Corsair unleashes new Corsair gaming RGB keyboard


corsair-k95It looks like the new Corsair Gaming division and brand that is dedicated to elevating PC gaming is starting to work out pretty well for Corsair, having taken a leaf from Corsair’s engineering know-how while working in partnership alongside eSports professionals and gaming enthusiasts to deliver a brand new gaming keyboard that will definitely pique your interest, if you feel that your gaming skills have plateaued and you need a new piece of hardware in order to go to the next level. There are three new gaming keyboards on offer here, namely the Corsair K95 RGB, K70 RGB, and K65 RGB, although we will pay primary attention to the K95 RGB.

Regardless of which particular model that you decide on, all three of these gaming keyboards will boast of color-customizable, 16.8 million color backlighting, and they will make exclusive use of the German-made Cherry MX RGB mechanical key switches as part of an exclusive-to-launch partnership with Cherry.

No, this Cherry here is not the fruit that has pits and ends up leaving your fingers sticky – rather, they are key switches that come built with the exacting precision of Cherry’s self-cleaning, corrosion-proof Gold-Crosspoint electrical contacts, and having sold more than five billion of these puppies, you can be sure that the Cherry MX mechanical key switches happen to be the premier choice of professional gamers and enthusiasts who want nothing less than uncompromising reliability and performance.

When that is merged alongside Corsair Gaming’s distinctive aircraft-grade aluminum baseplate, the Cherry MX RGB key switches are capable of offering a professional-level gaming keyboard that ensures not only consistency but also accuracy with the touch of every key.

The new Corsair RGB gaming keyboards support full macro programmability on any key, and the K95 RGB will even boast of an additional array of 18 dedicated macro keys and dedicated media-keys. There will be onboard memory that stores performance and lighting settings, and each purchase comes with a 2-year warranty for the added peace of mind. The Corsair K95 RGB will not come cheap though, with a $189.99 sticker price slapped on it.

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Steven Says: September 28, 2014 at 2:33 pm

Looks like a slick keyboard …. I’ll be seriously considering asking my folks to get this for me at Christmas!

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