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    Gigabyte announces a quintet of G-series gaming monitors

    And launches the Aorus K1 mechanical gaming keyboard with Cherry MX keyswitches.
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    Re: Gigabyte announces a quintet of G-series gaming monitors

    Not sure why companies continue to churn out these mediocre products in such a saturated market. That keyboard for example looks almost identical to the 1000 other RGB-lit, Cherry MX-switched mechanical gaming keyboards out there. Can we get some innovation please?

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    Re: Gigabyte announces a quintet of G-series gaming monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Skorne View Post
    Not sure why companies continue to churn out these mediocre products in such a saturated market. That keyboard for example looks almost identical to the 1000 other RGB-lit, Cherry MX-switched mechanical gaming keyboards out there. Can we get some innovation please?
    These keyboards must have way more cpu power than the 8 bit computers of my youth, it does seem a bit pointless that all they can do is glow an LED. Heck, my mouse here has way more compute power than the Atari ST I used to game on.

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