Ozone Strike Mechanical Keyboard

Box and Bundle

The packaging showcases the extreme lifecycle of mechanical boards, which is more than 10 times than that of a regular dome based switch keyboard (read the full explanation on why here). It also shows off the 1000HZ polling rate, but the serious gamers will use the included PS/2 converter making this redundant.

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The back has some more up close pictures and further feature sets laid out.

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Along with the keyboard and its pre-attached USB-PS/2 connector, you get a setup manual, WASD replace keys with red lettering, a key switching tool and an Ozone branded wrist rest.

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