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ASUS Unveils the ROG Falchion Wireless 60% Gaming Keyboard

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2020/07/20 22:55:39 (permalink)
https://www.techpowerup.com/270121/asus-unveils-the-rog-falchion-wireless-60-gaming-keyboard
 
ASUS today unveiled the ROG Falchion, a wireless mechanical gaming keyboard that fits into the new "60%" form-factor that's smaller than TKL. The keyboard offers 68 keys, with macros and function keys making up the deficit compared to most TKL or standard 104 keyboards. It comes in variants based on the switch used, and ASUS offers Cherry MX switches, with RGB illuminated keycaps, and per-key color customization.

The ROG Falchion also provides what ASUS calls an "interactive touch panel," which is essentially a capacitive strip that can be used as a volume rocker or scroller. Its wireless credentials include "gaming grade" 2.4 GHz RF with 1 ms response time, and up to 400 hours of battery life (with RGB lighting off), on a full charge. ASUS includes a hard case with the keyboard to help you carry it around. The company didn't reveal pricing.
 
Well I suppose this type of keyboard might be handy for those who don't like full size keyboards. 
 
 
 


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    Re: ASUS Unveils the ROG Falchion Wireless 60% Gaming Keyboard 2020/07/21 17:19:21 (permalink)
    interesting - they did not release the MSRP
     

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