Get $40 off One of Corsair’s Best Mechanical Gaming Keyboards

Corsair K100 RGB
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The Corsair K100 is one of the best gaming keyboards you can buy today, and today's substantial price cut finally gets rid of our main criticism of it, which is that it was too expensive. If that's been holding you back, now is the time to pick one up!

At Newegg, Corsair’s premium gaming keyboard is now $40 off — taking it down to just $189.99.

Corsair K100 RGB Optical-Mechanical keyboard: was $229.99, now $189.99 at Newegg with code 972HRFCL97

Corsair K100 RGB Optical-Mechanical keyboard: was $229.99, now $189.99 at Newegg with code 972HRFCL97
This top-of-the-line gaming keyboard from Corsair offers cutting-edge performance, durability, style and customization, thanks to a complete software package, lightning fast key switches and 44-zone RGB.

As you can read in our Corsair K100 RGB review, there’s a lot here for mechanical keyboard-loving gaming enthusiasts to get excited about. It all starts with the 1mm-actuation point optical mechanical Corsair OPX switches, which offer ultra-fast input, incredibly smooth travel, satisfying tactile feedback and a 150 million keystroke guarantee.

The cushioned wrist rest is great for ergonomics, and that wheel on the keyboard's top left is useful for productivity and media control. Beyond media controls, the six macro keys along the keyboard's left side can be customized to do whatever you want — giving you a competitive edge in gaming or a helping hand when working.

And all of this is packed into a sleek, aluminum chassis alongside Corsair’s Axon hyper-processing technology to give the K100 a native 4,000Hz hyper-polling for seriously speedy reaction times. Plus, did we mention the fully customizable RGB? If you’ve been waiting for an affordable upgrade to your keyboard, this is the one to get.

Jason England

Jason is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware — bringing a decade of tech and gaming journalism to the role. He specializes in making sure you never pay more than you should for PC components and tech! He has previously written for other publications like Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus and in his spare time, you'll find him looking for good dogs to pet or eating pizza in his home town of Nottingham, UK.