Cooler Master has introduced the new Gaming Keyboard” MK850″. This automated Gaming Keyboard has high configurable pressure-sensitive keys, which allow the user to emulate an analog input of console styles with game controller trigger buttons similarity sticks.
Using the Cooler’s MK850, gamers have all the comfort of a desktop keyboard and sensitivity and a controller’s accuracy. As compared to a standard keyboard, the “MK850’s” Keys (Q, W, E, R, A, S, D) are equipped with high-performance infrared sensors. The MK850 has five building profiles designs to switch between a standard keyboard and other building styles.
Cooler Master using the infrared technology which is developed by “Aimpad.” The Games can use slight ginger switches and adjust the pressure to their key to set different input intensities. For example, Gamers can move around in a first-person shooter or control a car’s braking and acceleration.
According to the Cooler Master’s FAQs, the Gamer can easily calibrate the analog keys each time according to their needs, but “Feature Turning” on the process could cause a little delay. Besides this, the Keyboard also may need to be reconnected to enable “feature Turn on.”
Apart from its signature feature, the Cooler Master MK850 uses Cherry MX Red keys, a common choice for mechanical gaming keyboards. There is also an amplified wrist rest that can be attached magnetically. Two accuracy wheels within reach above the F1-F4 keys allow the user to adjust the volume, DPI sensitivity, or lighting pattern. The MK850 has a detachable USB Type-C cable, and the Keyboard is constructed using aluminum. And of course, there’s also programmable per-key RGB LED backlighting.
The Cooler Master MK850 gaming keyboard is available on Amazon in the USA at 73 US dollars.