• Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
  • Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
  • Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
  • Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
  • Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control
Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard   Backlit Red Led   Usb Passthrough & Media Control

Corsair K70 Rapidfire Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Backlit Red Led Usb Passthrough & Media Control

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  • Corsair fastest mechanical Keyboard, ever
  • 100% anti-ghosting and full key rollover on USB/ 100% Cherry MX Speed gaming key switches with ultra-fast 1. 2mm actuation and light 45G force
  • Aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame for superior durability/ advanced lighting control and large font keycaps deliver dynamic, vibrant backlighting
  • Cue support enables advanced macro and lighting programming for virtually unlimited game customization
  • Detachable soft-touch wrist rest and dedicated multimedia controls/ USB pass-through port for easy connections/ textured and contoured FPS/MOBA keycap sets

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weak key cap mount I used to a big fan/evangelist of Corsair until now. I built many computers for myself and friends (50+), so I have a lot of experience in different brands for computer parts. When I first got this keyboard, it was no surprise to me that the build quality is top notch. The base of the keyboard is metal and has a sharp look without having sharp corners or edges. I love how they implemented the volume knob; perfect size and texture.I loved everything about it until one of the keys fell off after only one year of use. I do not play games; I only bought this for programming because that's my job. Having said that I program mostly on my laptop while in the office, and this was for my home desktop, which I don't use that often. I have other mechanical keyboards like Filco, WASD, AlienWare, but I never had this key cap issue with my other mechanical keyboards when they are much older. You can see in the picture the key cap mount totally snapped in half. When this happened, I literally took every single key off to examine, and there were like four other key caps where a hairline crack was forming.Normally I would just abandon this brand, but it being Corsair, I gave them the benefit of doubt of just bad luck with the supplier. When I contacted Corsair about it, they said they can only replace the ones with pictures, but the problem is it's impossible to capture the hairline crack with my cell phone camera. Maybe if I were good at taking close-up photos with the proper lens, I could get them the photos they want, but I am not that guy. When I looked on eBay, these key caps cost $5 per cap when it probably costs them almost nothing.It's only a matter of time before other keys start falling off, so this is not acceptable for a $100+ keyboard. If I were to pay $5 per key cap when the caps are faulty, it will end up costing me another mechanical keyboard, so I will be dumping this keyboard when more keys fall off. Needless to say I will be abandoning Corsair for good for all computer parts going forward. If they can't send me parts that cost next to nothing for them to help me salvage an one-year old keyboard, then I can't trust them for other components either. 2Exactly as advertised. One minor note on use. It worked exactly as advertised. However I must point out it struggles like all corsair products, if it is not connected to the PC and connected to any form of USB hub. To include monitor, external, or internal. Corsair products do horrible with hubs and should be connected only to the back USB slots of your PC. Even front side struggles unless it is a USB 3.0 --Don't ask me why. I have purchased over a dozen of their products over the years, and it is always the same issue. However just on a lark I decided to test it anyway. Sure enough it would give me yellow or red ! points in corsair link on reboot in any USB hub on my old and my new gaming pc. Monitor USB, Separate USB hub, didn't matter. So the issue persists.The product is great really no need for details other reviewers covered that. I just wanted to point out an issue that most have no idea is the cause of 99% of negative reviews. That for most people won't be an issue at all.If you think you can go razor and avoid this issue... you can't their keyboards have the same problem. Logitech keyboards however do not, at least the prodigy doesn't. I haven't used nearly as many of their products as corsair or razor so I can't speak for the majority. 