Vengeance K70 wins Editor's Choice Award from PC Gamer!
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.
“We like the rubberized swappable WASD & 1~6 keys and that back-lighting system is just downright hot stuff. So with all factors and features combined we again recommend the K70 to the masses of FPS players out there.”
“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.”
Vengeance K95 wins Editor's Choice/Must Have award from Bright Side of News!
"Truth be told, for the moment being, a flawless choice doesn’t exist, but given some nods here and there, this product comes fairly close. It grows on you with use – and while the K90 did possess that trait too, Vengeance K95 is a true step-up and well worth the extra money ($149.99). Despite some quirks, it is one of those rare top of the line mechanical keyboards that are a joy to use. Gaming audience certainly can’t miss with purchase, but the same is worth saying for professional typists as well."
“The Corsair K70 is a comprehensive yet modestly-sized gaming keyboard with mechanical keys. It doesn't feature any extra gaming keys, but you do get key-by-key customizable backlighting, a wrist support, media keys and special keys for the WASD and 1-6 keys. The Cherry MX Red keys are great for typing and gaming, and the build quality is solid with the aluminium top. The same keyboard will soon also be available with Cherry MX Brown or Blue keys. The average price of £123 or € 134 for a mechanical keyboard of this level of quality is very reasonable, especially considering the material. The Corsair K70 therefore walks away with the Hardware.Info Silver Award.”
" The Vengeance series will offer you not controversial gimmicks such as audio connections or high number of connections to USB , but is definitely worth the cost and ensure its also fun when you play and when typing"