Thursday, May 22nd 2014

AORUS Unveils the THUNDER K7 Mechanical Keyboard and THUNDER M7 Laser Mouse

The emerging force of hardcore gaming gears, AORUS, launch its new products during their Tech Tour 2014. The brand AORUS has it first outshines in the beginning of 2014 and aims to bring the highest level of gaming gears to all gamers.

Specially designed 80/20 detachable mechanical gaming keyboard, THUNDER K7 Detachable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, can be dissembled depends on the needs of macro keys during the games. With a sports car look, THUNDER M7 MMO Gaming Mouse is a fine-tuned ergonomics mouse for MMORPG games. AORUS, a boutique brand for gaming gears and the first choice for all gamers!
AORUS THUNDER M7 is a Specialized MMO/MOBA gaming mouse. It is perfectly designed for MMO games which equipped with massive 8 MMO/MOBA optimized thumb buttons. Ergonomically located macro keys offer an instant execution of the gaming commands. AORUS THUNDER M7 provides maximum 16 programmable macro buttons.

With the advanced laser sensor, Thunder M7 supports up to 8200 dpi resolution and 150ips tracking speed. The top-of-the-line gaming laser sensor ensures efficient and smooth movement on your multi-screens or the most high resolution monitors. It also exclusively features built-in AORUS Macro Engine which can supports 5 gaming profiles on the go. The profile switch designed just at your fingertips enables you to switch between 5 different gaming profiles; thus, you will have a super mouse with up to 70 macros memorization on the go!

The world's first detachable mechanical gaming keyboard is born! AORUS THUNDER K7 is built for hardcore gamers engaging in all pc game genres. The detachable macro pad works not only as prompt number pad but also the gaming macro keys. The 20 customizable macro keys allow on-the-fly programming gaming commands. When it comes to FPS games, gamer can detach the macro pad. Just enjoy short-body design with full-size keyboard comfort.

The THUNDER K7 gaming keyboard utilizes Cherry Red mechanical key switches that provides superior tactile feedback and an optimized actuation force. It is also features the intuitive wheel based volume and backlit illumination controllers for easy hassle-free adjustments during intense gaming sessions. Utilizing the revolutionary anti-ghosting matrix key-switch design, THUNDER K7 provides Anti-Ghosting technology across all zones of the keyboard. Gamers can dominate the competition with the amazing advantage and versatility of being able to input multiple keystrokes at once. Never be hindered again on the battlefield as you twist, weave, and decimate your enemies through the unparalleled freedom of absolute anti-ghost technology.

For more information about AORUS, please visit: www.aorus.com
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5 Comments on AORUS Unveils the THUNDER K7 Mechanical Keyboard and THUNDER M7 Laser Mouse

#1
Sp33d Junki3
It is good too see someone to finally make a proper macro section that incorporates into the TK pad, which looks to be able to move to either side.
Waiting too see more and the cost and hope that the LED comes different color.
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#2
quake4toll
Glad to see manufacturer knows regular ANSI keyboard layout isn't enough for us now.
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#3
Mini-Remote
It's cool. would be more comfortable than the mini wireless keyboard to control.
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AsRock
TPU addict
Sp33d Junki3 said:
It is good too see someone to finally make a proper macro section that incorporates into the TK pad, which looks to be able to move to either side.
Waiting too see more and the cost and hope that the LED comes different color.
But hell shame they did not make the whole keyboard programmable.
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THE_EGG
Sp33d Junki3 said:
It is good too see someone to finally make a proper macro section that incorporates into the TK pad, which looks to be able to move to either side.
Waiting too see more and the cost and hope that the LED comes different color.
Microsoft Sidewinder X6 had this several years back. 2008 I think? I can't remember exactly when. A great keyboard, I still have mine as a backup keyboard. It isn't mechanical though.
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