Corsair has his thinnest gaming keyboard ever announced: the K100 AIR. The keyboard can be used mechanically, wired or wirelessly, has RGB lighting and is only 11 millimeters thick at its thinnest point.
Corsairs K100 AIR keyboard.
The K100 AIR has Cherry MX Ultra Low Profile switches, which are already very thin with a total height of 3.5 millimeters. The keys all have their own RGB lighting; programmable in Corsair’s software along with the macro keys. The internal memory (8 MB) saves the settings on the keyboard itself.
Wired or wireless.
Connection is wireless, via bluetooth or Corsair’s own Sliptream Wireless, or wired, which polls the keyboard at 8,000 Hz. The battery lasts up to 50 hours with RGB lighting, and up to 200 hours without.
Corsair’s K100 AIR will be released on October 4 for an undisclosed price.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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