● Compatible with XPG PRIME
● CHERRY MX RGB Key Switches
● 7 Pre-Defined RGB Modes
● Magnetic Ergonomic Wrist Rest
● Media Control Key
● Macro Keys
● 100% Anti-Ghosting Keys
● Sandblasted Aluminum Frame Design
● USB Passthrough
● 9 Replaceable Red Keycaps
● How-to Video
Winning is about having the right weapons and a gaming keyboard is an essential part of any arsenal. The XPG SUMMONER gaming keyboard with CHERRY MX switches and Per-Key RGB backlighting is just what you need.
Support XPG PRIME
XPG PRIME software enables stunning RGB light effects that can be tweaked to the way you want it. What's more, you can program every key to be a macro key, letting you activate just about anything with a press of a key.
CHERRY MX RGB Key Switches
Equipped with mechanical CHERRY MX RGB key switches, the XPG SUMMONER gives you excellent stability, tactile feedback, and the utmost precision.
SPEED SILVER: Fast and Sensitive
BLUE: Audible and Tactile
RED: Linear and Quiet
RGB Backlight Modes
XPG SUMMONER inspires your gaming hue effects with 7 preset RGB backlight modes.
Media Controls, Marco Keys, and 100% Anti-Ghosting
Media Keys - Adjust volume easily and quickly
Macro Keys - Record complex sequences and push the designated macro key to perform the action for you
100% Anti-Ghosting - No more signal conflicts or missed key presses
Detachable Magnetic Wrist Rest
XPG SUMMONER's cushioned wrist rest provides enhanced comfort for long gaming sessions, and its magnetic design can be detached with ease.
Connect conveniently and power up your other peripherals or mobile devices.
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||449 x 135 x 44 mm|
Wrist Rest Specifications
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||445 x 88 x 19 mm|
|Key Switch||CHERRY MX Speed Silver/Red/Blue|
|Lighting Effect||7 RGB lighting modes (Static / Breathing / Trigger / Explosion / Color Cycle / Color Wave / WASD mode)|
|Number of keys||104/105/109 (Depending on Localization)|
|Interface||2x USB 2.0 type A, 1 Pass-through port|
|Working Voltage||5V DC|
|Polling Rate||1000 hz|
|Keystroke Lifecycle||Over 100 million strokes|