Want to compete with the top? Trust Gaming releases two new mechanical keyboards that increase response time and allow you to take your gaming experience to the next level.
Two new mechanical gaming keyboards with quick responding GXT-White switches and full LED backlight are developed that will help you improve your response time. Due to the mechanical keys, you will be able to make split-second decisions while gaming. Both keyboards have a Dedicated Gaming mode that disables the Windows key and activates macro keys, which makes it perfect for hardcore gaming sessions. The on-board memory lets you program up to 4 macro keys so you can personalize the keyboard to your liking. The mechanical keys are extremely durable and last up to 50 million key strokes and each key can be separately illuminated with the full LED backlight. Both keyboards have N-key rollover anti-ghosting, 1000hz polling rate and 5ms response time.
GXT 880 and GXT 870
The GXT 880 Mechanical Keyboard has a long, nylon braided cable (170 cm) that will keep it from tangling and is ideal for when you are gaming at home since it has a separate numpad. The GXT 870, on the other hand, is ideal for when you need to travel to gaming events. It has no numpad and therefore takes up less space. It makes it easier to take it with you and fits in the small space you usually get during tournaments and LAN parties.
About Trust International B.V.
Trust provides value for money extras to get maximum out of your personal devices. Within our broad assortment, you will find everything you can imagine for your tablet, desktop, laptop, gaming device, smartphone and more. Trust is established in 1983 and is based in Dordrecht (The Netherlands). The company operates internationally and is active in parts of Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and South America. Nowadays, Trust has over 200 employees worldwide.
Check out our webpage for more information about the GXT 880
The GXT 870 will be available soon, more information can be found on theTrust website
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