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When it comes to gaming keyboards, it’s all about the mechanical switch keys. Corsair have used them to make some seriously good boards but the new Vengeance K70 is my current favourite. I’ve been using its keenly admired predecessor, the Vengeance K60, as my main workhorse since the range launched in spring 2012. That wasn’t without its problems, but Corsair have listened, and polished up almost all of those faults in this pricey but excellent addition to the series.
“Gaming wise this is a samurai sword in terms of performance, the response is quick, the ergonomics are good and the build / key quality is best in class, you couldn't ask for much more from your keyboard.”
Publication language is French: “robust and visually appealing” “Ultimately, therefore, it’s an excellent product, robust and well thought out.” “It is sold at around € 110, which is quite reasonable for a keyboard of this quality.”
Vengeance K95 is full-sized and fully mechanical, with Cherry MX Red key switches, key-by-key customizable backlighting, 18 G-keys, and full key matrix anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB.
Corsair Vengeance K70 offers a full set of Cherry MX Blue key switches, key-by-key adjustable brilliant blue backlighting, and 100% anti-ghosting, all in a rugged, professional-grade brushed aluminum chassis.
Corsair Vengeance K70 offers a full set of Cherry MX Brown key switches, key-by-key adjustable brilliant blue backlighting, and 100% anti-ghosting, all in a rugged, professional-grade brushed aluminum chassis.
An enthusiast-grade gaming keyboard designed for MMO and RTS gameplay with premium responsiveness, superior customizability, and outstanding durability.
The Vengeance K60 is an enthusiast-grade FPS gaming keyboard with premium responsiveness, superior customizability, and outstanding durability. The K60 requires no dedicated drivers or software.
Vengeance K65 is the mechanical gaming keyboard with full-size key spacing in a short body design that’s easy to pack and go.