Asus Cerberus LED Backlit USB Gaming Keyboard
Asus Cerberus Gaming Keyboard, Red/Blue Back-Lit Keys, Wired, USB 2.0, Anti-Ghosting, 19 Key Rollover, Splash-Proof
Full SECC metal plate
Forged from a full SECC metal plate, Cerberus Gaming Keyboard has a rugged, durable design that stands up to the rigors of continuous, intense gaming.
Splash-proof design with drain hole
Cerberus Gaming Keyboard features a splash-proof design to protect against accidentally spilled liquids. An integrated drain hole prevents liquids from being trapped inside the keyboard and ensures easy cleanup after spills, so you can get back to gaming with minimal disruption.
12 macro keys
Cerberus Gaming Keyboard is equipped with 12 dedicated and easy-to-reach macro keys, so you can issue custom in-game commands with a single keystroke and enjoy complete tactical flexibility.
Fully rubberized feet
With fully rubberized feet that provide enhanced friction on any surface, Cerberus Gaming Keyboard stays firmly in place during even the most intense gaming sessions, so you can push for the win without pushing your keyboard around. Features • Full SECC metal plate: Rugged durability.
• Splash-proof design with drain hole: Protects against spilled liquids.
• 12 macro keys: Tactical flexibility.
• Fully rubberized feet: Enhanced friction for strong movements.
|Form Factor||Standard Full Size|
|Language||English (UK) Language|
|Key Switches||Membrane with Rubber Dome|
|Key Rollover||19 Key Rollover|
|Macro Keys||12 Keys (F1-F12)|
|Keyboard Backlighting Functions||
|LED Lighting Colour||Red/Blue|
|Win Lock Key||Yes|
|Dimensions||186 x 41 x 471 mm (WxHxD)|
|Compatible Operating Systems||
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
- 01442 265548
Date Issued: 2nd Jan 2015
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Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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