MSI Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo Review 4

MSI Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo Review

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MSI's Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo consists of two products, the Clutch GM11 mouse and GK30 keyboard. Buying them in such a bundle instead of separately saves quite a few bucks. Bear in mind that these are entry-level gaming peripherals (which, as you'll see in this review, doesn't mean they're bad) not necessarily meant for enthusiasts and high-level eSports players. MSI was kind enough to send me one of these combos, so I'll merge a small keyboard review with the usual mouse detailing. The GK30 is a membrane keyboard with "mechanical-feel" switches, and the GM11 is a small ambidextrous, low-profile gaming mouse—naturally, both include a lot of RGB lighting.


Clutch GM11 Mouse
Size:118 mm x 62 mm x 37 mm
Size (inches):4.65" x 2.44" x 1.46"
Weight:90 g
Number of Buttons:6
Main Switches:Omron D2FC-F-N 10M
Wheel Encoder:Unknown (9 mm)
Sensor:PixArt PMW3325
Resolution:400–5,000 CPI
Polling Rate:1000 Hz
Cable:1.8 m long, non-braided
Software:MSI Dragon Center
Warranty:2 years
Vigor GK30 Keyboard
Layout:104-key US ANSI layout
Material:ABS plastic
Macro Support:Yes
Weight:1042 g
Wrist Rest:No
Anti-ghosting:6-key rollover
Media Keys:Available as a secondary function
Dimensions:438 mm x 157 mm x 38 mm
Cable length:1.8 m long, non-braided
Software:MSI Dragon Center
Switch Type:Rubber-dome membrane
Interface:USB 2.0
Warranty:2 years


The Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo arrives in a rather wide cardboard box because it contains a keyboard and a mouse. The package is dominated by MSI's signature colors, as well as a lot of render pictures, technical specifications, and of course, a good amount of marketing text. Once opened, you can access the products and two small quick-start booklets.

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