At this year’s CES 2019 conference, Mad Catz released the new Strike 4 and Strike 2 gaming keyboards. The former uses the Cherry MX cherry mechanical shaft and has 16.8 million color backlit backlights. The Strike 2 is a thin film gaming keyboard. RGB Symphony Light Effects, both of which are aimed at mainstream players, will be officially released in the first quarter of this year, with white/black color matching, and the price has not yet been announced.
The two models have the same design, the lines are tough and angular, the integrated steel panel, the small palm rest on the bottom is printed and coated, and the full key layout adopts the suspension shaft scheme, which is very convenient for cleaning and maintenance.Â Strike 4 uses the Cherry MX cherry mechanical shaft, full-key no-rush, promises 50 million tapping life, has 16.8 million RGB illusion backlight, all buttons can be set through the FLUX driver button properties, macro and backlight.
The slightly lower Strike 2 uses a thin film solution. The shaft reinforcement has a mechanical feel, supports up to 26 keys without punching, and the main mute noise reduction. It also has RGB illusion effect, adjustable backlight mode, speed and brightness, etc. Players who are not demanding.Â Both models are equipped with ABS two-color injection-backlit keycaps, with a non-keyline separation design behind them, supporting up to 1000Hz return rate adjustment.