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The Glorious GMMK Pro is now available as a pre-built keyboard

The pre-built Glorious PC Gaming Race GMMK Pro customisable mechanical keyboard is making its way over to the UK. As of today, the GMMK Pro is available, ready to go right out of the box, while also offering a hot swap design so users can customise the keyboard as they see fit.

Glorious already offers a barebones keyboard and sets of switches and keycaps. This GMMK Pro is pre-built, so the keyboard comes fully set up out of the box, but if you want to make changes later, you still can thanks to the hot-swap switches. This keyboard comes with a 75% layout, or TKL-sized, making it a great fit for any desk and helps save on space.

The GMMK Pro Pre-built features 86 keys with a programmable rotatory encoder. The keyboard uses the new Glorious Fox Linear Mechanical switches which feature a 5-pin hot swap PCB, so you can easily swap the switches out, as well as a south facing LED for per-key backlighting. As you would expect, these LEDs are RGB, so you can customise your keyboard with many different colour variations through the Glorious CORE software.

Compatible for both Windows and Mac, the GMMK Pro Pre-built includes four additional Mac keycaps (2x CMD and 2x Option), as well as a yellow Glorious logo cap that can be used to replace the Esc key. In the box, you'll also find a keycap puller, a switch puller, a padded wrist rest and a 6ft long USB Type-C cable.

The pre-built Glorious GMMK Pro keyboard is available to pre-order via Overclockers UK for £319.99. The barebones version costs £165.95, but you'll have to pay extra for switches and keycaps.

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KitGuru Says: We've seen some high-end gaming keyboards over the years, but many of them don't offer the same customisability as this. What do you all think of the GMMK Pro? 

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