Thursday, May 3rd 2018

ADATA XPG Launches INFAREX K20 Gaming Keyboard

ADATA Technology today unveiled the XPG INFAREX K20 gaming keyboard. Made for avid gamers, the keyboard sports a stylish black casing with mechanical blue switches, 50 g actuation force and backlit keys with 11 lighting effects for ultimate gaming functionality and flair. The INFAREX K20's keys are designed for longevity and durability with a lifespan of 50 million keystrokes, and feature anti-ghosting functionality to ensure commands and simultaneous keystrokes are always registered.

Feel Each Press with Great Tactile Feedback
Sporting mechanical blue switches, gamers will revel in the amazing tactile feedback provided with each keystroke. Ergonomic key caps combined with 50 g actuation force offer the user a satisfying tactile feel that also makes it easier for them to know that their inputs have registered. What's more, with anti-ghosting functionality users need not worry about signal conflicts when multiple keys are pressed simultaneously, or missed key inputs.
Create the Right Mood with 11 Lighting Effects
The INFAREX K20's backlit keys are equipped with 11 lighting effects that can be easily toggled with the dedicated Mode key. Furthermore, the speed of the lighting effects can be adjusted with two additional keys on either side of the Mode key, which means users can customize the lighting effect to create the desired atmosphere for whatever game they are playing, or mood they are in. For added usability, the INFAREX K20 features Media Keys that allow users to make quick adjustments to the sound volume, or other media parameters in the midst of a fierce battle, doing away with the need to open up other programs or apps.
Made Durable for Battle
Constant and intense gaming can take their toll on a keyboard quickly, so the INFAREX K20 is constructed to be durable and robust. Its keys are rated for 50 million keystrokes and the keyboard features an extremely durable cable that utilizes a reinforced braided design that makes it more resistant to fraying, tangling and breaking.
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12 Comments on ADATA XPG Launches INFAREX K20 Gaming Keyboard

#1
Th3pwn3r
This actually looks like a decent board.
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#2
coonbro
'keyboard features an extremely durable cable that utilizes a reinforced braided design that makes it more resistant to fraying, tangling and breaking''

lol... that's what mine claimed [quickfire ultimate ] it was stiff thick but looked good and felt tough ended up the first thing to go replaced with a 4.99$ rubber coated amazon cable that's lasted years and made things more comfortable

I wonder if this boards hdmi plug sticks out the side like a sore thumb and not protected from being easy snapped off ?

looks protected from here but no gallery for photos ??

http://www.xpg.com/en/feature/550

like said above it is a nice looking board for sure
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#3
spectatorx
I totally do not understand this trend for extremely high keys in keyboards. It is so bad microsoft doesn't make anymore digital media keyboard 3000, my fav one.
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#4
coonbro
spectatorx said:
I totally do not understand this trend for extremely high keys in keyboards. It is so bad microsoft doesn't make anymore digital media keyboard 3000, my fav one.
one of my old best boards was a Microsoft multimedia . its kinda like logitec stuff that was back in the good ol' days

today it you buy then you try . and hope it don't make you cry
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#5
jmcslob
I have this keyboard with a different label on it.... It's sold under lots of names but regardless of the name on it it sucks.

It's solid as they get but it's loud....
Very very loud...
It has a solid metal surface and when those blue switches click you get an echo..
If hearing keys click and echo louder than the game you're playing is something you can get over it's a great keyboard... Solid build and easy to change lighting effects..

Maybe once the keys break in..I dunno..I only managed to use it for one day before giving up...
When I say it's loud it's above conversation level loud...
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#6
coonbro
jmcslob said:
I have this keyboard with a different label on it.... It's sold under lots of names but regardless of the name on it it sucks.

It's solid as they get but it's loud....
Very very loud...
It has a solid metal surface and when those blue switches click you get an echo..
If hearing keys click and echo louder than the game you're playing is something you can get over it's a great keyboard... Solid build and easy to change lighting effects..

Maybe once the keys break in..I dunno..I only managed to use it for one day before giving up...
When I say it's loud it's above conversation level loud...
ya, this coolermaster has the metal plate and brown switch . its click is pronounced . I figured one day to do the -o- rings , but that day never yet to come ..lol.../ lazy

I do like the weight the plate adds make it feel like you got something robust and don't easily slide around

one thing I would like to see is cherry come out with a low pro keys that is what I like most with a membrane keyboard . seems after all these years that would of been long done by now / more readily available on more items

https://www.cherrymx.de/en/low-profile-rgb.html
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#7
hellrazor
Looks good, I could use a BS button on my keyboard.
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#8
sutyi
spectatorx said:
I totally do not understand this trend for extremely high keys in keyboards. It is so bad microsoft doesn't make anymore digital media keyboard 3000, my fav one.
Not really high keycaps. Only seems like it is higher, cause these do not sit in a "bay" compared to more traditional keyboards and the caps / switches are not "walled" around.
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#9
coonbro
???? maybe when them cherry lo pro's come out and I need a keyboard i'll give them a try . its not like I'm the greatest typer anyway with my club fingers . I got a old hp prebuilt keyboard that's got I assume the scissor spring [??] keys [ HP 5187-0341 - rev 1.10 ] . funny thing is I like its feel better then these cherry's . sad thing is when these keyboards fail that old hp is still ready to go built like a tank . it got the tactical feel on like 14 years uf use the keycaps are not worn , ect.... still about as good as it was new

now thinking about it I don't get why I buy these latest / new keyboards ? , but I do . I guess that LED lighting is after all is a strong selling point ..lol....
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#10
jmcslob
I think TPU just did a review of a keyboard with mechanical chiclet keys....
I think the Razer Chroma RGB is short stroke mechanical switch as well
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#11
coonbro
in the end with anything its down to if its comfortable and appeals to you for your usage and if it works and lasts as expected or it don't and your back to newegg
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#12
jmcslob
coonbro said:
in the end with anything its down to if its comfortable and appeals to you for your usage and if it works and lasts as expected or it don't and your back to newegg
Right.. Like this keyboard... It's military grade durable and it's nice and small... But the sound... Problem for me but a lot of people enjoy it.
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