5[K70 RGB MK.2 RAPIDFIRE Low Profile] Excellent mechanical keyboard for a work environment I purchased this to replace my work keyboard. I also have the K95 that I use at home and wanted to stick with something similar. As soon as I saw this go on sale I knew I had to try it. With a lower actuation point than the K95 and physically slimmer keys, the noise reduction would help make it appropriate to use for the office compared to my K95 that I would never consider without trying O-rings first.Anyway, I now use it in the office and find that I now really enjoy typing while at work compared to before. It is definitely quiet enough to use in the office. The keys provide enough of a feedback to let you know that the key was pressed compared to my last work keyboard that did not have any feedback.My only complaint is that some of the keys do seem a little squeaky when pressed. More of a sharp sound when they're being pushed. It's more noticeable for me on some of the bigger keys. I hope that when they break in more the noise may go away. Overall though this noise is still so much quieter than other keyboards, just louder than the quietest keys on the keyboard. 5Low profile switch, hell yes! Went from K70 w/ browns to K65 w/ reds to this over the past few years. I am not going to write a detailed review about the K70 in general, RGB, Mk2 changes, etc. or about minor nitpicks, since those are covered in detail all over the internet, i am just going to quickly focus on the low profile factor and the new switch.1) The low profile of the keyboard is much more natural and comfortable to me compared to full height. Best way to describe it is something closer to a traditional membrane keyboard positioning, but not quite exactly like it, something in between. Disagree that it has a laptop feel, as i've seen others describe it, nothing remotely like this. It's not for people who want that typical "typewriter" feel from their mechanical keyboards.2) The switch is a perfectly normal, highly responsive, low travel linear switch. Smooth without the tiring for me rubberbandy bounceback feedback of the reds. I've seen people describe it as super sensitive, like you sneeze on it and it types a dozen characters, this is not the case imo. Light typists would very much appreciate its responsiveness. Didn't have any adjustment period myself, it felt normal from the get go. The shorter travel is a major and very pleasant change for me, it met my expectations and then some. It *is* both faster and less tiring to type on this than my previous keyboard (K65 w/ reds), a significant improvement which fully justified the purchase for me.3) It's really quiet compared to standard stock reds which is welcome (not that i had a particular problem with the sound of reds). Doubt that there is a need for o-rings for 98% of people or a silent switch version for this. Even the spacebar (normally louder than other keys) doesn't come close to qualifying as "loud" or annoying for me.Regarding low profile vs full height (or linear vs tactile), this is all a matter of personal preference, but i personally feel that i've finally found the right balance for typing/gaming, a keyboard and a switch which is highly responsive, fairly quiet and very comfortable for extended periods of time use. I like that i don't have to deal with this whole lotta switch thing and all that unnecessary long key travel anymore. It feels easier, faster and an improvement. Other people may prefer different and i am glad that Corsair offers all these new choices for us particular and choosy customers. 5Corsair Sotware iCue is terrible It is a pretty solid keyboard quality wise. But i have been using it for a couple of days now and i plug my mouse to the keyboard and since both require so much electricity the performance of them suck. Mouse will literally be frozen for a second every two second and the keyboard would spam like 10 keys sometimes when you click one key.The iCue Corsair software is a complete menace, one of the worst software I have seen. It is not friendly user nor the interface leads you well, intuition and common sense can't be used to use this software. You have to guess and trouble shoot many times until you kind of get used to it but it's too complicated and wastes a lot of time. There is not logical buttons such as close tabs and stuff like that, you mostly have to click many areas of the screen to know where things are. every piece of the screen of this software could either be clickable or not, but there isn't a concrete layout of tabs, mostly everything is thrown at users and the layers are all looking at you rather than one popping out per time. Very missleading.Incredibly hard-to-use software. Things are placed awkwardly. I also get a exclamation mark ontop of the keyboard icon sometimes but it provides no information about it so I don't know what is wrong.Impossible to know which tab, device or menu are you on since low-comon-sense Corsair made software terrible illogical. Basically you never get to know if something in its platform is clickable or not, where are you at since tabs or buttons don't show they are selected and everything is showned at the same time.Very difficult to understand. Keyboard did came with some minor damage which was not too visible on the side but that might be manufacture error 1Great for Gaming, Great for Type, Looks Beautiful 11/6/17I just got it today, so I really can't say much about the longevity yet. I love the keys. I love that I can bottom them out for that tactile bump that I love with mechanical keys. I love that I can quickly tap them, without bottoming them out, and still have them respond. I like the all black look much better than than the brush aluminum