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The SAVIO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is an uncompromising combination of top quality and low price. Specially designed “double-injection” keys have been combined with reliable OUTEMU BROWN switches.
Tempest RX is a TKL (tenkeyless) keyboard, i.e. a tournament keyboard without a numeric block with a total of 87 keys.
Switch Outemu BROWN is a universal, quiet switch for writing and playing with perceptible resistance as in the case of the BLUE switch, but without a characteristic click. Low pressure – just 55g with a noticeable response at the time of activation.
TKL (tenkeyless) tournament keyboard without a numeric block,
Used switches OUTEMU BROWN 55g give you noticeable response at the time of activation
Universal, quiet transition to writing and playing
N-Key Rollover, Anti-Ghosting (the ability to press all selected keys)
Non-abrasive keys produced by the “double-injection” method
Aluminum keyboard surface
Keys backlight with the function of selecting over 10 modes
Possibility of choosing backlight modes for the most popular games
Lock the Windows keyboard and all keys
Backlight intensity adjustment
Rubber elements that ensure keyboard stability during operation
Ability to change WSAD keys to arrows
The keyboard can be raised for comfortable use.
The SAVIO TEMPEST RX – TKL (tenkeyless) gaming keyboard is a tournament keyboard without a classical numeric block. It has 87 non-abrasive buttons made by the “double incjection” method.
The small size: 357mm x 125mm x 38mm makes it fit in any environment.
To ensure the best quality during use, the keyboard has been equipped with rubber elements to prevent it from moving on the desk.
If you are looking for a compromise between the OUTEMU RED and OUTEMU BLUE switches, i.e. lack of clicks and the resistance of the key – choose the Tempest RX keyboard with BROWN switches.