|Model Number||Vigor GK50 Low Profile US|
|Part Number||Vigor GK50 Low Profile US|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Product Dimensions||43.43 x 14.22 x 3.3 cm; 997.9 Grams|
|Item Weight||998 g|
|Item Model Number||Vigor GK50 Low Profile US|
|Date First Available||26 October 2019|
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|Number of keys||104|
|Style||Vigor GK50 Low Profile US|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||43.4 x 14.2 x 3.3 centimetres|
About this item
- Low profile mechanical switches provide speed, accuracy, and endurance
- Slim and lightweight design
- The ergonomic high low keycap design reduces strain and pain of hands and wrists
- Brushed metal top plate and octagonal shaped keycaps
- Stunning per key RGB lighting and several effects
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MSI low-profile RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard VIGOR GK50 LOW PROFILE US, Low Profile with Kailh Low Profile Mechanical Switches, Stunning Per Key RGB Lighting with Several Effects, Fully Programmable Keys with N-key rollover, Fine-tune detail settings with Dragon Center, Slim and Lightweight Design
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Like many people I almost always view keyboards and other peripherals with "if it aint broke I won't replace it". I generally keep keyboards and mice for 10 years or until they break, I also rip the keycaps off and clean them with isoprophyl alcohol every single month as if the second coming of Jesus Christ was imminent. I hate dirty keys.
Anywhoo this time for me is different though, I got the GK50 LP for one reason it was cheap and the bonus was the reviews were very good. I didn't need another kb but I wanted this one to have an alternate setup for my notebook. For the price it is unbeatable. I spent over $240 5.5 years ago on a Corsair K70 RGB and that hurt (it still does and it seems ridiculous thinking back).
Switching (HA) from MX Browns to these Kalih Choc Whites was a concern to me, would I like them? What did they really sound like? Will they drive away animals and small children making them go mad with rage upon the fury of my clickitus clackitus????? YES YES YES and yes! I am happy to report the clack and click sounds are perfect. Certainly not as deep as full length switches could be I assume but to each your own good people. The Browns always sounded like something was missing to me I only did it at the time because I did not know that what I really wanted was the typewriter feels. I feel alive at work again and it bothers the hell out of EVERYONE HAHAHAHAHAHA. JUST GET IT