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Saturday, 23 August 2008 14:26

OCZ´s Alchemy series starts

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Games Convention 08: Elixir gaming keyboard

We had a chance to see and try OCZ's Elixir keyboard, the first product in OCZ's new Alchemy series. The keyboard looks good and feels good as the keys are rubberized.

The main advantage is that it has very few glossy parts so those annoying fingerprints should not be a problem with the Elixir. Besides the ten macro keys, the new Elixir keyboard also has fourteen other buttons meant for either opening your browser, scrolling, volume control and a lot of other more or less standard features.

The keyboard should be available soon and the retail price should end up at around €30 in Europe and around $50 in the USA.

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