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Product OverviewROCCAT® SUORA – FRAMELESS MECHANICAL GAMING KEYBOARD Some gamers want all the bells and whistles, whereas gaming purists want raw, undiluted performance. With the Suora, the gaming purists have found their keyboard. The Suora’s frameless design channels its philosophy as a pure and efficient mechanical keyboard for no-frills gamers. Its robust, compact build with aluminum alloy housing provides a consistent, distraction-free platform. Get closer in touch with pure gaming with the Suora! FeaturesCOMPACT & FRAMELESS The Suora features a unique build in that its design is entirely frameless. No palm rest, no thick border, no thumb keys, and no unnecessary media keys – just high-quality, durable mechanical keys mounted on a durable plate. This raw design lets you get closer in touch with the action, for lightning-fast and distraction-free gameplay. While your enemies are tying their fingers in a knot while they’re lost in a sea of keys, you’ll be one step ahead with your instinctive control.
6 MACRO KEYS Individually programmable for increased command power
ANTI-GHOSTING It isn’t much good having an intuitively designed keyboard built for speed if the keys can’t keep up with your hot action. But you won’t have that problem with the Suora. It rocks an advanced anti-ghosting matrix that ensures every key stroke will be registered, time and time again. With its 1000Hz (1ms) polling rate will be with you every key stroke of the way, each and every time.
SOLID & DURABLE If you play hard, you might be worried that your devices won’t be able to last the distance. No need to worry about that with the Suora. It might have a compact and frameless build, but make no mistake – this is a keyboard that’ll safely see you through war after war. It features a robust aluminum housing that provides a consistent gaming platform. Its solid construction is complemented by tough mechanical keys with a staggering 50 million key stroke lifecycle.
ROCCAT SWARM Swarm is the software incarnation of ROCCAT’s future ready philosophy. It’ll cover you for all relevant gaming platforms and devices. It’s the next-gen system that keeps on top all games, apps and ROCCAT products in one place. Computer side it’s a veritable gaming command HQ, smartphone side it’s a convenient app for an extension of the computer software. Full control at your fingertips.
Standard Full Size
English (UK) Language
Keyboard Backlighting Functions
LED Lighting Colour
Win Lock Key
43 x 12.5 mm (WxHxD)
Compatible Operating Systems
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
ROCCAT Suora, Blue Back-Lit Keys, TTC Brown Mechanical Switches, 1000Hz, Anti-Ghosting, 6 Macro Keys, Wired, USB, Black is rated
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Excellent for work and playThe blue lighting is very nice looking. It can be adjusted by pressing the function key and 'print screen'. It can be set to about 10 different levels of brightness, and has one mode where it slowly oscillates between fully bright and completely off.
The lights on the num lock, caps lock, scroll lock and "game mode" buttons indicate whether they are on or off. For example, when num lock is on, it is always full brightness regardless of your brightness settings for all the other keys.
The game mode button disables the Windows key, which is nice, and it apparently changes the insert, home, delete, etc. buttons to be macro keys if configured. I haven't tested the macro functions however.
The fact that it's frameless is quite ingenious in my opinion. You can see part of the mechanisms under the keys so it's not necessarily the most elegant when viewing it side on. But this does have the added benefit of it being very easy to clean; there's nowhere for dust or toast crumbs to hide! A simple gust of air will clear it out.
It feels heavy duty and robust, and makes the lovely mechanical sound we all know and love. I have been using it for work as well, in my job as a software developer. I find it very easy to type on; much nicer than my previous £10 keyboard.
One thing that worried me before it arrived was whether it was going to have a UK layout, but yes it does: the double quote and @ symbols are where they should be and all text is English.
The only oddity with it is that on the symbol and number keys, the shifted and non-shifted keys are printed the other way round. For example, on the semicolon button, the colon is printed below the semicolon. I thought this was unusual, but it doesn't cause me to make mistakes.
The lack of an armrest could be an issue for you. The keyboard is quite tall, and to use it you need to angle your hand up from your wrists relatively high compared to other keyboards. Because it's mechanical, resting your hands on the keyboard during breaks isn't really possible as the weight presses buttons. This can feel straining sometimes. I may consider buying a rest to lift my wrists up, though I've had it for a couple of weeks and not found it to be a significant issue.