i-Rocks Announces K70E RGB Wired Capacitive Keyboard
Ashley Allen / 3 years ago
Taiwanese peripheral maker i-Rocks is releasing a new high-end capacitive switch keyboard. Of course, the keyboard is overladen with RGB LEDs, for when the act of typing is just not colourful enough. More usefully, though, the K70E features non-contact electro capacitive technology and comes in two actuation force options of 45g or 60g. The customisable keyboard also sports MX-compatible double shot keycaps and uses onboard memory to support macro recording.
Switchable actuation depths
“With i-Rocks designed capacitive switches, switching actuation depths between 2 levels is possible. Easily switch between 1.4mm depth for faster key response when gaming, and 2.2 mm for precision input.”
Designed with keycap compatibility in mind
“K70E RGB ships with redesigned double shot keycaps for optimized light effect. For keyboard enthusiasts, K70E RGB also has built-in MX compatible stems to ensure maximum third party MX keycap compatibility.”
Highly customizable appearance
“For ultimate customization, K70E RGB has two different types of user swappable top panel. With clear top panel, it’s possible to print your very own designed cover; with optional building block top panel, users can build their own creative world by placing compatible building blocks on top of the panel. For illumination, K70E RGB is fully software configurable, supporting backlight effects and has up to 16.8 million color options each key.”
Superior gaming features
“With powerful onboard memory and processor, K70E RGB includes a dedicated G-mode gaming profile for quickly switching between gaming and working, a macro recording system for easier command access, and is capable of storing backlight settings on the go. Anti-ghosting, 30-key rollover support allows K70E RGB to correctly detect and execute every command in gaming sessions.”
Price and Availability
The K70E RGB Wired Capacitive Keyboard will be available in White or Black, and in 60g or 45g editions. Of course, all four variants are priced $149.99. However, i-Rocks is yet to reveal a release date.