|Productafmetingen||43.79 x 16.59 x 3.89 cm; 1.25 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Nee|
|Batterijen wel of niet meegeleverd||Nee|
CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanisch gamingtoetsenbord, RGB-ledverlichting, Cherry MX Brown
|Je bespaart:||€10,99 (6%)|
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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|Beschrijving van toetsenbord||Gaming|
|Inbegrepen componenten||CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanisch toetsenbord, FPS/MOBA toetssets, palmsteun, garantiekaart, snelstartgids Meer bekijken|
|Ondersteuning voor achtergrondverlichting van toetsenbord||RGB|
|Stijl||RGB LED MK2|
|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||43.8 x 16.6 x 3.9 centimeter|
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- Frame van geanodiseerd geborsteld aluminium van luchtvaartkwaliteit
- 8 MB profielopslag met hardware playback
- Dynamische, meerkleurige verlichting per toets
- 100% Cherry MX keyswitches
- Speciale volume-en multimediaknoppen
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De CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 is een hoogwaardig mechanisch gamingtoetsenbord waarvan je jarenlang plezier hebt. Het is voorzien van een duurzaam lichtgewicht aluminium frame en 100% CHERRY MX keyswitches met vergulde contacten en geeft je de betrouwbaarheid en nauwkeurigheid die je nodig hebt. De krachtige CORSAIR iCUE-software zorgt voor geavanceerde macroprogrammering, levendige, dynamische meerkleurige verlichting en volledige synchronisatie van de systeemverlichting. Met 8 MB toegewezen ingebouwd geheugen enhardware playback kun je al je instellingen meenemen. Allerlei extra's zorgen ervoor dat je jouw pc onder handbereik hebt; met USB pass-through, speciale multimediaknoppen, een afneembare zachte polssteun en getextureerde FPS-en MOBA-keycaps speel je probleemloos op jouw manier en worden onderbrekingen tot het minimum beperkt. Dit is het geweldigste K70 toetsenbord tot nu toe.
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In the '80s, I used the IBM Model F and Model M keyboards, which I loved, but my all-time favourite keyboard was made by a long-dead company called Wang. It was the best typists keyboard that I ever found - 'til now.
The brown switches have the same action and feel as my old beloved Wang keyboard. When I was shopping for a new keyboard, I was actually looking for blue switches, but I think I'm better off with the browns. The superb backlighting of this keyboard ensures that I can actually read the key legends. The iCUE software, once you figure it out, is great for developing new colour themes, but it does have a learning curve.
The K70 Mk.2 is an all around great keyboard. It is expensive, but even though I don't care about any of the advanced gaming features, for me it is worth every penny. Even if you're not a gamer, it comes highly recommended.
Pro - Build construction is very good
- No superficial key at the wrong place ( i'm not a guy that use macro and like the K95 and other brand (macro on the left side of the keyboard annoy me a lot)
- Cherry Mx Brown are fantastic
- The volume wheel is a key feature i wanted , and it feel fantastic
- Able to customize the RGB to not make it annoying
Cons - Noisy , i was surprise by the noise , not annoying but more noisy that i thought, carful if you live in an environnement that need quietness .
- the Corsair ICUE app is a not easy to use.
However, I got a new one. Lost of lights, if you like RGB lights this has those for that. But I prefer a single dull red color on my keyboards so I will be disabling it once I get the software installed. USB passthrough is that cheapskate way where they have a second USB connector in the main cable that splits to a Y and takes up two ports... but it does not have a USB hub internally nor does it passthrough USB 3. Shame but it's ok because it lets me use a short mouse cable and then plug the mouse into my keyboard.
Wrist rest is not great for me and I will be replacing it with a better wrist rest. However, it is nice that the wrist rest is attached to the keyboard. Overall I prefer my cheaper HyperX and the cheaper unit feels better (same switches, better keycaps, no echoey ringing inside the keyboard) but I bought this because the HyperX did not have N key rollover and this unit does. Best keyboard I could find in stock but there are better options for the money if you can find them.
It's ok but just ok. Maybe for $100 less even if we gave up the per key RGB lights I would feel better about recommending it.
One thing I hope to test and that I hope works is the integrated profile storage. The keyboard can be programmed like for the lighting and then save those programs to internal memory even on another computer without the software running. This is good for me because I rarely use Windows or Mac so most keyboard software cannot be running all the time because half or more of the time I'm on machines that cannot run the software or just don't have it installed (I'm not installing Corsair iCue on a client's computer id I'm fixing it... not going to happen). If the profile storage works as implied then the keyboard will be worth every penny to me.
I decided to go with the Brown keys as the descriptions I read made them sound closest to the feel of my previous keyboard. The Brown keys do feel similar. There is a slight moment of resistance when you first press the key. It feels like the key has a slight bump that you need to push past for the key to fully drop. I've tried the Cherry MX Red keys and they are completely smooth -- no variation in how the key slides from top to bottom. I definitely prefer the subtle tactile feedback of the Brown keys as I type.
The keys don't actually make any additional "clicking" sound like some keyboards. However, compared to my old keyboard, this one is definitely a little louder -- hard plastic hitting hard plastic. Maybe I'm exhibiting a bit of OCD, but every once in a while I can hear the slight "twang" of a spring in the keys.
The keyboard is overall smaller than my previous keyboard, but still comfortable for typing. The one weird thing is that the shifted states are printed underneath the normal key state. For example, ! is printed under the 1 on the key, whereas most keyboards have the ! printed above the 1. Most of the time I'm not looking as I type so it doesn't matter, but once in a while it will mess with my head if I'm looking as I type.
I actually really like the wrist support. It's just a simple plastic piece but I like the feel of the texture on it and the height and depth feels good. It connects to the keyboard securely and looks nicely integrated. The keyboard also has some nice grippy rubber feel that seem to really hold the keyboard in place on my desk.
I have to say that the lighting is pretty cool. I must have spent an hour just messing around it. The iCUE tool isn't very intuitive at the start, but once you get the hang of it, you can do quite a lot. Basically the tool allows you to layer different lighting effects and each layer can be applied to specific (individual) keys. For example, I can set the key to be pulsating blue normally, but momentarily change colour when I press it, while also having it send a ripple of colours through the other keys that share the same effect. I settled on some fairly basic non-distracting effects, but you could really go crazy if you wanted to (a bunch of YouTube videos demonstrate this).
Overall, an expensive keyboard but it has a quality feel to it. I It's heavy and feels really solid. Typing has a satisfying feel to it. The lighting is definitely fun to mess around with and provides a lot of customization options.
My previous keyboard was a HyperX RGB Cherry Blue (which I wasn't too happy with, both feel and quality wise.)
I also used a Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire Cherry MX Speed, but that proved way too sensitive and I kept on hitting key combinations that I couldn't disable.
This keyboard, though, hits the sweet spot for me.
Cherry Brown is the perfect tactile + resistance. Not too hard, but not too soft either.
Angle of the keyboard with the feet down is perfect.
The keys have a smooth, yet slightly soft feel to my fingers. They feel really pleasant to the touch. Something I've not noticed before in other keyboards.
Wrist rest is also comfortable.
This keyboard has reduced my fatigue and errors in typing. (I was struggling with the HyperX for some reason.) It's made a huge difference in my ability to get writing done.
While I also love the look and design, I've found that, in the end, what really matters is comfort and responsiveness. This keyboard just works for me and assuming it holds up, I will certainly get it again when the time comes.