When you start looking for peripherals for your gaming PC or laptop, you usually find a very attractive offer but it is also usually characterized by high prices.
That is precisely what Lidl wants to solve, which had already launched peripherals of this type but has just launched some new gaming keyboard and mouse designed for those scenarios. Its benefits may be a step below other more ambitious proposals, but that allows a fundamental advantage: these peripherals are very affordable.
To begin with, we have a “semi-mechanical” gaming keyboard —it is not specified what this system consists of— in which we find the anti-ghosting function on all the keys and also keys with multimedia shortcuts.
In addition, the keyboard —which is connected by cable— has a wrist rest which provides greater comfort in use. Response or actuation force—the amount of force the key needs to detect that it has been pressed—is 50g, similar to that of traditional Cherry MX Blue switches.
Silvercrest semi-mechanical gaming keyboard
Travel is 4mm, also following in the footsteps of that guy for those popular switches used on a large number of mechanical keyboards. The keyboard has adjustable backlighting, although there are no details about its customization possibilities, if any. Its price is 34.99 eurosVAT included.
The second peripheral is the LED gaming mouse, which has a Ergonomic design which is very reminiscent of the Logitech G502 Hero and uses a rubber-coated grip area for better grip and control.
The mouse features 8 programmable buttons, a maximum speed of 220 IPS, a resolution of up to 12,000 DPI, a polling rate of 1,000 Hz, and a maximum acceleration of 30 G.
This peripheral is also connected via cable and has two selectable lighting modes. Its price is 29.99 eurosVAT included.
Ratón gaming LED Silvercrest
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