Gamers or PC enthusiasts searching for a low-profile mechanical RGB keyboard may be interested in a new range of input devices unveiled by peripheral manufacturer Sharkoon this week in the form of the PureWriter RGB and the PureWriter TKL RGB. Both keyboards feature a design without a number block which has been replaced with additional function keys with preset multimedia actions and follow on from the previous PureWriter mechanical keyboard designs without RGB.
The PureWriter RGB and the Purewriter TKL RGB mechanical keyboards connect to your connect PC using a USB connection and are equipped with gold-plated micro B plug and a type A plug. The shorter cable has a length of 50 cm, which is ideal for connecting to notebooks, while the longer 150 cm cable is suitable for use with conventional PCs.
The new Sharkoon mechanical RGB keyboards are also compatible with Android devices by means of an OTG adapter. “With the Purewriter RGB and the Purewriter RGB TKL, Sharkoon has put its low-profile keyboards with stepless adjustable RGB illumination into a new light. Apart from preprogrammed lighting effects and preset lighting profiles, there is also a mode which offers an individualized choice of colors from the whole RGB spectrum. The chosen illumination can be programmed on-the-fly and saved in profiles. All settings are made directly on the keyboard and software is not needed.” For more information and purchasing options jump over to the official Sharkoon website.
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