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ASUS Announces their ROG Claymore and ROG Claymore Core keyboards

ASUS Announces ROG Claymore and ROG Claymore Core

ASUS Announces ROG Claymore and ROG Claymore Core

ASUS announces their ROG Claymore and ROG Claymore Core

ASUS has today officially announced their ROG Claymore mechanical keyboards, with ASUS Aura RGB Lighting, and exclusive ASUS features when used with ASUS motherboards like fan speed controls. 
 
This keyboard will be available as a tenkeyless ROG Claymore Core and as a full-sized ROG Claymore keyboard, which both use Cherry MX RGB switches and full n-key rollover. This keyboard will be available with Cherry MX Red, Blue, Brown and black switches, making this keyboard suitable for any key type preference.  
 
The ASUS Claymore will contain built-in flash memory and will be able to store up to 5 customised key profiles as well as a default profile, which can all be adjusted with ASUS' Armoury dashboard. The ASUS Armoury app will also be able to log data like key presses during a game and other statistical data if the user wishes. 
 
 

  

ASUS Announces ROG Claymore and ROG Claymore Core

 

The ASUS Claymore Core will release in the UK on November 14th for £139.99 and will be available in a full tenkey version at a later date. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' ROG Claymore Mechanical keyboard on the OC3D Forums

  

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08-11-2016, 08:59:22

Warchild
Id rather take a Ducky over this, especially when they are around the same price. Those keys do not look very low profile at all, but it could just be the angle of the photo.Quote

08-11-2016, 13:24:17

SparkleDJackson
Mmmmmmmmm. Id pick this after I inevitably buck my blackwidow ultimate out the window after spawn death for the 50th time in a round of conquest in bf1Quote

08-11-2016, 17:29:39

jimma47
"The ASUS Armoury app will also be able to log data like key presses during a game and other statistical data if the user wishes." OMG telemetry!! J/K -It's good that it's optional though.

Doesn't look too bad. I'm in need of replacing my ancient G510 and I'm after something narrower. I use numpad a lot at work but not so much at home so happy to lose it. This would fit nicely between my flight stick and throttle.

The only thing I don't like is the lack of dedicated media keys and volume scroll wheel. I love the one on mine (similar to the Corsair style) and while the Ducky's literally do look the ducks proverbial I think this one is pretty spot on.Quote

09-11-2016, 02:16:46

tolagarf
It's a shame there's no wrist rest. Else it would had been the perfect keyboard for me. For now I guess I'll just wear down this Asus Echelon keyboard instead Quote
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