look that my last keyboard had, it goes with my accesories better. The lighting is really bright, even on it's lowest setting. I actually like that though some might find it distracting, especially if reflects off their TV scree. Think the light bar on a PS4 controller buy with a lot more lights and a lot brighter. I really like the font use for the letters on the keys, but even if I didn't I could simply replace them with the keys off my broken K90 or buy new ones. I am not a fan of the textured keys that came with it. The texture is nice, it's the color and the varrying angles on them. I guess if you're using your keyboard for gaming and very little of everything else then you it'd be cool, otherwise it's distracting. I am happy that it doesn't have the G keys. I never used them, so they just made my keyboard extra wide. I have the Logitech G600 and all the macros I use are on it. When gaming my left hand never leaves WASD + Spacebar, even when playing an MMO.11/7/17I just wanted to add one more thing real quick. ALL OF THE KEYS ARE MECHANICAL. On my old K90 all of the F keys and the whole sqare of keys that included the Print Screen and Delete keys were not mechanical. This is a full mechanical board and that's pretty awesome. 5What a beaut I purchased the CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 SE Mechanical RAPIDFIRE and have been using it for over 3 months now. If you're questioning about getting this or not, not to get all Shia Labeouf on you but...JUST! DO! IT! Corsair's listing photos are an accurate representation of the actual product. Also, it's currently cheaper ($130 what a steal) than when I had bought it ($174). At first, I was hesitant because of the price, but in the end I bit the bullet and I'm glad I did because I absolutely love everything about this keyboard.The white keys against a brushed aluminium frame is aesthetically pleasing. The special edition also looks great with custom keycaps. Also, the keys look as amazing as they feel. Like most mechanical keyboards, the keys feel and sound great to press. I've been having a great time gaming with this keyboard because of its responsiveness and textured preset keycaps. At first, I was wary that the keys were white because they'd get dirty easily, but that's actually not the case. Everything looks clean and new. Even the braided cord looks great.The RGB customization for Corsair is great. I love how easy it is to operate iCue. In addition, changing color profiles has been made easier with the addition of the first silver button on the left of the keyboard that looks like the silhouette of an orange-ish/yellow person. You can alternate between your saved RGB profiles by pressing that button. Next to that button is a little sun symbol which allows you to choose between 3 settings of lighting, which range between dim and bright. The music buttons above the number pad look great and I especially love the scroll wheel for volume, it's efficient and looks good.I actually do like the angled wrist rest. I didn't think I would be using it after reading about how others didn't like it in their review, but it's a lot more comfortable than I anticipated. While it doesn't feel like a pillow, I think it's great for gaming because of the elevation and the texture alleviates any kind of friction you'd normally get leaning your wrist against the edge of your desk. I also appreciate the built-in USB port, it's great for anyone who doesn't have enough USB ports on their laptop/PC tower.I could go on and on about how much I love this keyboard, but all in all, it's a good looking keyboard that's efficient and definitely well-made with good quality materials. Worth it. 5K70 RBG MK.2 SE This is for the MK.2 SE. It's gorgeous. The (silver) aluminum surface partially reflects the RGB lighting underneath the key caps. The Corsair software (iCUE) allows for separate profiles that the user can switch between via a dedicated button on the keyboard.The Cherry MX Speed (silver) switches are nicer than the Cherry Silent (red/pink) switches I used previously (keyboard switches are, of course, personal preference).The PBT key caps are sturdy and well built. Additionally, it is nice to have an option to use textured WASD key caps, which come included. A key cap pull tool is also included.The media buttons and volume control work well. The volume dial is easy to rotate and very responsive. The back lighting for the media buttons are also RGB, so they can be set up to blend in or stand out. 5The Mk.2 offers substantial improvements over the original First off, I love how this keyboard comes pre-installed with Corsair's doubleshot keycaps. I've always hated the shiny keycap problem - not just because of looks, but because of feel. The slightly textured doubleshot keycaps are a big improvement in this regard. They look and feel great.This version also no longer suffers from the wobbly keycap issue present in the first version (pictured on top in the photo, in black) The keycaps, especially the larger ones like shift and space, make a satisfying sound as you depress them and wobble very little. The originals rattled slightly.I've always liked the open design of this keyboard because you can clean it