High performance memory specialists G.Skill have decided to branch out beyond the memory and storage market with a range of very different products targeting PC gamers. During Computex 2015, the company proudly began showing off its upcoming mechanical gaming keyboards along with its first gaming mouse and headset. Now, three months later, we're ready to test the KM780 RGB ($190) mechanical keyboard and MX780 RGB ($80) gaming mouse.
The keyboard is built for durability and practicality, but also includes gaming-orientated features such as three mode hotkeys, six dedicated macro keys and lighting patterns. The onboard memory and software let you adjust per-key lighting, macro setup, timer setting, key delay and repeat rate, polling rate and various other settings. Meanwhile, the MX780 RGB features a height-adjustable palm rest, interchangeable side grips and gaming-grade PTFE glide pads on the underside. From their name, you could guess that both offer RGB LED lighting.
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