Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 – The Low Profile Keyboard I want
I’ll admit, I have strange obsession for low profile keyboards, I’m ashamed to admit I used an Apple keyboard for a while because I liked the low profile design and the current Surface Laptop I use has a keyboard that almost matches everything I want, so when Corsair announced the K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE and K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE RAPIDFIRE keyboards I got a little excited.
Utilising CHERRYÂ® MX Low Profile RGB Red Keyswitches on the K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE or Corsair exclusive CHERRYÂ® MX Low Profile RGB Speed Keyswitches on the K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE RAPIDFIRE and the strength of an anodized aluminium frame you’ll get strength and some great key caps in the same package.
Of course there’s RGB which is compatible with the iCUE software from Corsair allowing you to create profiles and store then on the 8MB of onboard profile storage for changing or RGB design. Other features included multimedia controls, textured replacement WASD and QWERDF Keycaps, USB 2.0 Type-A pass-through port and a detachable palm rest.
One of the features I love is the 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover, this means every key press will be registered (unlike my current keyboard).
I want one.
Tags: Corsair, Keyboard