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G.SKILL Ripjaws KM780 RGB and KM780 MX gaming keyboards pictured

TweakTown captures some images of G.SKILL's shiny new gaming keyboards

Michael Hatamoto | Jun 3, 2015 at 2:39 am CDT (0 mins, 41 secs time to read)

Computex 2015 - After first reporting about the G.SKILL Ripjaws gaming keyboards, TweakTown got up close and personal with the new gaming peripherals.

Here is the G.SKILL Ripjaws KM780 RGB up close:

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The keyboard has two different light colors, and the keyboard has been designed with durability and practicality in mind while providing an enhanced gaming experience.

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The Ripjaws KM780 has Cherry MX Red and Brown key switches, and should be good for 50 million key presses.

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Here are images of the KM780 MX keyboard:

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Gamers will be able to take their personal profiles with them, as it's possible to store settings using the onboard memory.

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Each hotkey can save lighting patterns, macro setup, timer setting, key delay and repeat rate, polling rate, and other settings.

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Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 08:34 pm CDT

NEWS SOURCE:gskill.com
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