Joyway Debuts Four New IYX Gaming Keyboards at Gamescom 2023

Gamescom 2023 has now begun in Cologne, and four new keyboards have made their debut via the high-end IYX brand launched by Joyway.

Far from your average keyboards, these four boast incredible comfort, features, and value for money. But let’s go into detail on why this is a quartet you need to check out – especially if you’re a gamer.

Karloff
Karloff

First off is the Karloff, it’s an impressive beast with a carbon fiber surface and an all-metal CNC body. It offers a truly tactile experience, especially when used for gaming.

The keyboard’s magnetic carbon fiber wrist rest accommodates a 20,000mAh battery, which supports wireless charging. This means you get uninterrupted keyboard power, hugely useful for gaming on the go.

Karloff
Karloff

There’s the usual comfort of life features too, including a detachable display module that shows a clock and timer. Alongside this, there are multi-layer compartments, customized switches, full-key hot-swapping support, and 3 connecting modes – wired and wireless.

Opal
Opal

Next is the Opal, which immediately catches the eye with its multicolored look. There’s a magnetic suspension GASKET structure boasting adaptable soft and hard modes. 

Switches on the side of the keyboard allow you to customize it to work best for whatever you have in mind too. Whether that’s a full day slaving away in the home office or an epic multiple-hour gaming session.

Opal
Opal

To add to the customization features you can adjust the keyboard’s lighting and even use it to browse the web via specific gestures. Then to round off the extra bells and whistles there’s a conveyor belt-style volume roller, 3 connecting modes, transparent body, RGB lighting, and full-key hot-swapping.

Then there are the large metal footpads, which aren’t just for show – they help you adjust the keyboard to the height that works best for you.

Mithril
Mithril

Let’s move on to the Mithril, which is also quite the looker. Boasting a CNC metal body it’s a keyboard that holds up well on the move, perfect if you’re gaming while traveling.

It doesn’t come up short in the features department either, with RGB support, three-mode connections, as well as multi-layer compartments, and a design that’s simple and easy to clean.

Topaz
Topaz

Finally, we have the Topaz, which has a metal shell with a transparent body. It looks futuristic and quite simply fantastic, with a diffused light effect that you can’t tear your eyes away from. 

As with the other IYX keyboards, this doesn’t come up short in the features department either. It supports three connecting modes, has RGB lighting, and includes full-key hot-swapping too. 

Topaz
Topaz

That’s just a summary of the exciting IYX range then, and won’t be a surprise to see people flocking to see them during Gamescom this week. They’ve been created with eSports gamers, regular gamers, and even office users – it’s wonderful to see. 

IYX is dedicated to improving the gaming experience with these keyboards too, with a long-term plan to build a comprehensive ecosystem encompassing hardware, software, and peripheral services. Gamescom is only just the beginning, so make sure you keep an eye on IYX in the months and years ahead.

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