much more easily. No more removing every keycap so you can blow out the hair and dead skin =) 5Perhaps the BEST Keyboard Ever Created! Disclaimer: Ive used the Steel Series 6Gv2 (Cherry MX Black), as well as the Razer Black widow (Cherry MX Brown).For purposes of this review i am focusing on the performance, feel and build quality. (Spoiler: ITS FANTASTIC)Of all the keyboards i have used and typed on, this is by far the greatest thing my fingers have ever had the pleasure of experiencing besides *censored for family-friendly purposes*.Let me just say that if you enjoy linear switches, but are nervous about the sensitivity of the Cherry-Silver switches found on this board then fear not, for that was also my fear. The problem i had with cherry black was that sometimes i would press a key quickly just to find that i did not press hard enough and i would actually miss key presses that way. I got the black widow for the brown switches thinking that the tactile bump would help me know when the key was actuated. While it helped i could not help but feel that the tactile bump somehow slowed me down or got in the way of that smooth gliding typing feel.ENTER THE MX CHERRY SILVER.While i have never tried reds, i have heard that they are some of the most prefered switches for gaming. Having tried these i can now see why. When i go for a key, there is no worry about the key not actuating for the key effortlessly gives into the force of my finger. The switches are not so sensitive where the weight of my finger alone actuates them. It is just PERFECT. It truly is a hard thing to describe. For gaming i cannot imagine a better switch or board. And typists fear not for if you are sure footed in your typing skills then know that the linear switch is not your enemy when it comes to the Silver MX switches. I actually look forward to using this Keyboard every day. That is literally how much i enjoy this board. This is the first review i've wrote on amazon in years. That is literally how much i enjoy typing on this board. I almost dont want to even stop typing now lol. The funny thing is i was going to get the k70 with cherry mx browns, but decided on the LIMITED EDITION WHITE VERSION because it includes the DOUBLE SHOT KEYCAPS. which was a big deal for me. I wanted the most durable keyboard i could get and i saw how on the regular k70 some people complained about breaking keycaps. (YOU CAN BUY THE DOUBLE SHOT KEYCAPS SEPARATELY FOR $50). I thought it was well worth the risk with Amazons generous return policy to try this one out. PLUS THAT WHITE KEYBOARD IS SEXY LOOKING AF.I typed this whole review out on the board and only made 1-2 typos.rgb lighting is self explanatory. its gorgeous. everything about this board is gorgeous.BOTTOM LINE OR TLDR:Avid typist or Gamer you will not regret splurging on this board. It is the best purchase i have ever made for a PC peripheral and it works well on MAC as well. The included wrist rest is also really nice. though it is rigid is has a soft touch texture and has eliminated elbow and wrist discomfort that i would normally get on my glass desk surface.ps. DID I MENTION HOW MUCH I LOVE THE VOLUME WHEEL? EVEN WORKS ON THE MAC! 5
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weak key cap mount I used to a big fan/evangelist of Corsair until now. I built many computers for myself and friends (50+), so I have a lot of experience in different brands for computer parts. When I first got this keyboard, it was no surprise to me that the build quality is top notch. The base of the keyboard is metal and has a sharp look without having sharp corners or edges. I love how they implemented the volume knob; perfect size and texture.I loved everything about it until one of the keys fell off after only one year of use. I do not play games; I only bought this for programming because that's my job. Having said that I program mostly on my laptop while in the office, and this was for my home desktop, which I don't use that often. I have other mechanical keyboards like Filco, WASD, AlienWare, but I never had this key cap issue with my other mechanical keyboards when they are much older. You can see in the picture the key cap mount totally snapped in half. When this happened, I literally took every single key off to examine, and there were like four other key caps where a hairline crack was forming.Normally I would just abandon this brand, but it being Corsair, I gave them the benefit of doubt of just bad luck with the supplier. When I contacted Corsair about it, they said they can only replace the ones with pictures, but the problem is it's impossible to capture the hairline crack with my cell phone camera. Maybe if I were good at taking close-up photos with the proper lens, I could get them the photos they want, but I am not that guy. When I looked on eBay, these key caps cost $5 per cap when it probably costs them almost nothing.It's only a matter of time before other keys start falling off, so this is not acceptable for a $100+ keyboard. If I were to pay $5 per key cap when the caps are faulty, it will end up costing me another mechanical keyboard, so I will be dumping this keyboard when more keys fall off. Needless to say I will be abandoning Corsair for good for all computer parts going forward. If they can't send me parts that cost next to nothing for them to help me salvage an one-year old keyboard, then I can't trust them for other components either. 