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Friday, 16 November 2007 14:07

Everglide does "powered by Razer"

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Everglide DKTBoard gaming keyboard

 

Another company has teamed up with Razer by licensing its technology, and this time we're speaking about Everglide. Microsoft, Belkin and now Everglide is the third company that has "powered by Razer" on its product. Everglide has decided to use Razer technology in its new gaming keyboard with ultra slim design and aluminum top case, branded DKTBoard.

The new DKTBoard was done in cooperation with Razer, and it features a slim key-cap structure which provides faster responses and tactile comfort. Another great feature is the brushed aluminum casing, which always looks good, and also adds to keyboard durability. The DKTBoard keyboard features blue backlight illumination which can be turned off, and also comes with eight hotkeys.

The new keyboard from Everglide is available in either black or silver and it will be sold for US$69.99 bundled with DKTmat. The price sounds reasonable when compared to other professional gaming keyboards.

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