OCZ has already made a few forays into gaming peripherals, but it now looks like its attempting to step things up considerably with a whole new line dubbed "Alchemy," which has just made its debut with the Elixir gaming keyboard. This one takes square aim at the likes of Razer's Lycosa, with it offering the same non-slip rubber keys and ten tri-mode programmable macro keys, but a decidedly more budget-minded price: just $30 list. No firm word on any other additions to the Alchemy line just yet, unfortunately, but OCZ assures us that the Elixir is just the "first of many gaming keyboards, mice, another other computer gaming accessories."

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