SureFire has introduced four new gaming keyboards. Since Verbatim launched its special gaming brand a little over a year and a half ago, we’ve already been treated to some accessory highlights for gamers. Besides a fancy headset, SureFire also launched custom gaming mice. Now, the brand is looking to launch keyboards in different sizes, with different keys, and at different price points. The brand from hardware experts Verbatim aims to cover almost all tastes and budgets.
SureFire KingPin M1
If you don’t have too much space available on your desk, you’ll inevitably reach for a compact keyboard. This is where the SureFire KingPin M1 comes into play. Due to its lack of a number pad, function keys and arrow keys, it shrinks to a 60 percent size compared to conventional keyboards. The manufacturer also advertises it as the perfect keyboard for mobile use due to its compact format. But the small keyboard is not only supposed to score with its practicality.
On top of that, the keys are supposed to create a great feel when gaming and typing. This is made possible by the red mechanical keys. These are supposed to be characterized by a particularly smooth texture and a pleasingly low spring resistance. Furthermore, the manufacturer promises 100% anti-ghosting, a fancy RGB illumination and extensive macro settings. A matching software is supposed to enable the adjustment of RGB and macros without any problems.
SureFire KingPin M2
For those with enough space, the KingPin M2 is a full-size mechanical keyboard. The exciting metal design not only gives the keyboard a cool industrial look, but also makes a robust impression, at least in the pictures. Not only the body is supposed to be robust. On top of that, the manufacturer promises that the keys should be able to withstand fifty million keystrokes. Fast response times and a light springiness of the mechanical keys should ensure successful gaming sessions.
Also on board is fancy RGB lighting, which should be customizable with the right software. As with the M1, there is also anti-ghosting, which is supposed to prevent accidental inputs during fast typing. However, SureKing also has more keys due to the larger dimensions. So you get twelve function keys here, which can be assigned as you wish.
SureFire KingPin X1
The SureFire KingPin X1 is another gaming keyboard in the 60 percent form factor. However, SureFire does not rely on mechanical keys here. Instead, membrane keys are used. As with the M1, SureFire also tries to accommodate the most important keys for gamers here. This means that arrow keys, function keys and number keys are omitted here.
If you can do without these keys and want to save space instead, this is the place to be. Of course, the keyboard also has RGB lighting on board. There are different lighting modes here, which you can regulate according to your mood.
SureFire KingPin X2
Of course, there is also the X1 in normal size. The SureFire KingPin X2 not only offers arrow and number keys. On top of that, there are twelve practical function keys that you can freely assign. Furthermore, the gaming keyboard with membrane keys offers 25 anti-ghosting keys.
In turn, a sturdy metal frame is supposed to provide robustness and a chic look. Due to the exposed LEDs, SureFire also provides bright RGB lighting here.
Prices and Availability
SureFire has something for everyone with its four new keyboards. You can buy the four gaming keyboards now from SureFire’s official partner retailers. Links to purchase and more information are available on the official website.