2Exactly as advertised. One minor note on use. It worked exactly as advertised. However I must point out it struggles like all corsair products, if it is not connected to the PC and connected to any form of USB hub. To include monitor, external, or internal. Corsair products do horrible with hubs and should be connected only to the back USB slots of your PC. Even front side struggles unless it is a USB 3.0 --Don't ask me why. I have purchased over a dozen of their products over the years, and it is always the same issue. However just on a lark I decided to test it anyway. Sure enough it would give me yellow or red ! points in corsair link on reboot in any USB hub on my old and my new gaming pc. Monitor USB, Separate USB hub, didn't matter. So the issue persists.The product is great really no need for details other reviewers covered that. I just wanted to point out an issue that most have no idea is the cause of 99% of negative reviews. That for most people won't be an issue at all.If you think you can go razor and avoid this issue... you can't their keyboards have the same problem. Logitech keyboards however do not, at least the prodigy doesn't. I haven't used nearly as many of their products as corsair or razor so I can't speak for the majority. 5[K70 RGB MK.2 RAPIDFIRE Low Profile] Excellent mechanical keyboard for a work environment I purchased this to replace my work keyboard. I also have the K95 that I use at home and wanted to stick with something similar. As soon as I saw this go on sale I knew I had to try it. With a lower actuation point than the K95 and physically slimmer keys, the noise reduction would help make it appropriate to use for the office compared to my K95 that I would never consider without trying O-rings first.Anyway, I now use it in the office and find that I now really enjoy typing while at work compared to before. It is definitely quiet enough to use in the office. The keys provide enough of a feedback to let you know that the key was pressed compared to my last work keyboard that did not have any feedback.My only complaint is that some of the keys do seem a little squeaky when pressed. More of a sharp sound when they're being pushed. It's more noticeable for me on some of the bigger keys. I hope that when they break in more the noise may go away. Overall though this noise is still so much quieter than other keyboards, just louder than the quietest keys on the keyboard. 5Low profile switch, hell yes! Went from K70 w/ browns to K65 w/ reds to this over the past few years. I am not going to write a detailed review about the K70 in general, RGB, Mk2 changes, etc. or about minor nitpicks, since those are covered in detail all over the internet, i am just going to quickly focus on the low profile factor and the new switch.1) The low profile of the keyboard is much more natural and comfortable to me compared to full height. Best way to describe it is something closer to a traditional membrane keyboard positioning, but not quite exactly like it, something in between. Disagree that it has a laptop feel, as i've seen others describe it, nothing remotely like this. It's not for people who want that typical "typewriter" feel from their mechanical keyboards.2) The switch is a perfectly normal, highly responsive, low travel linear switch. Smooth without the tiring for me rubberbandy bounceback feedback of the reds. I've seen people describe it as super sensitive, like you sneeze on it and it types a dozen characters, this is not the case imo. Light typists would very much appreciate its responsiveness. Didn't have any adjustment period myself, it felt normal from the get go. The shorter travel is a major and very pleasant change for me, it met my expectations and then some. It *is* both faster and less tiring to type on this than my previous keyboard (K65 w/ reds), a significant improvement which fully justified the purchase for me.3) It's really quiet compared to standard stock reds which is welcome (not that i had a particular problem with the sound of reds). Doubt that there is a need for o-rings for 98% of people or a silent switch version for this. Even the spacebar (normally louder than other keys) doesn't come close to qualifying as "loud" or annoying for me.Regarding low profile vs full height (or linear vs tactile), this is all a matter of personal preference, but i personally feel that i've finally found the right balance for typing/gaming, a keyboard and a switch which is highly responsive, fairly quiet and very comfortable for extended periods of time use. I like that i don't have to deal with this whole lotta switch thing and all that unnecessary long key travel anymore. It feels easier, faster and an improvement. Other people may prefer different and i am glad that Corsair offers all these new choices for us particular and choosy customers. 