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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:12pm 12/10/17 | 13 Comments
A mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting? That can only mean one thing. A piece of kit aimed firmly at the gamer market. And the ASUS Cerberus Mech RGB is definitely a solid entry on that front, especially when you factor in that it weighs in at over 1.2kg. Great features, solid mechanical keys, and funky lights round out this very cool gaming keyboard.

Solid can often be sued to describe peripherals, which refers to build quality often citing weight. The ASUS Cerberus Mech RGB is not only solid, it’s the sort of keyboard that you’ll need two hands to even think about making it budge or move after it’s situated on a desk. Which is actually really impressive, because in the world of PC gaming tech keyboards are the only real items where a weight of well over 1kg makes any sort of sense.

The Cerberus has a great soft rubberised finish which helps amplify the RGB lighting. It’s a great feel that works well with the Kaihua mechanical switches. The extra weight and the quality switches, rated at 70-million-keystroke-lifespan, make for a great type. And an even better game.

Click Here to Read Our Full ASUS Cerberus Mech RGB Keyboard Review


Latest Comments
Posted 10:06am 13/10/17
When are keyboard manufacturers going to learn that if you give me an $80 keyboard with volume buttons, I'll take it over a $150 one?

It's practically the only reason I bought the K75 over cheaper models :(
Posted 10:38am 13/10/17
I cant work without play/pause and volume keys
Posted 11:21am 13/10/17
I'm waiting for the Asus Horus GK2000 RGB to come out in Australia. I need my wrist pad!
Posted 11:37am 13/10/17
Yep, I think one of the big things lacking in these gaming keyboards are proper wrist pads.... tried looking for a separate wrist pad the other day and couldn't find one...
Posted 11:59am 13/10/17
Any chance you can get ASUS to send you a reviewers copy of that ?? I'll gladly take it off your hands afterwards.

It's already available internationally. Thinking of getting it shipped here but gonna give it another couple of weeks to arrive locally.
Posted 12:23pm 13/10/17
Hey Strik3r... i'll ask :)
Posted 12:30pm 13/10/17
Hey now, if there is loot going around we need to start looking at post counts and user ids I think!
Posted 12:50pm 13/10/17
I've always said you were a stand up bloke Kosta!

quality > quantity hoggy :P
Posted 12:50pm 13/10/17
Hah! Actually with the number of hardware partners we've got at the moment. If anyone is keen on actually reviewing peripherals and PC hardware let me know.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:41pm 13/10/17
This ^^

Seriously guys, don't be afraid to put your hand up!
Posted 03:43pm 13/10/17
I'm waiting for a low profile, low key-profile mech keyboard. A few manufacturers are about to come out with them...

This ^^

Seriously guys, don't be afraid to put your hand up!

Yep! Sign me up. What hardware specifically?

My brother would be interested in mechanical keyboards, he loves em for some reason.
Posted 04:16pm 13/10/17
@Kosta - I have a full Asus Aura RGB system (case, mobo, ram, gfx all aura enabled) that I have just built, so if you can get a Horus for me to review, I can do a thorough job.
Posted 04:51pm 13/10/17
Awesome... Striker I've put in a request as that sounds right up your alley... Greazy, mech keyboards shouldn't be problem either... HyperX are coming out with a low profile one soon... anyone interested drop me an email at kosta[at]

This can extend to everything from peripherals to cases to cooling to perhaps even components and storage too

Then we can build a AsuGamers hardware review powerhouse together! :)
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