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Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard
Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard
Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard
Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard
Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard
Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard

Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard

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Kraken Pro 60% Mechanical Keyboard

Kraken Pro 60 is the best 60% Keyboard choice for gamers looking to step up their setups. Our 60% Mechanical Keyboard comes with highly rated (Lives exceed 100 million presses) Gateron Mechanical Optical Switches, a braided black usb-c keyboard cable, a sleek black keyboard shell, and BRIGHT fully customizable RGB lightighting! The Kraken Pro 60 Mechanical keyboard is trusted by pro players and streamers around the world, which is why it becoming one of the most popular small mechanical keyboards on the market.

Features: 

  • Gateron Mechanical Optical Switches (Brown, Red, Blue, or Silver)
  • Fully programmable RGB lighting
  • Music reactive mode (Lights pulses to music)
  • Water Resistant
  • RGB Software included

GUIDE TO CHOOSING YOUR SWITCH COLOR:

Reds are a very common switch, and for good reason. These linear switches require 45 grams of force to actuate. The light touch makes them a good choice for both gaming and typing. The keys are also the most quiet option.

Browns are some of the most popular switches in gaming keyboards. Browns are tactile switches that require 45 g of force to activate. They don't make much sound, and spring back very quickly after actuation.

Blues are "clicky" switches, meaning they make audible clicking noises every time you depress them. Some users find the noise gratifying; others find it too loud. You won't know until you try. Blues require 50 g of actuation force.

Silver switches are built with gamers in mind. Like Reds, silvers  are linear switches that require 45 g of actuation force. Unlike Reds, though, they travel only 1.2 mm rather than the standard 2 mm. This theoretically lets gamers press keys faster — which can be super helpful in competitive situations.

 

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