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Das Keyboard unveils new Division Zero product line for eSports and pro gaming community

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Das Keyboard has come up with a new brand and product line for PC pro gaming and eSports community, Division Zero. The first products announced under the new line include the X40 Pro Gaming mechanical keyboard, X40 gaming switch, M50 Pro Gaming mouse, and 47W mouse pads.

The Division Zero X40 Pro Gaming mechanical keyboard is claimed to be the only gaming keyboard to offer interchangeable metal top panels. Gamers can choose from four different color options (red, olive, mustard, and silver) and two different designs to customize it. It offers programmable macros, red backlighting, permanent full n-key rollover with anti-ghosting and multi-key press capability, Gaming mode control, USB 2.0 pass-through, and an extra-long braided cable for better cable management on your desk. The keyboard utilizes all-new Alpha-Zulu mechanical gaming switches developed by Das Keyboard with gold contacts and 1.7mm actuation.

X40 switches

The M50 Pro Gaming mouse is the company’s new ambidextrous offering which utilizes premium materials, metal components, and includes all the advanced features to give you an edge over your opponents. It uses a 6400 DPI 4G laser sensor with on-the-fly adjustable DPI settings. You also get 9 programmable macro buttons, up to 6 game profiles with individual settings, 4D tilt scroll wheel, diecast aluminum shoe and ultra-quiet low-friction Teflon feet, and impressive durability with a 20 million click life cycle and primary buttons supporting 300 clicks per minute.


The Division Zero product line also includes the 47W-Flex, Control, and Speed mouse pads offering superior quality and versatility to demanding gamers. A Division Zero mouse bungee has also been announced.

The X40 Pro Gaming Keyboard, M50 Pro Gaming mouse, and the 47W mouse pads are currently available in the US for $149, $79, and $19, respectively.

Via: TechPowerUp



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