( 4.6 Average / 23 Ratings )
Bundled with the Sabre. Aside from being really cool and having the best RGB lighting on the market, it's got a really nice aluminum body and feels like it's high-quality, which is why I took this over the Razer Blackwidow Chroma.
Clickity clickity..this keyboard is good. It sometimes has it's issues and requires two USB ports to work properly. Occasionally it sets itself back into demo mode which is pretty but annoying at night. The software is not very intuitive.
This keyboard is nice, the the clickyness is very satisfying and the RGB is pretty cool. The only thing that I dislike about this is that it is hard to customize the colors on the keyboard. I recommend going on the forums and downloading other people's creations.
Once you get one you will never settle for a Dell keyboard again. Brown Cherry Switches feels sturdy and professional grade.
Solid, feels great, cherry switches, and pretty lights. 5/5
Fantastic keyboard. Bought mine with red switches and love them. Keys are easy to press and not very loud. Can easily set up color configurations for the keys using the corsair software.
Nice light up show, easy to configure, extremely durable solid construction! Keys are very clicky though.
Love the feel of the keys and it looks cool, but two major complaints. 1) The software to change the RGB lighting on this thing suuuuuuuuucks. Clunky doesn't even begin to do it justice. 2) One of the "legs" that flips out in the back fell off somewhere for no reason and is gone which sucks because now it lays too flat for my liking
Great quality. I should be using the RGBs more for the premium paid but is k. I don't mind paying a premium to Corsair. It's quality. One thing I don't appreciate is that it has 2 USBs. One for additional power and one to connect to the computer. That's how much of a power hog it is. It doesn't sound that bad but when you have limited USBs on a computer, things get tight.