Roccat Pyro Review | PC gamer

In a world where gaming keyboards incessantly offer lots of flashy lights, analog switches, activation per. key, optical contacts and the like, using Roccat Pyro for a few weeks feels like you’ve been brought back to Earth for a while. moment. It is a much more robust and simplified mechanical board that needs no theater or special features to cope with, especially for its more pocket-friendly price of $ 130 (£ 90) or so.

Roccat Pyro specifications

Roccat Pyro pictured on a desk with RGB lighting enabled

(Image credit: Future)

Contact: TTC red
Keys: ABS, laser etched
Lighting: RGB pr. key
Built-in storage: Up to 3 profiles
Additional ports: None
Connection type: USB Type-A
Cable: 1.8m non-braided cable
Weight: 2.4 lbs
Price: $ 130 / £ 90

Its construction is a fine blend of durable plastic along with a metal top plate that is both smooth and adds a welcome structural rigidity to the Pyro. There is a good weight on the board with a good build quality, which means that the Pyro should be able to withstand long writing sessions with ease, along with a few desktop mashes if you happen to lose a few rounds of CS: GO (just play with bots , makes life easier).

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