Tuesday, June 4th 2019

Delux Showcases Keyboards, Gaming and Vertical Mice at Computex 2019

Delux may not be well known in the west, but they are looking to make a splash with a diverse product range which they had on display at Computex 2019. The company had quite a few keyboards to check out including partial gaming keyboards like the T6 which was designed with Fortnite in mind. It featured blue mechanical switches with RGB backlighting that comes with six effects. It also used a pluggable Type-C braided cable which was quite a bit different compared to more contemporary designs as well.

Another unique offering was the KM16 which has Bluetooth built in and through which supports mobile devices. It has adjustable height feet that use a rotating design delivering a more user customizable experience without having to flip the keyboard over to make said adjustments. When it comes to the keys themselves, they are fully programmable and feature N-key rollover.
To go with the keyboards Delux also had numerous mice on display as well. The first one we looked at was the M628, which has a couple of options. One features the PMW3389 sensor, which allows for up to 16000 DPI while the other has the PMW3325 sensor which can deliver up to 5000 DPI. Regardless of the sensor used, the mouse features OMRON switches and has 9 programmable buttons. The shape is ambidextrous in design with RGB lighting for that extra bit of bling.
The second mouse that we were able to get details on was the M627, which features the same sensor options the M628. Where they differ is in customizability. The M627 can be adapted with different grips to both sides, making it suitable for left or right-handed gamers. Meanwhile, it has 8 programmable buttons and uses OMRON switches.
Rounding out our visit were numerous other mice and keyboards, the most intriguing of the bunch were Delux's vertical mice which were among the few we saw during our time at Computex. You can check them out below.
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