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News Corsair launches K63 Cherry MX Red compact gaming keyboard

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 17 Mar 2017.

  1. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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  2. Guinevere

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    I don't get it.... It's being marketed for gamers and yet it's kind of rectangular and 'normal' looking.

    Well I for one am going to imagine it's got weird spiky triangles sticking out by the wrist rest, has a weird 80's typeface on the keys and is actually called the 'GAM3ST3R XTr3me WannaB33 9000'

    There you go, I've fixed it. Now it's a proper GAMER keyboard...

    In my mind.
     
  3. Arboreal

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    Thank goodness someone's seen sense, phew it looks worryingly conventional :D.
    I thought it was far too restrained in these RGB ridden days (I know there's a K65 RGB that covers that already).

    Having gone to a plain K65 from a backlit keyboard, I must admit I don't miss the lighting often (hands in L337 Gamerz card), and the brushed grey alu deck looks nicer than this one.

    I wish they'd put the roller volume on from the larger keyboard (on this and the K65s), those buttons just aren't the same.
     
  4. Wwhat

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    They should not release this without also releasing a separate numeric keypad.
    Because really, a keypad is essential but it might be nice in some circumstances if it could be placed in its own location, which when it isn't part of the main keyboard is more handy than if you end up with 2 keypads.
     

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