With the GXT863 Mazz, Trust launches another, third gaming keyboard with mechanical switches alongside the GXT 877 Scarr and the GXT 865 Asta. This one relies on Red switches from Outemu, which have similar specifications to the comparable models from Cherry and require a slightly higher release force.
Furthermore, Trust advertises the keyboard with typical gaming features: A colorful illumination, an N-key rollover and a Winlock function are promised. At launch, the GXT863 Mazz is supposed to cost 50 Euros, which would currently make it one of the cheapest mechanical keyboards. Currently, the model is offered for € 42.01*.
We’ll clarify how the GXT 863 Mazz fares at its starting price and whether it’s a keyboard worth recommending below.
|Dimensions||437 x 136 x 35 mm|
|Connection||USB, cable fixed, 1.8 m|
|Lighting||Six color (white, red, orange, green, blue, purple)|
|Price||Trust GXT 863 Mazz*|
Scope of delivery
When it comes to the scope of delivery, Trust limits itself to the bare essentials with the GXT 863 Mazz. The keyboard is delivered in a colorfully printed cardboard box; in addition to the device itself, only a note sheet with legal information and a manual explaining the most important functions are included.