G Skill has launched its KM360 mechanical gaming keyboard at $49.99. It is a tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard with 87-keys in total, i.e. there is no Numpad. The KM360 comes with Cherry MX Red mechanical switches, which will appeal to gamers and professionals alike.
GSkill KM360 Keyboard Design
The GSkill KM360 keyboard has an aluminum top-plate with a brushed finish for a premium aesthetic. The bottom is a plastic case that is sturdy and doesn’t flex. It comes with ABS double injection keycaps whose lettering won’t fade with time. They feel smooth when typing, without any bumps or indentations.
The keys feature adjustable white LED backlights for late-night gaming sessions or typing in the dark. You can adjust the brightness in five steppings (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%). Even the indicators of the Caps Lock and Scroll Lock keys are integrated into the keys themselves. The Caps Lock key will shine brighter when you switch it on.
GSkill KM360 Keyboard Specifications
The GSkill KM360 is a wired keyboard that has a USB Type-C port to connect to a USB 2.0 port on a computer or laptop. Its port allows the cable to be detached for easy storage while traveling. You have the freedom of replacing the cable if it wears out.
The small size of the G Skill KM360 keyboard makes it suitable for gamers and professionals who travel often. It doesn’t have any macro keys or multimedia keys, but considering its price, they are not a big deal. It has N-key rollover for all keys and anti-ghosting as well. There is no software support, and you can use the function and arrow keys on the keyboard to adjust the brightness.
GSkill KM360 keyboard is available in black and white colors, each with white LED backlight. Both the variants of the GSkill KM360 keyboard carry a price tag of $49.99 and come with a one-year limited warranty. It is one of the cheapest mechanical keyboards with Cherry MX switches that will suit gamers and professionals alike. Also, read about Logitech’s new G915 LIGHTSPEED and G815 LIGHTSYNC keyboards.