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Roccat Unveils the Suora FX Gaming Keyboard

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ROCCAT studios proudly presents the Suora FX mechanical keyboard which is aimed at gaming purists. It boasts an ultra-compact frameless design with a highly durable yet stylish aluminum-alloy housing. The tactile mechanical switches offer maximum precision in every game and have an impressive lifespan of over 50 million keystrokes. The Suora FX offers a full-featured RGB illumination system with key backlighting in over 16.8 million colors.

The RGB illumination of ROCCAT's new mechanical gaming keyboard is totally customizable both in terms of colors and lighting effects. The powerful Swarm driver system allows the user to define a theme that's exclusive and unique to them. Over 16.8 million colors and a plethora of effects
allow for bespoke user settings and experiences. By using the F1-F4 keys, the user has access to exciting pre-defined effects like wave, breathing, ripple and fully lit.



The unique design of ROCCAT Suora FX makes it entirely frameless. No palm rest, no thick borders, no thumb keys and no dedicated media keys taking up space - simply high quality, durable mechanical keys mounted on a robust metal plate. Gaming simplicity in its essence.

The ultra-precise tactile mechanical keys of the Suora FX feel great in any game and give the gamer direct feedback in even the most hectic of situations. ROCCAT's advanced anti-ghosting matrix ensures that no keystroke gets lost in the heat of the battle. Of course, the Suora FX also offers a rapid polling rate of 1000 Hz.

The ROCCAT Suora FX hits stores on December 6th and will be available for USD $139.99.

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Over 16.8 million colors and a plethora of effects
I wouldn't have time for gaming anymore because I need to figure out my color scheme/effects first....:p
 

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how about a Ryos MK Pro
 
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I think Roccat should do some research before giving names XD.
Suora in italian means Nun XD .
 
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But being Roccat, it's probably going to fall apart in a few months and their support will tell you to piss off :laugh:
 

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But being Roccat, it's probably going to fall apart in a few months and their support will tell you to piss off :laugh:
Had neither of that BS you speak off, how ever when i got mine it was around the LED issue time so i ended up going though 3 due to LED's and 1 due to keys stopping working.

Well i had a key issue again but after the warranty (2 years at the time ) then they told me fuck off even when one of the LEDS failed again., So i took all the LED's out put my own in and they still working 100% today :). Which indercates that there was a LED supply issue over a pretty long time line.

Which when i had a issue out of warranty with SteelSeries they replaced the mouse with the replacement failing soon after but after warranty i just put it in a box in the cupboard and one day i just decided to ask SS for the part that was failing and they just ask me to just send it in and gave me a SS Wireless. my original mouse was $100 so but at least they did not tell me f off lol.

Anyways, for $150 and just LED effects i would opt for a DAS or alike, although i only buy fully programmable keyboards.
 
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nice bigger enter key
 
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nice bigger enter key
OMG YES lol finally, i need that keyboard. I just hope they make one in Azerty layout too, thats what we use here, so hard to find a keyboard with a large enterkey.
 
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