Fnatic Gear Rush G1 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
The left side of the Rush G1 shows us the body line which separates the two-part frame. The lower section is made of textured plastic and has grooves to add some grip as well. The top half is rubberized and keeps the switches and LEDs out of view.
Looking at the primary section of keys, we find the Rush to have a typical QWERTY layout, and we also see red peeking out between each of the keycaps. The caps are slightly textured, but left in their natural state, with nothing fancy to mention as to its appearance or additional keys.
The F-keys do provide double duty, as we are given some of the multimedia keys. F1 mutes sounds, F2 lowers the volume, F3 raises the volume, and F4 is the play/pause key.
F5 and F6 will either go to the previous track or the next track respectively, which ends the multimedia segment of the keys. The F7 and F8 keys are used to swap profiles on-the-fly and are where profile one and two reside.
The last group of F-keys offers the profiles three, four, and five over the F9, F10, and F11 keys. On the F12 key, we see the Fnatic Gear logo, which indicates where to enable Fnatic Gear Mode. This works much like a Windows lock but also engages assigned buttons.
On the right end of the Rush G1, we find the command keys, the arrow keys, and a number pad under the company name and Lock LEDs. Along with the extra set of arrows offered on the number pad, we also see light icons on the number 2 and number 8 keys. These are used to adjust the LED intensity or put the Rush G12 into a pulsating LED display.
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