Last week, Corsair introduced us to a brand new keyboard based on its K70 mechanical keyboard. This one is a little bit different though. Thanks to new Cherry MX RGB keyswitches, users have 16.8 million colors to choose from when it comes to their backlit keys.
Corsair, along with German Cherry Corp., debuted the keyboard at CES this year, but the former won't actually launch the world's first Cherry MX RGB-based gaming keyboards until later this year. Luckily, we were able to catch up with Corsair at CES to get a little peek at the peripheral, so you can see what it looks like outside of press renders and demo reels ahead of its scheduled launch.
No word on pricing or specific availability, but we'll keep you posted.
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Sorry I cant support Roccat..Their mice are way too clicky to the point where the weight of your finger will click the buttons. pretty uncomfortable to have to tense your hand to avoid misclicking all the time. Corsair have better mice, and with that I'll trust their engineers over Roccat any day.
The Maximus keyboard is closer to $1600 and isn't available anymore. You'd have to be saving for a while and then have to source one, too.