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Sharkoon set to launch budget RGB keyboards


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Plus Pixart 3307 optical mouse for $19.

Sharkoon went somewhat against the grain of inflated pricing at Computex. It is usual to see RGB-equipped keyboards cost the wrong side of Ā£100, and mice to be not much cheaper.

Looking to appeal to the masses, the company is releasing the SGK2 and SGK3 keyboards equipped with Kailh switches and costing $49 and $69, respectively,

Keeping pricing in check was also evident with the Sharkoon Sharkforce Pro mouse, set to be made available in September 2017 and costing just $19. Outfitted with the optical Pixart 3307 sensor that offers DPIs from 400 through to 3200, with the brightness intensity of the logo and under-mouse lighting strenghening as the DPI is increased, it will be available in one of five colours. Can gumble at the price, eh?

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I really love my Sharkoon stuff. Especially their cases. They are cheap and look nice, so you don't feel too bad when you drill holes everywhere.
I used a Sharkoon Drakonia mouse and it was brilliant, only replaced after I got a nice deal on a Logitech Proteus

Still use my Drakonia “gaming surface”