Update, 5/3/17, 7:10am PT: G.Skill confirmed pricing and added that info to the product page. The KM560 will cost $80, and the price will be the same regardless of switch type. We’ve adjusted the copy below to reflect the new information
To flesh out its growing family of mechanical keyboards, G.Skill announced the KM560, its first tenkeyless (TKL) model. It’s essentially a sawed-off version of the KM570 (it’s 3.15 inches narrower), which itself is the little brother to the flagship KM780 (read our full review here).
Indeed, the KM560 appears to share quite a bit design language with the KM570. It looks like the construction is similar, with a textured plastic top panel and the same front and back beveled edges. The indicator lights in the upper right corner of both keyboards are also similar, although the TKL KM560 has one fewer. The G.Skill logo is in different places on the two keyboards, though.