New Kagemusha 3 keyboard from Scythe
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
Although better known for their expertise in cooling Scythe do produce peripherals from time to time. The Kagemusha 3 is the latest addition to Scythe’s keyboard range, which will initially start selling in Japan as of August so still quite a wait ahead. The keyboard will come in at an introductory price of about $32 which is certainly not too bad for a quality Scythe product. Some of the features can be seen below:
The keyboard connects to the system over USB, and packs a USB hub. It is a common-membrane type keyboard, with LED illumination for the keys. This particular model features orange and blue color LEDs, which can be switched between, brightness adjusted, or turned off altogether. It features a standard QWERTY+Japanese layout with 109 keys in all. Its key pitch is 19 mm, and stroke (travel) is 4 mm ±0.5 mm. The keyboard measures 467 x 174 x 24 mm (WxDxH), its height can be raised to 37 mm with its stand. It weighs about 775 g.
Source: Hermitage Akihabara