Preorders will be shipped between October 18 and 22.
Everest Core is a minimalistic solution for the enthusiast that likes a slick and stylish design. Featuring per-key RGB lighting and double aluminum faceplates with a brushed and milled finish, Everest Core gives you all the eye candy you crave.
|Color||Gunmetal Gray / Midnight Black|
|Switch Type||3-Pin Cherry MX, hot-swappable|
|Stabilizer||Cherry (plate-mounted, lubricated)|
|Key Rollover||NKRO over USB|
|Polling Rate||1000Hz / 1ms|
|Keycaps||ABS (PBT optional)|
|Onboard memory||Up to 5 profiles|
|On-the-Fly System||Though FN Function Key|
|Interface||USB 3.2 Gen 1|
|Product Dimensions||154x366x41mm (LxWxH)|
|Materials||Aluminum, ABS (PBT optional)|
|Software Support||Base Camp™|
Keycap & Switch combo removal tool|
USB Type-A to C cable (2m)
Extra Cherry MX Switch x5
Extra ESC keycap x1
This keyboard is everything I was hoping for, replaceable switches, media dock and numpad and maximum flexibility. The only thing I'm realistically missing as an optional upgrade is wireless functionality, which would come with it's own set of challenges of course (namely all the LEDs as well as additional tiny screens on numpad & media dock). The one gripe I have with it are the LEDs used, they seem to have a slight red hue in my case and thus having the keys glow in white is not possible, it's very subtle but noticeable to me. Also the magnetic legs can be stacked to stupid heights, I love it - I purchased additional ones and I'm using 5 extenders and feet. 8 extenders + feet seems to be the maximum before the keyboard / numpad no longer sits on the front rubber feet but on the plastic case and thus slides around easier.
Happy with this superb robust keyboard. Enjoy using it every time.
After about 3 months of use, the riser feet have broken down, and one key doesn't work. } key only works when shifted, but cannot type ]. Other than that, amazing packaging, nice typing experience, and great quality other than the one key.