HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 550

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HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 550
  • Dimensions : 17.5 x 5.37 x 1.5 in
  • Keyboard Key Switch : Mechanical
  • Color : Black
  • Status : NEW


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HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 550



Keyboard Key Switch



17.5 x 5.37 x 1.5 in


Win 7,8,10

Cable Length




What's in the box

Keyboard; Product notice; Warranty; Quick start poster

HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 550

HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 550 Price in Pakistan

The HP Pavilion Gaming Keyboard 500 is for novice gamers who are looking for a minimalistic design with lighting and mechanical switches. Red mechanical switches allow you to react quickly, without machine gun sound effects when you type. For lighting, choose 1 of the 4 colors to customize your keyboard. Anti ghosting allows your keyboard to ‘see’ all your keystrokes, even when you press many at the same time.

Red Hybrid Mechanical-Membrane Switch

Red Hybrid Mechanical-Membrane switches not only offer a smooth linear keystroke experience, but allow you to take rapid action in silence.

Light up your touch

RGB LED backlighting not only prevents miss-keying, but features a floating key design. Plus, with a powerful array of color options to choose from, your lighting experience is all you.

Swift. Smooth. Silent.

No key undetected

10-key rollover anti-ghosting ensures that no matter how fast and furious you make your next move, your key presses are detected.

Control tracks and volume

Adjust the volume or skip to your favorite track without exiting. With media control Fn keys, you have the power to switch it up while in-game.

Interruption-free gaming

Game interruptions are detrimental to your success. Prevent them by activating the gaming mode function key, so all background processes stay where they belong—out of your game.

Customize your comfort

Compete in comfort with 2-way adjustable legs that allow your wrist to sit in a relaxed, natural position.

HP entered the computer market with the HP 2116A in 1966. It was designed to control HP’s large product line of test and measurement equipment. By 1969, HP was marketing a timesharing computer system and continued to issue new products, including their HP-35 hand-held calculator and several computers in the 1970s. By the end of the 1980s they had a full range of computing equipment from large scientific machines to personal computers and peripherals. In 2002, HP acquired Compaq (and thus the merged remains of DEC, Tandem, and a few other firms).


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