As a staff who works at a store, it means that you have chances to try some new stuff ahead.
I have tried lots of RGB keyboard, but this one really gives me the impression. Finally, I fall in love with this RGB keyboard.
For me, I prefer the keyboard's typing feeling from the beginning. The RGB effect doesn't really matter to me. For sure, I have friends who have fancy computer decorated by LED cooler fan and other lighting ornaments. Not bad. That's my usual answer.
Recently, Gorge brings me two new models from Durgod and tells me you won't reget for the two. Well, Taurus 320 looks nice as what Durgod always does. Black plastic case, black PBT double shot keycaps. The Font isn't too bad. The new one just installs RGB, which is the big difference with the previous Aurora.
However, Gemini really impresses me. Sure, the design isn't new, even cliche if you would say. For Durgod family, Gemini is definitely new. I want to say the design is completely changed.
Gemini has two separated light system base edge light and switches light. As Aurora's light system, Gemini's light system is controlled by Durgod Zeus Engine.
The case of Gemini has a slop design, making the keyboard more mechanical look. Someone may say it is a gamer's aesthetic. For me, it looks nice compared with Durgod other products.
Gemini uses built-in USB cable instead of splittable USB. That feature may make people confused why they don't use splittable for Gemini. I have no idea as well. For me, that's not a big deal.
USB for Gemini is made by fabric.
Above all, if you want to have a RGB mechanical keyboard with a lower budget, Durgod new RGB keyboards are one of good choice.
Currently, Durgod Taurus Nebula 310 and 320 are available in our store.