Corsair K65 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Today, I’m very excited to be bringing you guys a look at the new badass Corsair k60 v luxe mechanical keyboard.

Corsair K65 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsair K65 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

The all-new K 65 luxe mechanical keyboard is part of a new line of mechanical keyboards from Corsair Corsair also released the new k70 rapid-fire which uses the new cherry MX speed switches decay 65 Lux is a new and improved version of its ten keyless older brother the K 65 the K 65 luxe offers individual key illumination with full sixteen point eight million color RGB lighting there are three brightness settings as well as dedicated volume buttons and a Windows lock key so you don’t have to worry about accidentally pressing it during gaming sessions the LEDs are housed inside Corsairs clear key switch bodies which give them better durability and allow them to easily permeate the key cap as well as the underside of the board the K 65 features 100% anti-ghosting and full key rollover as is becoming the standard with Corsairs gaming keyboards the lux comes with a detachable wrist rest as well as two sets of textured key caps a set of WASD for first-person shooters and a set of qw ERDF for MOBAs as an added touch the textured key caps also allow for LED lighting to illuminate the key another added bonus of the K 65 is that its new key caps also allow for full illumination of the secondary functions the K 65 has a brushed aluminum gun metal backplate the metal backplate gives us thing a top-quality look and feel however the brushed aluminum attracts more oils and fingerprints than say the matte finish on the razer blackwidow at six the K 65 uses Cherry MX red switches while the Cherry MX Reds are a tried-and-true linear gaming switch this may turn off some users who prefer a tactile feel from Blues or Browns here is a quick sound test of the Cherry MX red it’s also interesting that Corsair did not put the new cherry and make speed switches in this board since the speed switches are just Cherry MX Reds with a one point two millimeter travel distance opposed to Cherry MX Reds to millimeter the only explanation I can think of is that Corsair is saving the speed switch for their flagship keyboard the K 70 the K 65 comes with a nice braided cable which is not removable like the previous k 60 five model it’s important to note that the USB connectors on the K 65 are not gold-plated and Corsair is still using a really giant plastic body for the USB connector that makes it hard to plug some connectors in next to it on some motherboards however looking at the back of the keyboard you will find the K 65 now comes with USB pass-through as well as a bios mode and polling rate selector Corsairs q software offers a variety of preset lighting options as well as the ability to create custom macros and lighting profiles the font on the K 65 is the same one as on the strafe RGB it looks like Corsair is switching to this font for all of their gaming keyboards as it is also on the new K 70 rapid-fire this is kind of a bummer for me personally as I’m not much of a fan of the large lettering or textured spacebar all gripes aside the K 65 luxe is a really nice keyboard for the money I picked mine up for one keep in mind that like the Corsair strafe RGB with cherry MX silent switches the K 65 luxe is a Best Buy exclusive Corsair really hit it out of the park with their new lineup of game keyboards you can tell that they’re really listening to what consumers are saying the K 65 Lux has everything you could want in a 10 keyless gaming keyboard well that’s it for my review of the Corsair k 60 v luxe RGB mechanical keyboard.

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