EpicGear has unveiled a unique mechanical gaming keyboard this week, claimed to be the world’s first fully modular keyboard, it allows the user to change individual keys on the fly.

Called the EpicHear Defiant, the mechanical gaming keyboard is capable of swapping out its keys to a mix of different mechanical switches, as well as compatibility with a number of add-ons to extend it.

There are three types of switches that will be available, the EG Grey which is a linear non-clicking key, the EG Orange which is tactile and non-clicking, and finally, the EG Purple which is tactile but clicky.

And these keys can be put on the keyboard alongside each other, allowing you to create your own mix of keys.

There’s also a number of add-ons available, with a tournament palm wrist, ergonomic wrist rest, USB, audio and mic jack rear bumper, and a 24 programmable macro key section for the side.

The EpicGear Defiant will be available in April for $90 (around £65).

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