Roccat Suora FX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Peter Donnell / 7 months ago
Roccat is one of the coolest names in the peripherals market, having created many truly fantastic headsets, keyboards and mice over the years. Now they’re back again with their slick new Suora FX gaming keyboard, which packs in mechanical switches, RGB lighting, macro engine, and all the other usual high-end thrills you would expect from a competitive gaming keyboard.
“The Suora FX is unmistakably the mechanical keyboard of choice for gaming purists. It boasts a frameless design, the result of which is a pure and efficient keyboard for gamers who like to plug and play right from the box. Its philosophy is raw and undiluted performance, which is exactly what gamers get thanks to its robust, compact build. Built with a durable aluminum-alloy housing, its features include solid mechanical keys with a 50 million keystroke lifecycle plus a comprehensive 16.8m illumination system, and much more. The Suora FX is the mechanical keyboard that gives you raw power, unchained.”
With a frameless chassis design, durable build quality, a stylish design, 16.8 million colour RGB lighting, 1ms polling rate, and much more, the Suora FX certainly ticks all the right boxes, so let’s jump right in and take a closer look at what it has to offer!
“The Suora FX features a unique build in that its design is entirely frameless. No palm rest, no thick border and no thumb keys – just high-quality, durable mechanical keys mounted on a durable plate. This raw design lets you get closer in touch with the action, for lightning-fast and distraction-free gameplay. While your enemies are tying their fingers in a knot while they’re lost in a sea of keys, you’ll be one step ahead with your instinctive control.”Advanced anti-ghosting with N-key rollover
- 1000Hz polling rate
- 50 million keystroke lifecycle
- Multimedia functions
- 6 programmable macro keys
Packaging and Accessories
The Suora comes in a very colourful box, showing off the cool RGB lighting on the front, as well as the language layout, and switch type; UK and Brown switches for us!
Around the back, a few more details broken down into international languages, detailing the RGB lighting, frameless design, game mode, etc.