5Corsair Sotware iCue is terrible It is a pretty solid keyboard quality wise. But i have been using it for a couple of days now and i plug my mouse to the keyboard and since both require so much electricity the performance of them suck. Mouse will literally be frozen for a second every two second and the keyboard would spam like 10 keys sometimes when you click one key.The iCue Corsair software is a complete menace, one of the worst software I have seen. It is not friendly user nor the interface leads you well, intuition and common sense can't be used to use this software. You have to guess and trouble shoot many times until you kind of get used to it but it's too complicated and wastes a lot of time. There is not logical buttons such as close tabs and stuff like that, you mostly have to click many areas of the screen to know where things are. every piece of the screen of this software could either be clickable or not, but there isn't a concrete layout of tabs, mostly everything is thrown at users and the layers are all looking at you rather than one popping out per time. Very missleading.Incredibly hard-to-use software. Things are placed awkwardly. I also get a exclamation mark ontop of the keyboard icon sometimes but it provides no information about it so I don't know what is wrong.Impossible to know which tab, device or menu are you on since low-comon-sense Corsair made software terrible illogical. Basically you never get to know if something in its platform is clickable or not, where are you at since tabs or buttons don't show they are selected and everything is showned at the same time.Very difficult to understand. Keyboard did came with some minor damage which was not too visible on the side but that might be manufacture error 1Great for Gaming, Great for Type, Looks Beautiful 11/6/17I just got it today, so I really can't say much about the longevity yet. I love the keys. I love that I can bottom them out for that tactile bump that I love with mechanical keys. I love that I can quickly tap them, without bottoming them out, and still have them respond. I like the all black look much better than than the brush aluminum look that my last keyboard had, it goes with my accesories better. The lighting is really bright, even on it's lowest setting. I actually like that though some might find it distracting, especially if reflects off their TV scree. Think the light bar on a PS4 controller buy with a lot more lights and a lot brighter. I really like the font use for the letters on the keys, but even if I didn't I could simply replace them with the keys off my broken K90 or buy new ones. I am not a fan of the textured keys that came with it. The texture is nice, it's the color and the varrying angles on them. I guess if you're using your keyboard for gaming and very little of everything else then you it'd be cool, otherwise it's distracting. I am happy that it doesn't have the G keys. I never used them, so they just made my keyboard extra wide. I have the Logitech G600 and all the macros I use are on it. When gaming my left hand never leaves WASD + Spacebar, even when playing an MMO.11/7/17I just wanted to add one more thing real quick. ALL OF THE KEYS ARE MECHANICAL. On my old K90 all of the F keys and the whole sqare of keys that included the Print Screen and Delete keys were not mechanical. This is a full mechanical board and that's pretty awesome. 5What a beaut I purchased the CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 SE Mechanical RAPIDFIRE and have been using it for over 3 months now. If you're questioning about getting this or not, not to get all Shia Labeouf on you but...JUST! DO! IT! Corsair's listing photos are an accurate representation of the actual product. Also, it's currently cheaper ($130 what a steal) than when I had bought it ($174). At first, I was hesitant because of the price, but in the end I bit the bullet and I'm glad I did because I absolutely love everything about this keyboard.The white keys against a brushed aluminium frame is aesthetically pleasing. The special edition also looks great with custom keycaps. Also, the keys look as amazing as they feel. Like most mechanical keyboards, the keys feel and sound great to press. I've been having a great time gaming with this keyboard because of its responsiveness and textured preset keycaps. At first, I was wary that the keys were white because they'd get dirty easily, but that's actually not the case. Everything looks clean and new. Even the braided cord looks great.The RGB customization for Corsair is great. I love how easy it is to operate iCue. In addition, changing color profiles has been made easier with the addition of the first silver button on the left of the keyboard that looks like the silhouette of an orange-ish/yellow person. You can alternate between your saved RGB profiles by pressing that button. Next to that button is a little sun symbol which allows you to choose between 3 settings of lighting, which range between dim and bright. The music buttons above the number pad look great and I especially love the scroll wheel for volume, it's efficient and looks good.I actually do like the angled wrist rest. I didn't think I would be using it after reading about how others didn't like it in their review, but it's a lot more comfortable than I anticipated. While it doesn't feel like a pillow, I think it's great for gaming