Sharkoon releases SharkZone MK80 RGB keyboard

Sharkoon releases SharkZone MK80 RGB keyboard

Sharkoon has introduced a new mechanical gaming keyboard that is known as SharkZone MK80 RGB. The keyboard features a 3-block layout and tons of features that will make using it a pleasure.

Unlike many other keyboards the SharkZone MK80 RGB uses switches from Kailh and not Cherry. They promise an average operating life cycle of at least 60 million clicks per key and there are three versions of them – brown, blue or red switches, with each one of them providing different characteristics. The Kailh Red has an operating force of 50g, a linear switch and undetectable switching point and click point. Here the distance to actuation point is 2 mm. The operating force for Kailh Brown is 45g, the switch is tactile, the switching point is detectable and the click point is undetectable. The distance to actuation point is also 2 mm. The Kailh Blue offers a precisely detectable click point with a detectable switching point plus tactile switch. The distance to actuation point is 1.9 mm; the operating force is 50g.

In addition to this the new Sharkoon SharkZone MK80 RGB keyboard has pre-programmed built-in lighting effects that can be activated via a simple shortcut, gaming software that allows users to program macros, save up to five individual game profiles and more. Key functions can also be freely programmed.

The SharkZone MK80 RGB keyboard is now available for EUR 139.90 in authorized retailers. The price is the same for the three versions of the keyboard – Blue, Red or Brown.

Source: Sharkoon

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