Customize your keys from scratch

Ergodex lets you design your own keyboard

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If you're really serious about your gaming, you want every advantage you can possibly get (short of poisoning your opponent's Red Bull.) And you know that the nano-seconds between key strokes can be the difference between life and virtual death.

This is when you can't count on the mere mortals who have designed and assembled standard keyboard formations. Instead, you must take matters into your own hands and configure your own controls with Ergodex's DX1 Input System, which Bit-Tech says "allows you to create fully customizable key layouts that fit the shape of your hand, along with being able to assign complex functions or macros to each key on the fly."

If it can work with the Action Lounge, it would be the perfect accessory in our book.

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