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G.Skill launches 65% mechanical keyboard with swappable switches, pudding keycaps and RGB

While G.Skill is best known for its high-performance memory, the company has also released some very good peripherals over the years too. Today, the company is unveiling its latest mechanical keyboard, the KM250, a compact 65% keyboard with pudding keycaps for upgraded RGB lighting.

Featuring PBT dual-injection pudding keycaps, hot-swappable key switches, a detachable USB Type-C cable, a volume control knob, and hotkey-controlled RGB backlighting, the KM250 RGB is a customizable, portable mechanical keyboard that offers comfort, convenience, and a good dose of style. The keyboard comes in a 65% form factor, so it is smaller than most traditional keyboards and has just 67 keys in total, which should be enough for most functions.

The keycaps use dual-injection PBT to increase wear resistance, so your keys shouldn't fade for a long time to come. Beyond that, the keyboard is 3-pin and 5-pin compatible, so you can swap in any compatible mechanical switch you like. As standard, the keyboard ships with a set of Kailh Red switches.

The G.Skill KM250 is surprisingly cheap too, coming in at $54.99 on Amazon US.

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KitGuru Says: This seems like a very decent mechanical keyboard for the price. Pudding keycaps are always a winner for RGB lovers too.

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