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Monday, 19 March 2007 14:11

For the ill-tempered gamers

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007:  Mechanical keyboard from Gigabyte

 

 

    If you are a user that has anger management problems, you may have noticed that the most of the membrane based keyboards on the market won't last long as you lay wreck and havoc on them.


The metal encased keyboard made by Gigabyte is one of the rare completely mechanical ones. There are no multimedia keys, or anything else, but if you need a cheap and strong keyboard, it might be your next one.

 

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When the guys from the booth weren't looking, we stomped on the keyboard, and no keys fell out. Sorry, I have fetish on crash tests. So yes, it is sturdy, and as you see – it still works!


On the picture below, you can see the mechanical parts beneath each button.

 

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Last modified on Monday, 19 March 2007 23:04

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