Zalman's ZM-K900M mechanical keyboard can be taught to do more than change colours
Subject: General Tech | December 13, 2016 - 02:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: zalman, ZM-K900M, input, mechanical keyboard, Kailh Blue RGB
Not only does Zalman's ZM-K900M suffer from RGB disease underneath it's Kailh switches, it also has a split personality. When you look at the closeups of the keys over at The Tech Report you will see odd symbols and messages under the usual lettering, things like ZM2 or Speed Meter. Those are for programming macros, simply hitting Fn + ZM# starts the recording and it will capture every click, including buttons which emulate mouse buttons and stop once you press Fn + ZM# again. These will play back exactly as recorded and the somewhat misspelled Speed Meter allows you to increase or decrease the speed which it plays back. If you find this intriguing, pop by The Tech Report for a closer look.
"Zalman's ZM-K900M keyboard hides a huge range of hardware-controlled backlight and macro modes underneath an unassuming exterior. We took it for a spin to see whether this RGB LED-backlit mechanical marvel stands out in an increasingly jam-packed keyboard market."
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