Orange Lighting Switch that was built into Penta Keys is a new generation of mechanical switches which don't use metal contact, but a laser that detects when the key is being pressed. It enables an almost immediate response, high precision and a better typing feeling. The switches require 45g to activate with a 1,50mm travel distance and a durability of up to 100 million clicks. Besides that, the switches return much faster than those in the classic mechanical keyboards which provides the ability to press them again faster. The feeling you get on key press is soft, tactile and incredibly fast.
eSport Arena Penta Keys weighs a 1,000 grams. The top is made out of aluminium and the base out of a high quality ABS which, in combination with the robust legs and knit USB cable, provides durability even to the most demanding users. Penta Keys enables you to simultaneously press and register unlimited amount of keys with a 1,000Hz polling rate that guarantees a 1ms response. It also sends info to the computer a 1,000 times per second.
Every switch has its own RGB lighting diode and each diode is connected to one system which enables fluid transitions and color overflow. Other than a few previously programmed lighting settings, it is possible to configure your own lighting pattern with the help of the eSport Arena Gear software.
Everyone can adjust the eSport Arena Penta Keys to their own gaming habits by using the eSport Arena Gear Software which uploads the configuration to the cloud and automatically synchronizes it with the eSport Arena account.
eSport Arena Gear can be downloaded here.
eSport Arena Penta Keys has up to 24 months of warranty with provided service and tech support until the end of year 2023. To carry out the warranty, you need nothing but the product itself: with the serial number we will be able to know all the necessary details.
eSport Arena Penta Keys is an opto-mechanical keyboard designed to provide an uncompromising pleasure and typing precision with minimal response time. If you thought that every keyboard is the same - you haven't tried Penta Keys.