Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 15 May 2020.
Fairly surprised at the price of this considering the body construction and that it's not mechanical, even accounting for Corsair tax and RGB levy. Dropping the price would have made it a good entry level board for first timers and a way to pull people into their ecosystem.
If you don't want the mouse mat I'd give it a good home When gaming at a desk i like to strectch my arms out and lean back sometimes, so being able to push my mouse and keyboard forward and not have to rearrange my mat would be a godsend.
wouldn't mind a wireless keyboard if the tech is there and willing to pay a wee premium, but £90 for smushy dome keyboard is quite the ask plus who is this aimed at if it's too large to move away from desk (and in what world does 30foot range matter ?).
Also don't see why bloomin' everything needs RGB too - basic 3 colour options backlight is great but i'll stick with that and let others fork out an extra £50 on something you can light up like a programmable christmas tree.
I have this keyboard and think its great. Battery is good on it, and RGB is nice at night, though have my setup on a static colour.
I don't have any issues with it being dome keyboard to be honest, I find it fine in games I play
Who messed up the comments link for the Asus TUF Gaming K7 Optical-Mech Keyboard Review @MLyons ?
Just looked at the video... Now we know who The Black Fingernail is. (you need to know your Carry On films)
What's the point of a massive wireless keyboard? It should be tkl or smaller.
Not bad the technology Wireless Corsair Slipstream.
"Hey can you bring in a new designer for this keyboard please?"
"I present, the five assed monkey !"
Er, you want a full sized keyboard but you don't want wires?
I really like the convenience of my wireless keyboard, but I couldn't live without a number pad, for example.
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