Gears Of Cyber-War: Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
By Branko Miletic
- Allows you to press six keys simultaneously
- 18K gold plated USB connector
- Anti-slip and ergonomic design
For all the veterans and regular warriors that battle it out to the virtual death on the cyber-frontlines, CoolerMaster has released the Trigger mechanical gaming keyboard.
It is designed to deliver an endless hail of destruction with the ability to press up to six keys simultaneously and use five programmable macro keys with profile management. This means you and your online Delta force will reduce transport and redeployment times by storing profiles and key assignments with the 64KB of on-board memory.
According to the company, by using the detachable wrist rest and non-slip rubber coating will assist in helping to prevent and minimise any repetitive strain pains by providing proper support for wrists and by reducing unwanted keyboard movements or slides. Underneath the Trigger there are six anti-slip rubberised feet and two stands that uses the same anti-slip coating.
With an 18K gold plated low latency USB connector, an integrated two port USB 2.0 hub, Storm tactics key for deactivation of Windows key and a high-grade braided cable ensures that the keyboard and connected peripherals maintain a solid link to the PC and your chosen combat zone.
The Trigger mechanical gaming keyboard also comes with a full featured arsenal with a selection of cherry MX black, blue, brown, or red switches.
The other features of the Trigger mechanical keyboard include Backlighting for all keys and dimensions of 475 mm (L) x162 mm(W) x 25 mm (H).