Wrapping up the last of my Tuesday meetings (yes, I’m that far behind – I blame the “black plague” that I picked up that knocked me out for the weekend), Roccat – pronounced “rocket” apparently and not “ro-cat” like I’ve been saying in my head for years – had some new keyboards, mice, and headsets to show off at CES. While they don’t have RGB LED backlighting for their Cherry MX keyboards (yet?), they did have a keyboard with Cherry MX keys and per-key backlighting, and as a further cool feature they had a smartphone app called Light FZ that could control the intensity, patterns, and other aspects of the backlighting. I believe the app will work with their other devices as well, offering...

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