( 4.7 Average / 13 Ratings )
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I've only ever used cheap membrane keyboards before this. Wow what a difference!
I purchased the K70 RGB version of this keyboard, and the color is very amazing. Favorite keyboard ever!
Best keyboard that I've ever used. A huge upgrade from that of my laptop. Couldn't be happier with my purchase. Glad that software wasn't required to use it.
i like the keyboard because it has cherry MX brown keys but the Corsair strafe RGB is better.
My first ever mechanical keyboard. It's amazing to be typing on the right now.
This keyboard is a beast. SO my monitor fell over, and knocked Gatorade onto the keyboard. I let it dry, and wiped it down. Still has sticky keys, BUT still more responsive than my old Razer keyboard. Not saying anything about Razer. That keyboard is 4 years old, and has done me good. I just think I picked the right choice in upgrade. Bought a replacement for no sticky keys. Love it.
Great build quality and look. Was a bit worried about people's harsh reviews about messed up keys whether that be lighting or wiring, but had no issues with mine.
Awesome keyboard. It's my first mechanical so I wasn't sure what I was getting into. Now not only do I look like a pro, I sound like a pro when these key switches wake up my neighbors at 2am. (exaggerating, but only slightly) I suggest purchasing the K90. I didn't think I'd need the extra programmable keys, but now I wish I had them. And it's really not THAT much more expensive.
The shift labels are reversed (very confusing for the first month) and the keycaps neeeeed silicone dampers. Otherwise exceptional.
This keyboard is fantastic, and I love it to bits. If you want a comfortable Cherry MX mechanical keyboard for bigger hands, this is the one to choose. Includes several backlight adjustment features and a rolling barrel wheel for virtual sound adjustment (no need to plug in your audio out cable!). The red-only LED backlighting is all I wanted anyway.
But, it took me three tries to get a properly functioning one from Amazon. Corsair build quality was decidedly not fantastic, and the setup process for their "Corsair Utility Engine, which is required to actually use the keyboard, was an obtuse pain (that required a second keyboard!). Luckily, the CUE tool hides itself once it is set up, and the keyboard will plug-and-play afterwards.
The only actual usage complaint I have is that the keyboard wrist rest could be more pliable, since it's just a rubberized plastic moulding. However, it's easily removable, shaped nicely for multiple hand positions, and adjusts to keyboard inclination.
This is my first higher end keyboard but after pouring over reviews I decided it was my best choice for the price point. I am extremely happy with its quality and heavy duty build.