Corsair releases K95 RGB gaming keyboard

Corsair releases K95 RGB gaming keyboard

When you hear of the US company Corsair you will probably think of computer memory, solid-state drives and power supply units. Well, Corsair makes peripheral devices too and one such device is the newly announced K95 RGB gaming keyboard.

As with any such product the new Corsair keyboard targets gamers and along with the Corsair name it offers high-end features and quality manufacturing. The K95 RGB gaming keyboard belongs to the company’s Cherry MX RGB product line and offers an aluminum chassis colored in black. The keyboard keys include 18 special G keys that allow the user to save up to 108 macros or preset combinations; all keys are Cherry MX RGB and are made in Germany. The refresh rate of the keys is 1000 Hz and there’s 100 per cent antighosting too for better gameplay when playing.

An interesting feature is that the K95 RGB gaming keyboard comes with a function that allows the end user to set a color for any keyboard key thanks to the integrated programming functions and the LEDs inside the keyboard. Thus you will have access to more than 16.8 million colors. There are multimedia keys too.

The suggested retail price of the new Corsair K95 RGB gaming keyboard is USD 189.99. The manufacturer gives 2 years of warranty as well.

Source: Corsair

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