ADATA Introduces the XPG INFAREX K10 Gaming Keyboard
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
New Mem-Chanical Keyboard from ADATA
Seven months ago ADATA launched their XPG INFAREX K20 gaming keyboard. Now they are following it up the new XPG INFAREX K10. As you might have inferred from the name, the INFAREX K10 is a tier lower than the INFAREX K20. That is because it uses mem-chanical switches instead of Kailh “blue” mechanical switches. So it is essentially a membrane-mechanical hybrid.
It also features RGB backlight, but instead of per-key, it has 9 lighting effect presets.This includes Flowing Light, Multicolor Breathing, Seven-Color Cycle Flickering, Switchable Static, Six-Color Cycle Breathing, Red and White Breathing Cycle, Red and White Cycle Flickering, White Static, and White Breathing.
Like any worthy gaming keyboard, the XPG INFAREX K10 has some anti-ghosting capability. Which means users will not see any phantom inputs they did not press when holding down mutiple buttons. Since it is not a mechanical keyboard however, it does not get a full-coverage anti-ghosting. Instead it has a 26-key anti-ghosting/roll-over limitation.
Otherwise, it has the same 104-key layout as the K20. It even has the same use of the Fn combo keys for additional features.
How Much is the ADATA XPG INFAREX K10 Gaming Keyboard?
ADATA did not reveal any official pricing information at this time. However, this article will be updated once that information is available.