Mechanical keyboards are great for writers, gamers and professionals. They have long durability, has great feedback on each key and is fun to use.
Despite all these amazing benefits, mechanical keyboards are exceptionally noisy that you can hardly stand in the environment if everyone starts using it at once. Be it gaming or typing, they make a lot of noise which could cause a huge distraction to the user as well the people in the environment.
Corsair in association with Cherry, the developers of Cherry MX keys have come up with a new switch named ‘RGB Silent’. As the name suggests, it is going to be extremely silent or you could less noisy when compared to other mechanical switches.
They use the same Cherry MX Red design but uses an additional o-ring to cut down the noise. Corsair Strafe RGB Silent is the first keyboard that is going to hit the market, sporting these near silent keys. The pricing is bit on the higher side due to the advanced technology used in it.
Professionals can purchase the Strafe mechanical keyboard for $160. It will be available in the month of October. Along with this new keyboard, Corsair also plans to bring in another Strafe with conventional MX Brown and Red switches priced at $150.
The upcoming keyboard models will support 16.8 million colors, programmed media controls and detachable wrist rest. The clanking sounds may no longer annoy the people around and it should also be a great addition for typists who can’t use headphones like gamers do.
Corsair has also announced the Scimitar, a RGB MMO gaming mouse and a Void Wireless 7.1 headset. The mouse has 12 programmable buttons while it has also been designed to support FPS games. The new products are available in red and yellow variants.