Can Gamdias provide one of the best mechanical keyboards for gamers?
Gamers and PC enthusiasts are always after the mechanical keyboards, and who could not resist having to get their own mechanical keyboards. The tactile clicks give that sense of satisfaction to users that ensures that all of their inputs are definitely registered, and newer and more expensive mechanical keyboards offer lighting effect gimmicks that lets you customize it with different set of colors.
Gamdias finally introduces their line of gaming peripherals in the country to provide gamers new options in getting some of the best keyboards and mice. With one of their latest mechanical keyboards; the Hermes RGB. Will the Hermes RGB can be a must haves for any hardcore gamers?
Before we begin, here are the specifications of the Gamdias Hermes RGB
- Key Switch: Kailh
- Key Switch Type: Blue
- Dimensions: 440 x 170 x 37 mm
- Weight: 1.16KG
- Built-in Memory: 72KB
- Polling Rate: 1000Hz
- Programmable keys: 2
- Multimedia Keys: 6
- Switch Lifecycle: 50 Million
- Backlit: 16.8 million colors and 4 levels brightness
- N-Key Rollover: N-Key rollover
- Cable Length: 8m (Braided Cable with Gold-plated USB Connector)
- Interface: USB
At the first glance at the Hermes RGB keyboard is that it has a plastic body, as compared to some of the more expensive keyboards with an aluminum body. Though this is not much of an issue however the plastic build feels rather cheap which can be an issue in terms of durability. The overall design is very simple; no fancy designs on the body or any other gimmicks not including its RGB lighting function.
It also has the standard stand that can be pulled out from the back of the keyboard, but the plastic is stiff that it may take some force to pull it out. Six rubber feet can also be found on the back portion, ensuring a slip-free experience in any surface. Good thing the cable is braided for that added protected from scratches and there is an adjustable channel at the back where you can let your cable to be placed on the left or right portion, not much of an essential but helpful for some users with a PC placed on their left side.
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