Corsair K60 RGB PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (CHERRY MV Keyswitches: Linear and Fast, Durable Aluminum Frame, Customisable Per-Key RGB Backlighting) QWERTY, Black

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Corsair K60 RGB PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (CHERRY MV Keyswitches: Linear and Fast, Durable Aluminum Frame, Customisable Per-Key RGB Backlighting) QWERTY, Black

Corsair K60 RGB PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (CHERRY MV Keyswitches: Linear and Fast, Durable Aluminum Frame, Customisable Per-Key RGB Backlighting) QWERTY, Black

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As I’ve already established the K60 RGB Pro doesn’t have a lot of extra meat on the bone. The only ‘extras’, if you can call them that, are the indicator LEDs on the top right side, but aside from that this is a very compact full sized board. I don’t think Corsair specifically focused on having a small footprint: there’s still a reasonable amount of extra space above and below where the keys end, but for me personally it’s a nice extra. I typed at 109 words per minute with a 94% accurate rate on the 10fastfingers.com typing test, which ties my 109-wpm average but with slightly more typos than my usual 5% error rate. Speaking of observing: I feel like I should mention the RGB lighting here. I usually don’t spend more than a few sentences on this kind of stuff but I think that people who are considering this particular board will, at least partially, be considering it because of Corsair’s pedigree when it comes to RGB (otherwise there are many other RGB-less boards to consider in the budget range) so I’ll just say that it’s very impressive. If you feel like you wouldlike this type of switch that offers more resistance once you’ve hit the actuation point and you don’t mind the caps or were planning on switching them out anyway this could definitely be an interesting keyboard. I can’t help but feel like there are better budget options out there, though. I don’t usually comment on price since that can vary wildly between regions and even the time of the year (sales and so on) but the MSRP of this board isn’t thatlow, all things considered, and unless these Viola switches sound like a dream to you it doesn’t really offer anything new or interesting aside from that signature Corsair RGB and look. https://corsair.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/MarketingCommunications/EuPXdrDmKBFIleOJJbAimqMB8ZK1fNDHqefeWjRQpDyRZA?e=1Om4SM

Now, you can remove the Viola keys, but doing so voids the warranty and other Cherry MX keys won't fit on the K60. It’s also a rather loud board and if you’re a heavy typist you’re definitely gonna get some ‘dink’ sounds so that’s not ideal either. I will say that the stabilizers on my copy feel pretty good and that there’s not a lot of wobbling on the keys but that doesn’t prevent me from actively disliking the whole typing experience. https://corsair.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/MarketingCommunications/Evxwzc8vkxFEv7AlURgkKtwBCSQ1YdSlN11HAZlg7KIBYQ?e=lbnjjPThe connection options are flexible as well, providing a Bluetooth, 2.4GHz HyperSpeed dongle, and corded options for any situation. Just keep in mind that Bluetooth connectivity has the tendency to lag from time to time. Thanks to the Hybrid onboard storage, you can create up to 5 different profiles of different lighting and macro options and cycle through them at the touch of a button. Constructed with high-quality materials, the Corsair K60 RGB Pro provides durability and longevity. Its reliable performance and premium build ensure a long-lasting companion for intense gaming sessions. With this being a budget board it’s no surprise that you don’t find a a lot of extras in the box. In fact you don’t find anything. There are no additional WASD keys, nor is there a wrist rest or even a keycap puller. That last one’s a bit of a shame if you’re asking me, doubly so because Corsair actually emphasizes the fact that the K60 RGB Pro has a standard bottom row ‘for keycap customization.’ A regular keycap puller doesn’t cost anything, I know, but perhaps that’s why I always like to see one included with keyboards. Features and Build Although this is one of Corsair’s cheaper mechanical gaming keyboards, you still get the customization benefits of Corsair’s well-developed iCue software. It can be somewhat daunting to navigate at first but offers extensive control over the K60 RGB Pro. It’s also a requirement if you want to make any custom profiles, remap keys or do macro recording or customized RGB effects. Sadly, there’s no onboard memory for storing customized profiles or macros (RGB presets hog the only onboard memory). So if you want to make different profiles for various uses, like different games, you must have the software running. Conveniently, you can have profiles automatically launch with different programs. Founded in 1994, CORSAIR has grown from pioneering the high-performance DRAM market into one of the world’s leading providers of high-performance gaming and streaming products. CORSAIR offers a complete range of products to equip gamers, enthusiasts, and esports athletes, including mechanical keyboards, precision gaming mice, wireless headsets, premium PC components, and the CORSAIR ONE fully-integrated gaming PC. With a company-wide commitment to quality, innovative design, advanced features and high-performance, CORSAIR products have won thousands of media and industry awards, earning their place in gamers’ hands and PCs following years of development and engineering by a team dedicated to building great products that they themselves would want to use.

Operating Force:Simply put, operating force is the amount of pressure needed to depress a key enough to get to its actuation point.

Will these be compatible with non-CORSAIR keyboards?

https://corsair.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/MarketingCommunications/EuyWThQb9UxDjvFxghtU5mkBVv8q4Q3evzt8MbLL5DeoWA?e=3QHNP0 The Corsair K60 RGB Pro is a gaming keyboard designed for optimal performance. Featuring a USB interface, it allows for a seamless connection to your gaming setup. The keyboard is equipped with mechanical key switches, providing a tactile and responsive typing experience. However, it is important to note that the keyboard language is set to French, with a layout corresponding to the QWERTY configuration.

The Cherry Viola switches fared a bit better on the battlefield than with typing. They don’t require much force to actuate, so holding down a button or a few for long periods of time, such as when navigating terrain, was less tiring. The keys are pretty close together, however, so sometimes i had to take my eyes off the screen to reorient myself. With an iconic brushed aluminum frame, 100% CHERRY mechanical keyswitches, and brilliant lighting, each K60 PRO keyboard is a stylish and strong choice to make you the key player in every game. The Corsair K60 RGB Pro is one of the vendor’s cheapest mechanical keyboards but still proves great for gaming. Its switches are snappy and offer a similar and light experience as the very popular Cherry MX Reds. Low-profile keycaps let RGB run wild, while a solid top plate and USB connector provide extra durability. This isn’t an easy one to conclude. On the one hand I strongly dislike the Viola switches, but that’s personal. On the other hand there’s also the fact that the keycaps feel subpar, but that could perhaps be expected from a budget keyboard.

On the bottom of the board there are five rubber strips to hold the K60 in place during intense gaming sessions, and they do a good job at that. If you prefer to play at an angle there are also two flip up feet to do just that. Performance and Everyday Usage After about 5 seconds, release the ESC key. You will see the keyboard lighting flash if the reset is successful. After about 2 to 5 seconds, release the ESC key. You will see the keyboard lighting flash if the reset is successful.



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