Corsair debuts updated Vengeance keyboard

Corsair debuts updated Vengeance keyboard

If you are looking for a new gaming keyboard then Corsair might be your next choice – the famous company has released an updated version of its Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard – the Vengeance K70.

The new keyboard comes with a stylish aluminum chassis that is colored in black and features blue and red backlight LEDs. The keyboard has four levels of brightness that can be applied to individual keys and when fully configured the created profile can be saved for later use.

The Vengeance K70 makes use of high quality mechanical Cherry MX Red, Cherry MX Blue, Cherry MX Brown and WASD keys and the opportunity to exchange them if any one of them goes bad. The keyboard can also recognize up to 20 keys, pressed at the same time and has a number of multimedia keys too including a USB port. The refresh rate of the keys reaches 1000 Hz.

The new Corsair gaming keyboard is not cheap though – expect to spend around USD 130 on it.

Source: Corsair

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