Corsair unveils Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard

High-end hardware maker Corsair has supplemented its Vengeance hardware line with a new gaming keyboard that goes by the name of Vengeance K70.

The new keyboard will be available in two versions – in silver aluminum color and blue LED lighting and in black color with red LED lighting. The LED lighting will allow the user to choose among four levels of brightness and there’s also the opportunity to adjust the brightness of every keyboard key as well as design and save custom LED lighting configurations.

The keyboard itself is built around Cherry MX Red mechanical switches and includes 20-key rollover, a 1000 Hz reporting rate, contoured keycaps for WASD keys, dedicated multimedia controls, an extra USB connector and a detachable wrist rest.

The Corsair Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard will become available in April 2013. The gaming keyboard will sell for USD 129.99.


Source: Corsair

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