Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2 Rapidfire Review
Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2, also called kallavI.2 we examined the low Profile Rapidfire keyboard.
Recently, innovative player keyboards have been our guest. The last member of Corsair’s highly crowded K70 series is also a product with very interesting features. The most important feature of the product, called the K70 Mk2 low Profile Rapidfire, is that it is shaped around the Cherry MX Low Profile Speed type switches designed with a low profile.
The use of low-profile switches also directly affected the design of the keyboard. The keyboard, which has a total height of 29 mm, is 11 mm lower than the standard K70 Mk2 we tested earlier. Although this may seem a little unusual at first, you soon adapt to the situation.
Weighing 1.08 kg, the keyboard’s brushed aluminum body leaves no fingerprints, and the material quality is also fine. Including an armrest made of soft plastic that we’re not all happy with.
At the top left of the clip, there are buttons that you will use to switch between the three profiles that you decoded from iCUE or change the RGB lighting style of the keyboard. On the right side, there are media keys that you can use to turn sound on and off. In addition, the USB 2.0 slot also found space on the keyboard.
Keys with a 1 mm grip point are 0.2 mm more sensitive than the low Profile Red series, already named Rapidfire jewelry comes from here. The total travel distance is also 3.2 mm, which is 0.8 mm lower than the standard keys.
At this point, we should note that Low Profile Speed switches surprise me on two issues. First, they’re too quiet to be a mechanical keyboard. Second, despite their low grip points and working weights, they are extremely comfortable when writing.
Corsair again managed to produce a great keyboard, but let’s also say that the price is$ 170, this is a product that will burn your pocket Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2 Low Profile Rapidfire.
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