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NZXT launches new ‘Function’ gaming keyboards and ‘lift’ gaming mouse: Pricing, specs, availability, and more

NZXT enters the peripheral game

Updated: Mar 16, 2022 9:16 am
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NZXT has just announced its first entries in the gaming peripheral market, the Function keyboard and Lift gaming mouse. It looks to be a strong start for NZXT with both the keyboard and mouse boasting some impressive specs. NZXT made the announcement with a striking 30-second sizzle real via their official Twitter page just a few hours ago.

NZXT enters the peripheral market

NZXT had humble beginnings in 2004 when the founder, Johnny Hou started making products for the DIY PC building enthusiast community, in the years since it’s grown to be one of the most popular PC component manufacturers out there. Their cases are particularly well-regarded for the styling, airflow, and ease of building process. Now they’ve made a splash with some very impressive-looking peripherals, the Function keyboard and Lift mouse.

NZXT Function specs

The NZXT function looks to be a pretty comprehensive keyboard option, given how competitive the market is, and how enthusiastic mech fans are, it’s up against some very stiff competition. The NAXT Function is available in full-size, tenkeyless, and 65% form factors. Currently, it’s only available in ANSI layout, however, there is a greyed-out ISO option on NZXT’s keyboard building webpage. This hints at the eventual release of an ISO version of the NZXT Function for Europeans in the future. The Specs are as follows

  • Gateron mechanical switches, choice of Blue, Brown, Red, Aliaz Silent, and Silent Black Ink.
  • Choice of Black, Grey, or White base color.
  • PBT dye-sublimated, cherry-profile key caps.
  • Accent USB Type-C cable in various colors.
  • Accent key caps in various colors.

NZXT Lift specs

The Lift mouse appears to be targeted at the lightweight gaming mouse market, though not ultralight.

  • 67g/2.3oz.
  • 16,000 DPI optical sensor.
  • Mechanical Omron switches

NZXT Function & Lift Pricing, availability, release date

While we wouldn’t describe the pricing for the NZXT Function and Lift as aggressive, it is fairly reasonable. Both are available right now. The Lift is retailing for $59.99 and the NZXT Function starts at $149.99 for the full-size layout, $129.99 for TKL, and $119.99 for the 65% variant.

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