Nordic Game Supply has launched The Shrimp, a new portable mechanical gaming keyboard that can be used with a gaming laptop, especially when travelling. An alternative to a large keyboard is the ultra-compact mechanical gaming keyboard called The Shrimp. The Shrimp was inspired by NGS’s desire to provide alternatives to the conventional standard-looking keyboards.
The Shrimp gaming keyboard: Features
The Shrimp gaming keyboard has a standard layout that is similar to a traditional keyboard in terms of layout and keys. The 25-key keyboard can be used as-is or modified for gaming purposes. The Shrimp does not require any software or complicated installation procedures to function. It features Gateron G Pro switches as well as an elegant Nordic design body. The keyboard has sound-dampening features built in. For added comfort, there is a detachable, magnetically connectable wrist rest. The wrist rest is padded and has a textured surface.
The Shrimp’s keycaps feature large letters and improved RGB illumination. The keyboard has a traditional Cherry profile (height and shape) and is more shaped than most industry keyboards. The Shrimp features a USB-C connector and is compatible with desktop PCs, gaming laptops, and standard HID-compliant USB devices or game consoles.
The Shrimp gaming keyboard: Quick specs
- Ultra Compact mechanical gaming keyboard
- 25-key GLOBAL layout with super stunning “oversized” lettering
- Gateron™ G Pro mechanical switches
- Cherry™ profile (heights & shaping) keycaps
- RGB illumination with a bunch of cool effects
- Padded and textured magnetic wrist rest
- Cool gadgety knobs
- Multimedia controls
- Fn-layer (dual function keys)
- USB-C connector
- Compatibility: Desktop PC and gaming laptops, PS4/PS5 (standard HID compliant USB device)
Pricing and availability
Nordic Game Supply, the Shrimp’s vendor, says the keyboard will be available in markets once it has reached the highest level of development. This milestone has not been assigned a specific date by the company. Pricing and other information are also unavailable at this time.
Kari Viljanen, product developer of the Shrimp gaming keyboard, commented on the keyboard: