Tuesday, April 20th 2021

Cooler Master Releases SK620 Gaming Keyboard, A Wired Version of the SK622 Bluetooth Gaming Keyboard

Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, announces today an addition to the SK600 series of low-profile gaming keyboards with the Cooler Master SK620 wired gaming keyboard available in silver white and gunmetal. The SK620 is a compact gaming keyboard in a 60% layout for small form factor and portability. It retains many of the same features as its wireless counterpart, the SK622 Bluetooth gaming keyboard: sleek brushed aluminum styling, TTC low profile mechanical switches, improved keycaps and adjustable feet, and signature Cooler Master customization capabilities. It provides all of this in a convenient, wired format for a simple, straightforward package.

"The SK622 is one of our most popular gaming keyboards in the lineup, but not everybody needs Bluetooth wireless in their keyboard, which is why we designed the SK622 for gamers who want a viable portable input option, and for creative professionals who want something a little more durable than your standard chiclet keyboard" says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager. "The SK620 maintains the striking aesthetics and improved typing experience of the SK622, but in a wired format for those who prefer it."
The SK620 is built in the same spirit of the SK600 series, with a sleek exterior, slim form factor and USB-C wired connectivity and multi-platform capability make it the ideal keyboard for all work and play situations.

Availability
The SK620 is available starting April 20, 2021 on Amazon for $89.99 USD.
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2 Comments on Cooler Master Releases SK620 Gaming Keyboard, A Wired Version of the SK622 Bluetooth Gaming Keyboard

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Devon68
Those keys are packed as close as chicken in a slaughter house. I personally dont like but to each of their own.
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Devon68Those keys are packed as close as chicken in a slaughter house. I personally dont like but to each of their own.
That's what happens when you try to pack in arrow keys in a 60% form factor, which already is compact and crowded in most cases.
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