Corsair vengeance K60 review -
A short while ago Corsair dazed us a little by once again launching new products in their product line-up. Honestly, we didn't see it coming ... Vengeance Gaming series keyboards and mice.
Corsair wouldn't be Corsair if they didn't do something special though, products that break away from the regular stuff. Aimed at the gamers, they launched amongst others, the Vengeance K60 keyboard. It's in fact the keyboard on which I type this article.
So Corsair decided to release the Vengeance K60 keyboard, a K90 keyboard as well as an M60 laser mouse (which we'll review later). With the K60 keyboard - targeted at gamers - they started developing a product to suit your needs. This keyboard comes with a 1 ms report rate, a 20-key rollover, USB connectivity, anti-ghosting and Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches.
Corsair steps it up a notch though, to make you as a gamer a little more comfortable, the WASD key caps are textured and a contoured left-wrist rest provides comfort during extended gaming sessions. The keyboard has a top layer with an aluminum cover, is nice and heavy so it won't move on your desktop and comes with thick braided black cable, and actually two USB connectors (we'll explain later).
Now all that being a mechanical keyboard targeted at a price of 90 EUR, well that's not sounding bad for sure. Hey, it's hardware for gamers, so let's check it out. Head on over to the next page where we'll have a good look at what Corsair is offering. But not before you had a quick peek of course.
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