Gigabyte releases Force K85 gaming keyboard

Gigabyte releases Force K85 gaming keyboard

Gigabyte has expanded the list of existing gaming keyboards with the addition of one more member – the Force K85. The new keyboard comes with a specific style that emphasizes simplicity and efficiency. The Force K85 has all the standard keys found in any other keyboard, yet it is compact for a full-sized such device.

The new Gigabyte Force K85 measures 438 x 131 x 40 mm and weighs 1100 grams. The keyboard is LED-backlit and users can choose among 16.8 million colors. The switch manufacturer is unknown but Gigabyte claims that the Force K85 keys can sustain 70 million presses with no problems. In addition the Force K85 has non-slip rubber feet stands, on-the-fly multimedia keys, full-range anti-ghosting, a reduced key actuation distance of 2 mm, quick access hotkeys and more.

Gigabyte has, however, failed to provide information on the price of the Force K85 so if you are interested you must ask your local Gigabyte representative.

Source: Gigabyte

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