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MWC 2023 | Alienware Tri-Mode Wireless Gaming Keyboard brings multi-mode options to a PC set-up

The new AW920K. (Source: Alienware)
The new AW920K. (Source: Alienware)
The new Alienware AW920K offers 3 kinds of full-sized mechanical gaming keyboard use in one: Bluetooth, 2.4GHz wireless or wired. Its classically-styled deck exhibits a rocker switch and dial as well as double-shot PBT keys, the RGB AlienFX up-lighting of which can be tuned via the Alienware Command Center. The Tri-Mode Wireless Gaming Keyboard also boasts magnetic snap-on charging and Cherry switches.

The new AW920K combines quintessential Alienware and mechanical keyboard design cues in its MWC 2023 presentation, albeit to better effect in its Lunar Light colorway compared to its second Dark Side of the Moon option. Then again, it makes sure of being up to date with its Tri-Mode use-cases.

The accessory supports either Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless profiles, and ships with a detachable paracord cable as well as a type-C dongle to maximize its connection options via USB. Its full complement of PBT double-shot keycaps are rated to resist wear and tear over time, and are backed up with Cherry MX Red switches.

The AW920K also boasts corner-mounted programmable dial and rocker switch controls, which also respond to Dell's Alienware Command Center suite of customization options. The new Tri-Mode Wireless Keyboard also features gaming-friendly tweaks such as "full" anti-ghosting, N-key rollover and Windows-key disarming. 

The new and apparently full-featured Alienware wired/wireless keyboard has an RRP of US$289.99 or CA$389.99 ready to go on its second-quarter (3Q2023) release.

Alternatively, the older Alienware AW510K is still on Amazon


Alienware Press Release

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-03- 2 (Update: 2023-03- 2)