Roccat's Suora mechanical keyboard, dressed up for a rave

Subject: General Tech | December 20, 2016 - 01:45 PM |
Tagged: input, suora fx, mechanical keyboard, roccat, RGB, cherry mx blue

The Suora FX matches the original Roccat Suora design, only thoroughly infected with RGB disease.  The keyboard sent to Benchmark Reviews sported Cherry MX Blue switches, with the obvious addition of LED lights underneath the keys.  They found the Swarm Gaming software which comes with the keyboard to let you program lighting effects and macros to be somewhat simpler in design that the competitions.  This could be a good thing if you are not looking to program intricate lighting effects, but might disappoint those that plan to.  Drop by for the full review here.

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"Without sacrificing functionality, the Suora FX maintains the same frameless design seen on its predecessor, the original Suora. This keyboard does not have any of the extra gimmicky bells and whistles seen on other mechanical gaming keyboards. Instead, the Suora FX gets directly down to the point to provide the user with functionality without compromising gaming performance."

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December 20, 2016 | 09:39 PM - Posted by Tony Mallory (not verified)

Holy cow that is a beautiful keyboard. Absolutely love how the backlighting is varied like that. Great summarized post on it. Wish you would have mentioned the price of the thing though. Also, what do you think of these cheaper mechanical keyboards? I was thinking of buying one since they are under my budget but I'm unsure of their quality, even when they are reviewed already. Looking for your expertise.

Thanks, Jeremy!

December 21, 2016 | 07:14 AM - Posted by Jabbadap (not verified)

Suora FX. Hmm Well it's straight all right, not bend anywhere(finnish person in me can't think that name in english).

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