Thursday, February 19th 2009

OCZ Technology Introduces Alchemy Illuminati Backlit Keyboard

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and components, today announced the expansion of its peripherals under the Alchemy line, with the introduction of the Illuminati multimedia keyboard series for advanced computing complete with a stylish backlit effect. Featuring a wealth of user-friendly options combined with an ergonomic and sturdy design, the Illuminati’s unique combination of features and value won’t leave users in the dark.

“Building on our Alchemy line of peripherals OCZ is now introducing the Illuminati backlit keyboard,” commented Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management at the OCZ Technology Group. “The Illuminati Keyboard offers multimedia consumers a host of features including rubber coated keys for comfort while both working and gaming, fourteen quick launch keys to better access to multimedia, and the choice of two backlit colors making it easier to make full use of the keyboard in low light environments.”

The Illuminati is a quality keyboard featuring extensive features such as 14 multimedia and internet hotkeys, to help manage your music, web, and video applications with the touch of a button. Additionally, keys can be backlit with either red or blue LEDs, perfect for users that prefer darkened rooms or gamers frequenting LAN parties. The sleek design of the Alchemy Illuminati Series will maintain your comfort even through prolonged usage with its clean layout and rubber coated keys which improve both tactile feel and comfort whether you are working on spreadsheets or playing the latest games.

The Illuminati keyboard is designed with all the features of a quality keyboard without the hefty price tag, combining sleek style and comfort with the features and personalization consumers demand from their peripherals. The Alchemy line embodies the needs of gamers and value-oriented consumers through a diverse lineup of peripherals and components that will provide PC users the ultimate hardware to take on the most demanding tasks at a price point that is attainable for all budgets.

The Illuminati features an extremely reliable design and construction with keys lasting over 5 million cycles, and is compatible with Windows XP (SP2 or later) and Windows Vista. Backed by OCZ’s industry-leading support and service, you can rest assured your high-powered peripherals will serve you for years to come.

For more information on the OCZ Alchemy Illuminati Keyboard, please click here.Source: OCZ Technology
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11 Comments on OCZ Technology Introduces Alchemy Illuminati Backlit Keyboard

Creator Solaris Utility DVD
is that wireless? hmm i might change that out from my lycosa.
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Solaris17 said:
is that wireless? hmm i might change that out from my lycosa.
Nope, just the usual marketing "let's photoshop the wires out, so it looks better!"

Supply Voltage and Current:
+5DC 5% at 100MA Connection: USB 2.0

But it does look good, makes me almost want to get one, if it's 'cheap'. Although I don't like the hand rest, it's too short to be anything than on the way and I use my own wrist pad (something softer).

Backlight and profile look fine, I like these 'laptop' style keybs and it's not overly wide.
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~Technological Technocrat~
“Building on our Alchemy line of peripherals OCZ is now introducing the Illuminati backlit keyboard,”
pray to god thats not a 'Creative' reference.....

otherwise. that keyboard is moar bling this Midnight Club Racing
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my alchemy elixer 1 looks shit compared to this board, damn i might have to sell this one to cover the costs coz that is hot

just looks like they tweaked the older version to make it even better

its a budget gamers board the one i have so hopefully it keeps the budget price!
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n key rollover by any chance?
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Wile E
Power User
It looks a lot like a Logitech S510 Keyboard, with a slightly tweaked key layout, and corded.
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why oh why do they make the "enter" key giant!? i can't stand that...
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Alchemy line are overally very cheap performance peripherals. Elixir 1 has some pretty good review (it costs £20), tried to find an Elixir 2 review but I fail'd. Although this keyboard certainly looks tasty if it's with a budget price tag
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PP Mguire
Do not want the bottom of that keyboard. I even took the piece off my Lycosa.
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