G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse Review – A New Hope to the Ever Growing Computer Peripheral Market

Even though the competition in the computer peripheral market continues to grow each day, and many are wondering if buying a new mouse or keyboard is actually a “need” more than a “want,” but nevertheless, the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse is still trying to muscle in on the endless competition as there is no end in sight for this contest.

G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse Review - A New Hope to the Ever Growing Computer Peripheral Market

There is Still Plenty to Like About the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse

Let’s take a look at the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse separately. Let’s start of the with the KM780 RGB, which is the keyboard portion of the set. For many of those who saw the keyboard, they weren’t initially impressed by its looks. The design is reminiscent to that of the classic keyboard, with a bunch of new buttons located here and there. However, once you are able to get a feel of the material, its entire feature set, and the performance it brings, then you would not look back as to how this thing can perform.

The G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB Keyboard has a USB pass through port, audio connectivity, and a lot of other useful options to provide users, such as a windows key lock, multimedia buttons, and a volume control right on the device.

The keyboard measures in at 518-millimeters long, 172-millimeters deep, and 48-millimeters thick. Furthermore, there is a 4-millimeter pipe that is very noticeable at the top edge of the device. Along the pipe. G.Skill included a small keycap toolbox tool. This can be clipped onto the pipe for quick access to custom gaming keycaps. These keycaps allow gamers to immediately recognize their favored keys without looking away at the monitor.

As for the MX780 Mouse, it looks every bit of awesome. The design is so “teched-out” and it does look quite similar to the Cougar 700K (which is, by the way, still very cool). The mouse is said to be able to tackle a range of games including MMORPGs, FPS, RTS, and MOBA titles. It supports a 1000Hz / 1ms polling rate, a maximum tracking speed of 150 IPS, maximum acceleration of 30G, and an 8200 max DPI. These numbers make it every bit the reason to make the device a great value for your cash.

The G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB & MX780 RGB Keyboard and Mouse does enter the massive competition for computer gaming peripherals, but it delivers a grand entrance into the scene. There is absolutely plenty to like about the keyboard and the mouse to which gamers should not pass up on getting these items.

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