This is the Roccat Ryos TKL Pro, a new mechanical keyboard designed specifically for pro gamers serious about eSports competitions. Featuring a tenkeyless design, the gaming keyboard lacks the number pad you usually find on regular mechanical keyboards, but is lighter and narrower than regular keyboards, thus making it perfect for eSports players that travel a lot to attend competitions. According to Roccat, the Ryos TKL Pro is guaranteed to optimize the play of anyone who uses it, boasting that all the members of its professional League of Legends team, as well as its Starcraft 2 pro player Ko “HyuN” Seok Hyun, all use the keyboard. “I’m in it to win it, so you’ll never see us put gear in our eSports team’s hands that don’t give them an edge,” Roccat CEO René Korte said in a statement. “Team ROCCAT uses the Ryos TKL in competition because it optimizes their play. They have to demonstrate the talent, we have to provide the quality tested gear to help them show that talent. From HyuN to our League of Legends Jungler Jankos and the rest of our amazing team, the Ryos TKL gives them that tool, and now our fans can have it too.“ The Roccat Ryos TKL Pro can be purchased by anyone, even if you’re not a professional eSports athlete. The special keyboard comes with Cherry MX Key switches, individual backlit keys, Roccat Talk functionality and 470 programmable macro keys. Also part of its long list of specifications are a 2 MB of flash memory, two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors, total of 91 programmable keys, and an integrated wrist rest. Priced at $140 in the U.S., the mechanical gaming keyboard can be bought from various online retailers around the world. “The Ryos TKL Pro looks good, it feels really great to play on, and supports all of my needs when I’m training, and definitely in competition,” Starcraft 2 legend HyuN says. “If you’re an eSports gamer like me or just love playing with an amazing keyboard, the TKL Pro is awesome.“ In case you don’t know who HyuN is, he is a Zerg-player recognized as one of the best Starcraft 2 players in the world, although many pro gamers consider him to be the best overall. You can bet he knows a thing or two about mechanical gaming keyboards.