Sunday, June 2nd 2019

G.SKILL at COMPUTEX 2019: KM360 Keyboard, MX350 Mouse, Trident Z Neo DDR4 Memory

G.Skill at COMPUTEX 2019 showcased its range of products for gamers. The KM360 is being hailed as a professional tenkeyless keyboard. Its top plate is made of aircraft-grade aluminum, and it sports Cherry MX mechanical switches (in the photos, Cherry MX Red), which are paired with ABS keycaps made via a double injection technique for improved feel and durability. There are the usual gaming features as well: Full N-Key Rollover and 100% anti-ghosting.

The MX350 is an optical gaming mouse sporting RGB lighting, as almost all of them do these days. A Pixart 3327 sensor with up to 6200 DPI resolution is the weapon of choice here, and the MX350 features six pre-programmed DPI stages that can be changed on-the-fly according to the gaming scenario you're facing. a 1 ms polling rate, dual side keys for action mapping, and two specific DPI up-down buttons are present.
Last, but not least, G.Skill showcased the latest "clothing" of their hugely popular TridentZ memory sticks. Now featuring a Neo branding to distinguish themselves from their successors, the revised TridentZ sticks feature some interesting color pairings, and are available with RGB illumination as well.
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6 Comments on G.SKILL at COMPUTEX 2019: KM360 Keyboard, MX350 Mouse, Trident Z Neo DDR4 Memory

#1
Valantar
Good job ruining a very good design with those Neo RAM sticks. Ugh. No thanks.
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bonehead123
I really like the KB, but the rodent & ram are meh....

IF however, they would make the rodent out of the same material as the KB, make a wireless version of both, and put them together as a combo, they could have had my money, like, yesterday.....
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robot zombie
Valantar, post: 4058251, member: 171585"
Good job ruining a very good design with those Neo RAM sticks. Ugh. No thanks.
Agreed... TridentZ had a quiet sophistication. The Neo ones just look overdone. The big colored section just makes it look unbalanced and stark. I think they made the black sections bigger, too. The trapezoidal slants don't help things, either. The slant on the far end of the black portion clashes so bad with the slant in the middle. But really, I think it's the bevel that kills them for me. I was just making a reference to crummy stereo systems with regards to another Computex showpiece. What's with that? Why are they making their products look like cheap, no-name amazon audio gear? I may have to pick up another 2x8gb pair of the current design just to be safe. They're among my favorite RAM, ever. What a disappointment.

Just goes to show how minute little details can completely ruin a good design.
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Vayra86
robot zombie, post: 4058406, member: 179396"
Agreed... TridentZ had a quiet sophistication. The Neo ones just look overdone. The big colored section just makes it look unbalanced and stark. I think they made the black sections bigger, too. The trapezoidal slants don't help things, either. The slant on the far end of the black portion clashes so bad with the slant in the middle. But really, I think it's the bevel that kills them for me. I was just making a reference to crummy stereo systems with regards to another Computex showpiece. What's with that? Why are they making their products look like cheap, no-name amazon audio gear? I may have to pick up another 2x8gb pair of the current design just to be safe. They're among my favorite RAM, ever. What a disappointment.

Just goes to show how minute little details can completely ruin a good design.
I do hope you realize this RAM can dodge bullets though.
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robot zombie
Vayra86, post: 4058522, member: 152404"
I do hope you realize this RAM can dodge bullets though.
No, I wasn't aware that it moves like they do. I've never seen any RAM move that fast.

You're totally right, this changes everything. That would make this the first RAM (iirc) to pass Trinity certification! Why aren't more people talking about this?! It's got to be the biggest revelation of Computex 2019!! WOW! :eek:
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Vayra86
robot zombie, post: 4058526, member: 179396"
No, I wasn't aware that it moves like they do. I've never seen any RAM move that fast.

You're totally right, this changes everything. That would make this the first RAM (iirc) to pass Trinity certification! Why aren't more people talking about this?! It's got to be the biggest revelation of Computex 2019!! WOW! :eek:
They took the blue pill :peace:
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