ADX Firefight MK02 Keyboard Review
If you didn’t know, we do like to play games quite a bit! We regularly try out new games and also stream, over on the TechNuovo YouTube channel, and we like to have a decent setup, including good quality peripherals, to help us perform the best we can. Well ADX got in touch, with their Firefight MK02 RBG Gaming Keyboard, and we just had to try it out. ADX, possibly formally known as AFX, is an exclusive brand to Currys PC World, offering a number of gaming peripherals. The ADX Firefight MK02 is a mechanical gaming keyboard, complete with colour changing RGB lighting &
The keyboard comes packaged in a large cardboard box, with a lid to the front and various features showcased on the packaging. Within the box is the keyboard and a palm rest that needs to be attached. The keyboard is constructed from metal, and it’s got a decent weight to it, meaning it will stay in place while using it. It offers a very modest, simplistic design, with the odd curve here & there, but the RGB lighting under the keys is it’s stand out aesthetic feature. It comes complete with a 1.8m corded USB cable attached to it and has a traditional QWERTY layout, utilising the ‘FN’ key to command various media functions.
The keyboard sits in at 45cm wide by 22cm high, including the wrist support, which is about average size but it’s something to remember if you are limited on desk space. The wrist support is
As with most things PC and gaming, it just has to have RBG lighting, otherwise, the masses may not even consider it. Well, this does have RBG lighting, underneath each key and it looks stunning. The default effect is a slow wave of colour change from left to right and it looks great. There are options to change the brightness and also the effect, using various different key commands. Use the FN key and F5 or F6 to adjust the brightness, and use FN plus ‘insert’ or ‘delete’ to change the various effects & colours. There are several effects and colours, varying from solid lights, to wave effects or
This is a mechanical keyboard, using KaiHua red switches, which is a new type of switch to
For more information and to purchase, visit the official Currys PC World webpage.