Sharkoon has this week unveiled a new addition to the range of mechanical keyboards with the announcement of the launch of the SharkZone MK80 RGB offers a three block layout and can be customised using its on-board illumination functions.
Features of the new mechanical keyboard include N-key rollover, on-the-fly macro recording, gaming mode, onboard memory and the ability to save up to 5 game profiles set out exactly how you need them.
The SharkZone MK80 RGB is also equipped with an integrated media have with audio and two USB connections and offers a polling rate of 1000 Hz. The Sharkoon SharkZone MK80 RGB is available in red, blue and brown version are now available priced at €140. Sharkoon explains more about the different versions :
The mechanical Kailh switches promise an average operating life cycle of at least 60 million clicks per key. The MK80 is available with either red, brown or blue switches, each provide different characteristics: Kailh Red has an operating force of 50 g, a linear switch and undetectable switching point and click point. The distance to actuation point is 2 mm.
The operating force for Kailh Brown is 45 g, the switch is tactile, the switching point is detectable and the click point is undetectable. The distance to actuation point is also 2 mm. The Kailh Blue offers a precisely detectable click point with a detectable switching point plus tactile switch. The distance to actuation point is 1.9 mm; the operating force is 50 g.