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Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Cherry MX Speed Switches: Linear and Rapid, Per Key Multi-Colour RGB Backlighting, Aluminium Chassis, QWERTY UK Layout) - Black

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It's a better-built keyboard with a more comfortable wrist rest, and it offers a better typing experience, although that's mainly because the Corsair's key spacing takes a while to get used to. Built in Germany and used by the pros, Cherry MX gaming key switches feature the world’s leading mechanical switch technology. which adds a new estimated PCB latency test to the Single-Key Latency section and a new Analog test to the Switches section of this review.

Various lighting effects are available, and the illumination can be adjusted for each key individually. While it's reduced in height, Corsair has presented this in essentially the same way as the standard-height K70 MK. This is particularly apparent on the rear shelf and low lip along the front of the K70, which catch the light brilliantly and, we suspect, have as much an aesthetic purpose as they do a practical one. Featuring a light grey colour, sharp contours, and a rougher texture, they’re designed to stand out, but I’ve never found them that useful in games and they’re hugely distracting when typing. Its robust build quality and mechanical key switches make it a reliable option for avid gamers and frequent typists.Excellent keyboard very sturdy and well made, loads of programable options available with the ICue software, additional WASD textured keys for a better gaming experience. The feeling of the keys firing is like some sort of marriage between a membrane and a mechanical keyboard. This keyboard has full RGB backlighting with individually-lit keys, and you can customize the colors on a per-key basis through the dedicated software. In any case, iCue should be immediately familiar to anyone who has used Corsair’s products in the past.

is available in a variety of switches, while the other variants are available with limited switch options. If you want to know more, there is a link in the description to my review of the K68 RGB where I explain what these two terms mean, and why they are important. For instance, you can reprogram any key with a huge variety of functions and custom macros, and stack layers of RGB lighting also on a per-key basis. are both outstanding gaming keyboards, but the Razer is slightly better because it has lower latency. In fact, she built her desktop PC herself and repaired her college laptop with nothing but Google, Reddit, and determination to guide her.You will need iCUE to edit your hardware profiles, but once they’re saved you can close it and even uninstall it if you wish. The keycaps have a floating design in line with the direction Corsair seems to have taken with nearly all of its mechanical keyboard. Having the right tool under your fingers is vital, and the definite movement of a full-height mechanical switch is reassuring in a way that this can't match. Along with the dedicated profile toggle, brightness cycle, and Win Lock buttons -- everything RGB too, should I mention -- the Corsair K70 RGB MK.

If I had to equate the body to another keyboard, Corsair’s flagship K95 Platinum comes immediately to mind.is a very thick USB cable with a splitter which of course is needed if you plan on using the USB pass-through port on the back of the board.

It looked cool and had one interesting feature, but ultimately it was a product that was solely made to capitalize on nostalgia.Rapidfire mechanical keyboard allows gamers to set the atmosphere for every game with RGB per-key backlighting, offering near infinite colour customisation and control.

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