ADATA showcases Golden Summon game keyboard with 24K gold-plated design

In recent years, RGB has also become popular in the field of PC peripherals. However, during CES 2020, we were surprised to see a game keyboard designed in 24K gold by ADATA, a well-known accessories manufacturer. Although it is only gilded, not pure gold. But the base material is still metal aluminum, so the overall weight is still a lot heavier than the standard keyboard. All the keys are made of metal, so it may feel a bit cool, but the buyer obviously doesn’t care about the details.

ADATA showcases Golden Summon game keyboard with 24K gold-plated design

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As a member of the ADATA XPG product line, the keyboard is called the “Golden Summon Gaming Keyboard” and features a 24K gold-plated process.

ADATA showcases Golden Summon game keyboard with 24K gold-plated design

The company said it initially received the request from the Tou-Ho players and covered the aluminum Summoner keyboard with 24K gold.

ADATA showcases Golden Summon game keyboard with 24K gold-plated design

To be precise, they’ve built six 24K gold Summoner game keyboards that retail for up to $10,000 (69,178 RMB).

ADATA showcases Golden Summon game keyboard with 24K gold-plated design

To say regret, is that the bottom of the key cap is not gilded. As for the product warranty, i guess no one will ask.