GAMDIAS HERMES M1 – Gaming Keyboard Review

It’s been a while since my last review but GAMDIAS were kind enough to provide me with one of their HERMES M1 gaming keyboards to have a look at. This rounds off my GAMDIAS reviews for a while so I will start by saying thanks to them for sending everything they did.

The Hermes M1 is the little brother of the Hermes P1 RGB and as you can probably tell by the lack of RGB in its name doesn’t have RGB. It does have a number of back lighting modes however which I will cover as we go.

Key Switch GAMDIAS certified mechanical switches
Key Switch Type Blue
Switch Lifecycle 50 Million
Dimensions 448 x 202.4 x 36.9 mm (w/ wrist rest) 448 x 156.6 x 36.9 mm (w/o wrist rest)
Weight Weight1.56KG (w/ wrist rest) 1.30KG (w/o wrist rest)
Built-in Memory 256KB
Polling Rate 1000Hz
N-Key Rollover 21-Key rollover
OTF Macro Record Yes
Windows Key Disable Yes
All-Keys Lock Yes
Cable Length 1.8m (Braided cable)
Detachable Cable? No
Software GAMDIAS HERA

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