Keyboard enthusiasts are always looking for the next big thing. Brands like Cooler Master, Thermaltake, and Corsair have been pushing the envelope of design and performance with their mechanical keyboards. Each brand has some unique feature to set them apart from the competition; whether it is a full metal frame or water resistance. Today we look at another new entry in this crowded market: GMMK Pro by GeeekTech.
The GMMK Pro is a gaming keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches and dedicated media buttons. It also has full RGB backlighting, which means it can be programmed to display any color or pattern you like. The question I’m getting at is: Does the GMMK Pro have foam? If that doesn’t make sense to you right now, read on and I’ll explain! (continue reading)
The GMMK Pro is a mechanical keyboard with Kailh Brown switches. These are tactile and quiet switches, which make them ideal for office use. The keyboard also has backlighting that can be customized to your liking. There is one problem though: it comes with foam instead of rubber feet on the underside of the board.
This means that it slides around easily when in use, making noise and distracting you from work! I will show you how to fix this issue in just a few easy steps so you can get back to being productive at work or home without any distractions from your new keyboard!
I am writing about the GMMK Pro Gaming Mechanical Keyboard. This keyboard is a great choice for gamers and non-gamers alike, but it does not come with any foam or rubber that you might expect to get if you were buying a new mouse pad.