DURGOD Taurus K320; Choose Your Version Of Their Mechanical Keyboard

Source: Nikktech DURGOD Taurus K320; Choose Your Version Of Their Mechanical Keyboard

With Or Without RGBs Depending On Your Preference

The DURGOD Taurus K320 mechanical keyboard series offers you a lot of choices to ensure you end up with the tenkeyless keyboard you actually want.  You can choose between Cherry Black, Blue, Red, Brown or Silver switches to treat your fingers to, not to mention being able to choose a quieter switch for use in public spaces.

The switches aren’t the only choice you are offered, the Corona  features a simple white backlight, while the Nebula has full RGB lighting, with a third version, the one NikkTech reviewed, lacks any backlight and comes in either space grey or plain white colour schemes.  Regardless of the model you choose, all contain a 32-bit ARM processor, steel plate, FR4 double layer PCB, detachable USB-C cable, N-Key rollover, a 1000Hz polling rate, dual height adjusters, programmable keys and even PBT doubleshot keycaps for those that keep track of these things.

You should be able to grab the DURGOD Taurus K320 TKL for under $100 if you so desire.  As the only negatives which NikkTech found were a lack of USB passthrough and no macro keys; other than that the keyboard was solidly built and well designed overall.  It would be nice to see a model which does sport a numpad, but as with RGBs that is a personal choice.

Due to its lack of RGB illumination and available color selection It may be far from the ideal mechanical keyboard for gamers and perhaps even casual users but thanks to its build quality the Taurus K320 model by DURGOD should make a fine choice for professionals.

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