SUORA FX Continued
At the right end of the Suora FX, we see a mirror image of the frame at this end. We see more exposed switches above the top plate, and with the feet now extended, the angle of the keys has increased for easier access to them.
Usually, we do not show the back edge, but on the Suora FX, the name of the keyboard is printed on this end, and ROCCAT also went through the effort to print what it is you are looking at from behind.
The other end of the back edge is also adorned with text. The text here indicates the software that is used. If you are getting mesmerized by the lighting effects, this is what does it.
Under the Suora FX, we find the product sticker right in the middle, two pads are on the front edge, and also a pair at the back, just behind the adjustable feet. At the back edge, we find three routes the cable can be sent through, to help elevate messes on the desk.
The adjustable feet can be flipped out to add some height to the back of the keyboard. We can also see that the tips of the feet have a rubber pad on them, ensuring grip is not lost when in use.
The cable that comes out of the Suora FX is sleeved and is nearly two meters in length. The cable does pass through a ferrite choke before it terminates, and the connector has the ROCCAT name and logo on it, and the connection is plain, not gold plated.
PRICING: You can find the ROCCAT SUORA FX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The ROCCAT SUORA FX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard retails for $123 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The ROCCAT SUORA FX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard retails for £70 at Amazon UK.
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