because of the elevation and the texture alleviates any kind of friction you'd normally get leaning your wrist against the edge of your desk. I also appreciate the built-in USB port, it's great for anyone who doesn't have enough USB ports on their laptop/PC tower.I could go on and on about how much I love this keyboard, but all in all, it's a good looking keyboard that's efficient and definitely well-made with good quality materials. Worth it. 5K70 RBG MK.2 SE This is for the MK.2 SE. It's gorgeous. The (silver) aluminum surface partially reflects the RGB lighting underneath the key caps. The Corsair software (iCUE) allows for separate profiles that the user can switch between via a dedicated button on the keyboard.The Cherry MX Speed (silver) switches are nicer than the Cherry Silent (red/pink) switches I used previously (keyboard switches are, of course, personal preference).The PBT key caps are sturdy and well built. Additionally, it is nice to have an option to use textured WASD key caps, which come included. A key cap pull tool is also included.The media buttons and volume control work well. The volume dial is easy to rotate and very responsive. The back lighting for the media buttons are also RGB, so they can be set up to blend in or stand out. 5The Mk.2 offers substantial improvements over the original First off, I love how this keyboard comes pre-installed with Corsair's doubleshot keycaps. I've always hated the shiny keycap problem - not just because of looks, but because of feel. The slightly textured doubleshot keycaps are a big improvement in this regard. They look and feel great.This version also no longer suffers from the wobbly keycap issue present in the first version (pictured on top in the photo, in black) The keycaps, especially the larger ones like shift and space, make a satisfying sound as you depress them and wobble very little. The originals rattled slightly.I've always liked the open design of this keyboard because you can clean it much more easily. No more removing every keycap so you can blow out the hair and dead skin =) 5Perhaps the BEST Keyboard Ever Created! Disclaimer: Ive used the Steel Series 6Gv2 (Cherry MX Black), as well as the Razer Black widow (Cherry MX Brown).For purposes of this review i am focusing on the performance, feel and build quality. (Spoiler: ITS FANTASTIC)Of all the keyboards i have used and typed on, this is by far the greatest thing my fingers have ever had the pleasure of experiencing besides *censored for family-friendly purposes*.Let me just say that if you enjoy linear switches, but are nervous about the sensitivity of the Cherry-Silver switches found on this board then fear not, for that was also my fear. The problem i had with cherry black was that sometimes i would press a key quickly just to find that i did not press hard enough and i would actually miss key presses that way. I got the black widow for the brown switches thinking that the tactile bump would help me know when the key was actuated. While it helped i could not help but feel that the tactile bump somehow slowed me down or got in the way of that smooth gliding typing feel.ENTER THE MX CHERRY SILVER.While i have never tried reds, i have heard that they are some of the most prefered switches for gaming. Having tried these i can now see why. When i go for a key, there is no worry about the key not actuating for the key effortlessly gives into the force of my finger. The switches are not so sensitive where the weight of my finger alone actuates them. It is just PERFECT. It truly is a hard thing to describe. For gaming i cannot imagine a better switch or board. And typists fear not for if you are sure footed in your typing skills then know that the linear switch is not your enemy when it comes to the Silver MX switches. I actually look forward to using this Keyboard every day. That is literally how much i enjoy this board. This is the first review i've wrote on amazon in years. That is literally how much i enjoy typing on this board. I almost dont want to even stop typing now lol. The funny thing is i was going to get the k70 with cherry mx browns, but decided on the LIMITED EDITION WHITE VERSION because it includes the DOUBLE SHOT KEYCAPS. which was a big deal for me. I wanted the most durable keyboard i could get and i saw how on the regular k70 some people complained about breaking keycaps. (YOU CAN BUY THE DOUBLE SHOT KEYCAPS SEPARATELY FOR $50). I thought it was well worth the risk with Amazons generous return policy to try this one out. PLUS THAT WHITE KEYBOARD IS SEXY LOOKING AF.I typed this whole review out on the board and only made 1-2 typos.rgb lighting is self explanatory. its gorgeous. everything about this board is gorgeous.BOTTOM LINE OR TLDR:Avid typist or Gamer you will not regret splurging on this board. It is the best purchase i have ever made for a PC peripheral and it works well on MAC as well. The included wrist rest is also really nice. though it is rigid is has a soft touch texture and has eliminated elbow and wrist discomfort that i would normally get on my glass desk surface.ps. DID I MENTION HOW MUCH I LOVE THE VOLUME WHEEL? EVEN WORKS ON THE MAC! 5
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