In a refreshing change of tempo, G.Capacity unveiled a model new mechanical keyboard that principally sticks to the basics, and is relatively moderately priced as well as. Significantly, the KM360 costs $49.99.
That’s larger than $100 decrease than one factor like Corsair’s Okay95 RGB Platinum, a additional completely featured plank and certainly one of many best gaming keyboards spherical. Clearly the KM360 is a particular animal, though it on the very least performs within the equivalent zoo—it makes use of Cherry MX Crimson key switches comparatively than an off-brand swap, and even worse, squishy membrane key movement. Correctly, a variety of the keys use Cherry MX Reds—the world key makes use of a heavier (nonetheless nonetheless quiet) Cherry MX Black swap.
Whereas there is not a RGB lighting to speak of, the KM360 does have white LED backlighting which may be adjusted to 25/50/75/100 p.c brightness, or turned off completely. Previous that, you’ll not uncover amenities like gaming keys or devoted media controls.
G.Capacity touts a “steady aluminum top-plate” and “wear-proof” ABS double injection keycaps. In step with G.Capacity, the latter means the lettering isn’t going to fade or placed on from long-term use.
Take observe that it’s a tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard, which suggests it lacks a loyal amount pad. It’s subsequently shorter than a full keyboard, nonetheless for many who do a complete lot of amount crunching, this is not the very best choice.
In any event, the KM360 is available now in black or white.