MSI launches VIGOR GK50 Elite TKL mechanical keyboard
MSI has unveiled its latest addition to its line of peripherals: the VIGOR GK50 Elite TKL Mechanical Keyboard. The new offering boasts a compact and refined silhouette that not only exudes timeless elegance but also benefits from meticulous design enhancements. Encased within a robust metal frame and equipped with a myriad of advanced functionalities, this keyboard promises precise control and unparalleled durability, aiming to elevate the gaming experience of its users to unparalleled zeniths.
The VIGOR GK50 Elite TKL Mechanical Keyboard, with dimensions of 354 x 140 x 33 mm and a weight of 617g, adopts an ergonomic key placement, ensuring that both hands and wrists find themselves in a naturally comfortable position. This ergonomic design alleviates tension and discomfort during prolonged typing or gaming sessions. The keyboard features a brushed metal panel crafted from aerospace-grade materials. Its matte-coated keycaps, resistant to wear and impermeable to fingerprints, are complemented by a distinctive octagonal design, aligning seamlessly with its contemporary aesthetics. Users are presented with a choice of Kailh Blue, Red, or White switches. The base of the keyboard is fitted with anti-slip pads and showcases a two-tier adjustable stand, offering 0°, 3°, and 7° angles of elevation. It can automatically detect the number of pressed keys, swiftly toggling between 6-key and N-key rollover, and is paired with a detachable braided Type-C to Type-A cable.
The MSI Center can store up to three onboard memory profiles. Through MSI Mystic Light, each key on the keyboard can be individually illuminated with diverse colors and lighting effects, allowing players to effortlessly craft an array of unique ambient illuminations. Furthermore, MSI also provides additional accessories, including a drawstring bag, catering to gamers who frequently transport their keyboard on their journeys.
As of now, the pricing and specific release date for the VIGOR GK50 Elite TKL Mechanical Keyboard remains shrouded in uncertainty.