SKILL has introduced two new products but they are not memory sticks this time – instead we will enjoy two new G.SKILL gaming keyboards. They are called RipJaws KM780R RGB and KM780R MX and feature mechanical keys while serving as an expansion of the existing KM780 series gaming keyboard.

The new KM780R models come with the same build and design as the original KM780 but cut down on the gaming keycaps, the puller tool and the keycap box. The end result is a lower price that will appeal to many gamers across the globe. Despite this the keyboards come with highly responsible and extremely durable Cherry MX key switches rated for 50 million key presses without losing the same mechanical level, a military-grade aluminum plate in a brushed black anodized finish and a full line of extra macro keys, onboard keyboard profiles and media control keys with a digital LED volume display. Both the KM780R RGB and KM780R MX models will be available in three Cherry MX colors – brown, red and blue.

The new G.SKILL gaming keyboards are now available online where they sell for USD 159.99 (KM780R RGB) and USD 119.99 (KM780R MX), which makes both of them USD 10 cheaper than the older KM780 models with the same features.

Source: G.SKILL

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