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MSI has recently been working to expand its range of peripherals. They announced the launch of the slim Vigor GK50 mechanical gaming keyboard.
This is the first thing we saw at Computex in 2018. At that time, we saw the Cherry MX slim mechanical keyboard enter the market for the first time. The main difference from the Cherry MX
keyboard is that MSI's new keyboard will use Kailh's low-profile white switch. Thanks to Kailh's low profile white switch, the keyboard provides pleasant tactile feedback and satisfying clicks, just as we would expect from a high-end mechanical keyboard. The
keyboard has a low travel (34 mm travel) comparable to the blue switch, which means you have a lower driving point. This means faster keystrokes and faster response times. MSI’s
Vigot GK50 keyboard is manufactured with an aluminum top plate, which means it will be comparable to other high-end mechanical gaming keyboards in terms of manufacturing quality. As expected, MSI uses Mystic Light RGB lighting system on the keyboard. You'll experience per-key RGB lighting and a host of customization options to suit your needs.
Below the keyboard, there is a small wiring channel that can help you organize peripheral cables and keep your desk out of clutter.
All of this is supported by MSI's Dragon Center software; We have seen it in other peripherals and hardware from MSI.
MSI also released pricing data for MSI Vigor GK50. In the US, the mechanical keyboard is priced at $ 89.99 and in the UK at £ 89.99.
What do you think of the new MSI gaming keyboard? Do you want to have it?