Thermaltake announced the launch of a new mechanical keyboard, the ARGENT K6 RGBwhich boasts a polished aluminum covered chassis where push buttons are mounted Cherry MX Low-Profile RGB (low profile) to choose between its Red or Speed Silver variants that, as expected, have RGB LED lighting, and a useful life of at least 100 million keystrokes before presenting any type of operating problem. This is the company’s first keyboard to use low-profile mechanical switches.
The rest of the known information goes through a complete set of quick buttons for multimedia capabilities, lighting, or a wheel to facilitate lowering or raising the volume, a narrow foam palm rest that is positioned by means of a system of magnets, an internal storage of 4 MB of capacity to store different profiles and macros, and we will have to wait to know its price, although as a reference, its predecessor, the K5, reached a recommended price of 190 euros.
“Designed for both performance and aesthetics, the Thermaltake ARGENT K6 RGB Low-Profile comes with an aluminum top plate with a floating key design and individual key lighting, allowing users to game in style. Another feature is the car audio style multifunction knob on the right side of the keyboard which allows users to adjust the volume, and swipe and switch web pages with ease.Users can also set a custom function via TT iTake software.There are more settings, such as media controls, macro recordings, and a USB and audio pass-through on the front.
The keyboard’s eye-catching light show comes from 16.8 million RGB color lighting and multiple lighting effects. It can be controlled with TT iTake software and is fully compatible with TT RGB PLUS 2.0 products for RGB lighting; syncs with other TT RGB products. For gaming enthusiasts who enjoy an immersive gaming experience, the ARGENT K6 RGB Low Profile is surely the best companion to light up their battles.”