The two keyboards launched by Keysonic are the KSK-8003 UX and KSK-6001 UELX keyboards.
One advantage of the peripherals is that they both boast full macro support across all keys, which means that many different profiles can be stored and used at the user's discretion. The more important feature of the devices, however, is their Anti-Ghosting function, which allows for four or more keys to be pressed (and registered) at the same time.
The KSK-8003 UX is the largest out of the two new models, with dimensions of 433 x 140 x 33 mm. It uses a spill-resistant design and the Soft-Touch membrane, which, as its name implies, allows key strokes to be soft and silent. The device connects via USB, through a 1.8m cable and has LED indicators for Caps-lock, Num-lock and Scroll-lock.
This device's smaller sibling, the KSK-6001 UELX, only measures 393 x 158 x 24 mm, but has the same 1.8m cable and Soft-Touch membrane, with an added benefit being the blue LED backlighting. Obviously meant to provide visibility in low-lighting conditions, the backlight can be easily switched on and off through the press of a button.
Already available, with either QWERTY or AZERTY layouts, the KeySonic KSK-8003 UX and KSK-6001 UELX gaming kayboards carry price tags of 17.90 Euro and 24.90 Euro, respectively.