When it comes to keyboards with a small form factor, such as 60% models, these are usually used more among keyboard enthusiasts. However, it seems that these smaller form factor keyboards are gradually gaining ground as Razer recently announced the 60% Huntsman Mini, and now it looks as if ASUS has also participated.
ASUS is not 60%, but has introduced a 65% model with the ROG Falchion. What is the difference between these two models? A 60% keyboard typically does without the arrow keys and certain navigation keys such as Page Up and Page Down (these are accessible in layers), while 65% retain the arrow group and some navigation keys.
With the ROG Falchion, ASUS has developed a wireless mechanical keyboard that uses a dongle that connects to computers via 2.4 GHz WLAN. The company boasts a 1 ms response time, so a delay should be relatively imperceptible to most users. There is also an integrated touch strip on the left side of the keyboard, which users can customize to suit their needs.
The ASUS ROG Falchion uses Cherry MX switches, but ASUS does not specify which model is used. There is still no word on prices or availability. However, if you are looking for a small form factor keyboard with dedicated arrow keys, this may be a keyboard to look out for.
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