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Improve your game at home and at work with the Deco Gear KMECHY1K Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Make typing more enjoyable and add an RGB aesthetic to your computer desk.
Totaling 104 keys, this wired mechanical keyboard uses the ultra-versatile Cherry MX Red switches that provide satisfaction, accuracy, and speed with every keypress. A linear style switch, Cherry MX Reds are great for gamers and professionals thanks to a 45-gram activation force and rapid keypress registry.
Additionally, this keyboard features full anti-ghosting technology, ensuring that every key you press is a key that is registered. Cut down on typing mistakes when writing your college essay and make sure you always make the right moves when gaming.
Designed with a slick RGB lighting scheme that illuminates the top of your keyboard and underneath, choose from 12 key backlight modes, 4 side lighting modes, and create up to 5 custom backlight modes.
Ergonomically designed, this gaming keyboard comes with a detachable palm rest that provides an ideal wrist position when typing. Enjoy fast access to commonly needed functions such as music and volume controls, email, internet browser, and more! A control knob lets use control voice volume and RGB brightness on-the-fly.
Download Custimaztion Software that lets you tailor your keyboard experience even further. Tune your RGB lighting, key brightness, mapping, configure macros, and key response to your preferences.
What is a Mechanical Keyboard?
Mechanical keyboards have been around for decades. Aside from the telltale “clicky-clack” sound, it’s generally the clunky, white, sturdy-looking classics that come to mind when thinking about what a mechanical keyboard is. When these were replaced by the cheaper membrane keyboards of the 1990s and 2000s, many didn’t notice they were using an inferior product.
Today, enthusiasts, professionals, and competitive gamers prefer the advantages, comfort, longevity, and satisfaction that a mechanical keyboard brings. The secret with a mechanical keyboard is what lies underneath each key – switches. These come in many variations depending on how you like to type, but on the whole, a keypress on a mechanical keyboard activates a spring-loaded physical switch. Each press is accompanied by an audible “click” letting you know that the keypress has been registered.
More accurate, more comfortable, and more fun to use, mechanical keyboards improve typing across the board.
Is Cherry MX Red good for gaming?
Yes! The Deco Gear DGKMECHY1K Mechanical Keyboard Cherry MX switches are linear-style switches. Without the “bump” felt in tactile feedback style switches, Cherry MX switches register repeat presses without having to reset past the bump. In short, this means gamers will enjoy increased speed when rapidly tapping.
Is Cherry MX Red good for typing?
Cherry MX Reds are widespread switches and the go-to for mechanical enthusiasts. Each individual key only requires 45 grams of force to register a keypress, letting users glide across the keyboard as they type.
Keyboard Customization Software (Use "DOWNLOADS" tab above)