ROCCAT Isku FX Multicolor Gaming Keyboard

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ROCCAT Studios from Germany is a manufacturer that is famous for the churning out of competition gaming peripherals. We have seen our fair share of ROCCAT devices in the past, and this time around, it seems that they have announced the international availability of the next generation, award-winning gaming keyboard to up your game – calling it the ROCCAT Isku FX – Multicolor Gaming Keyboard. The ROCCAT Isku FX will merge the world’s most intelligently engineered gaming keyboard alongside a new multicolor lighting system, delivering virtually infinite possibilities for you to enjoy a completely personalized gaming atmosphere.

For starters, the ROCCAT Isku FX will boast of off-white UV-coated keys, and depending on your whim and fancy, you can choose from backlighting in 16.8 million colors (!) as well as half a dozen adjustable brightness levels. Apart from that, the inclusion of ROCCAT Talk FX will be able to deliver what is deemed to be the “most immersive PC gaming experience to date”, where a prime example of that would be its compatibility with “World of Tanks” by Wargaming, as Talk FX adjusts the lighting of your Isku FX and ROCCAT mouse to synchronize with in-game actions. Whenever a new round starts, both the mouse and keyboard will flash in white in unison, and whenever you are under attack, both devices start to flash in red.

Just how much do you think you would have to fork out for the ROCCAT Isku FX Multicolor Gaming Keyboard? Well, you can pamper yourself with a lovely Christmas present this year, as it is already available from this week onwards for $99.99 a pop. Of course, when you take into consideration the exchange rate, our friends living across the pond would have to fork out a wee bit more as it is going for €99.99. Definitely the red and white flashes would add some Yuletide cheer whenever you game, no?

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