The Corsair K70 RGB TKL arrives in a box with a typical Corsair design, so it’s a primarily yellow-black cardboard package that demonstrates the keyboard’s look/design and lighting. The reviewed model features Cherry MX switches (Brown), 8,000 Hz polling, full n-key rollover, and full anti-ghosting. In other words – (a bit more than) a standard list (considering the polling rate, but it shouldn’t be a surprise after checking the TKL version).
The back of the box shows the features of this keyboard.
Inside, we find the keyboard between cardboard on all sides for security during transit, additionally protected by a transparent plastic bag.
Additionally, inside we can find a detachable USB Type-C to Type-A cable, safety information, and a warranty card.
This time, there are no FPS/MOBA keycaps and a keycap puller, which is really surprising.
The Corsair K70 RGB PRO’s frame is made of aluminum and has dimensions of 444(L) x 166(W) x 40(H) mm, and a weight of 1.15 kg. It is robust, looks sturdy, and it’s finished to a very high standard (especially the aluminum frame). The keycaps are PBT (which is more reliable than ABS).
You’ll find a palm rest in a plastic bag.