GIGABYTE releases its own minimalistic Cherry MX mechanical board

GIGABYTE changes up its mechanical game, releases a minimalistic Cherry MX red and blue mechanical keyboard.

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Published Tue, Sep 15 2015 4:29 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:04 PM CST

With GIGABYTE's Aurous set to only release top-tier high-end peripherals, GIGABYTE has pushed out another mechanical keyboard of its own brand. In the past, GIGABYTE boards have often been a 'love or hate' design, straying from the 'norm' by creating products with interesting angles and blocky exteriors a little different to most.

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In a change of heart, GIGABYTE has released this super-minimalist mechanical board, called the FORCE K83. Released with Cherry MX Red or Blue keys and rated up to 50 million keystrokes, this keyboard does away will all optional extras - aiming to provide a 'no frills' experience to the consumer.

Providing what GIGABYTE claims in a recently published press release to be a "modern, clean look," the 'island-style layout' of this product is said to help reduce issues with dropped crumbs or drink spills, paired with laser etched keys to ensure longevity.

More information on this keyboard can be found on the official product page.

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