Ozone Unleash Latest Keyboards at Computex
Peter Donnell / 5 years ago
Ozone rocked up with some lovely peripherals today, showing off their RGB upgraded Strike Battle, now called the Strike Battle Spectra. It’s still the same keyboard we know and love, and one that I’ve used in the office for over a year now, with the zero bezel, ultra lightweight design, Cherry MX Switches, but of course, it’s now RGB and that’s no bad thing.
The Strikepro has been given the RGB treatment too, and it looks great against the hard wearing rubber coating, the built-in palm rest, and it’s well equipped for pro-gaming with on-board memory, macro keys, USB and audio pass-through.
The Strike X30 was still at prototype phase, but is expected to launch later this year. It features a LED back-lighting, fully mechanical keys, and all the other usual gaming perks we’ve come to expect these days.
However, it was one of the smaller innovations that I loved the most, as the key cap pullet can be stored directly on the keyboard. It’s not a big deal, but I really like this, as I’m always losing mine.