ROCCAT Debuts its First Mechanical Gaming Keyboard at CES 2013 James White January 7, 2013 Press Release ROCCAT continues its conquest of the American PC gaming peripheral front. Once again at CES 2013, we can all look forward to a showing of several items once only available in the EU being brought over to US soil. We can also look forward to the worldwide release of their first ever mechanical keyboard the Kyos MX Pro. This keyboard comes with 33% more in-gaming butt whipping capabilities. While I made that up, the Kyos MX Pro does have the same great features you find in other ROCCAT keyboards. This includes the N-key rollover for anti-ghosting, dual 32-bit ARM Cortex processors, 2 MB onboard memory, programmable keys, and a built-in media hub. You will now have the option of 4 Cherry MX switches including black, red, blue, or brown depending on your needs and preferences. The keys are all individually illuminated and the casing has an anti-smug coating. The ROCCAT Kyos MX Pro will be the end of complaints about how your keyboard got stuck or didn’t respond to you pressing “don’t die” over and over. For more information go to the ROCCAT Ryos MX Pro page. [hide-this-part morelink=”Full Press Release”] ROCCAT™ Debuts 2013 Lineup of PC Gaming Peripherals ROCCAT’s first-ever mechanical keyboard, Ryos, along with a Beta version of Power Grid, and the newly available Kone XTD and Kone Pure all on display at CES January 4, 2013 – ROCCAT will be showing its new product developments in gaming peripherals and software at CES in Las Vegas on January 8 – 11, 2013. Some of the ROCCAT highlights at this year’s show will include the brand’s first-ever mechanical keyboard and the first software project for the company from Hamburg, Germany – the Power-Grid app, which has now passed Beta testing. In addition, several ROCCAT products at CES are newly available to US gamers, including the gaming mice Kone XTD and Kone Pure along with the multicolor gaming keyboard Isku FX. ROCCAT founder and CEO, René Korte, on the significance of CES for the company: “We announced ROCCAT’s entrance to the American market here exactly 12 months ago. The feedback from gamers and media worldwide has been overwhelmingly positive and we’re here again to prove that ROCCAT sets the rules when it comes to gaming peripherals.” ROCCAT™ Ryos – Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Series with unique per-key illumination With Ryos, ROCCAT has succeeded in defining a new standard for mechanical gaming keyboards. The Ryos is the first gaming keyboard ever that features per-key lighting and up to two 32-bit ARM cortex processors. The keyboard can display key functions, macros and even health or mana bars thanks to this technology. The included SDK makes what’s possible limited only by the player’s imagination. 2 MB internal Flash storage makes the Ryos ultra responsive. The ROCCAT Ryos Keyboard Series comes with up to four different CHERRY MX key switches (black, brown, red, and blue). The release is planned for the first quarter of 2013. ROCCAT™ Power-Grid – PC control via smartphone passes beta The ROCCAT Power-Grid turns a smartphone into a fully customizable remote control for the PC. Users can set up different grids to control, for example custom settings for Windows, Skype, Media Player or games. The app provides pre-set grids for several games, e.g. Starcraft 2, Skyrim and League of Legends. But it also lets users set up their own grids that fit their individual needs. And not only does the Power-Grid control the PC – it works in reverse as well. The app can provide the user with additional information on his smartphone touchscreen. For instance, maps or high scores can be displayed. The user can call up the central news feeds from different hardware and gaming sites via the now standard integrated Media-Grid. ROCCAT has also completed the development of an accompanying SDK, which will provide developers with the opportunity to code unique features that benefits their users. One example is the integration of Born Ready Games’ long-awaited space shooter, “Strike Suite Zero”. At a glance, gamers will be able to see in-game statistics about their accuracy, the number of missiles fired, and much more. This information isn’t available anywhere else in the game, and it provides additional advantages to the user: if you increase your accuracy, for example, you’ll get more points. New ROCCAT hardware for the American market With the gaming mice ROCCAT Kone XTD and Kone Pure and the gaming keyboard ROCCAT Isku FX, the gaming peripherals manufacturer from Hamburg is launching all of its new products onto the American market. Now US gamers can enjoy the latest ROCCAT hardware, too. ROCCAT will also be presenting these products again for interested visitors at the CES 2013. [/hide-this-part] Share This With The World!