Corsair Vengeance K60 Keyboard Review
Up Close Continued
This is a very neat bit of kit. It's a palm rest for your left hand that slips neatly below the WASD keys but hides a cool secret. As well as holding all of the sculpted keys, or the standard ones if you've swapped, it also has the ever useful key remover. The last thing you want to be doing is using a screwdriver and gouge that aluminium finish.
It's not just a case of sculpting them all into the same uniform pattern either. They've all been tuned to fit perfectly.
Beneath the keys lie those great Cherry MX Red switches. Swapping keys couldn't be simpler and really is a couple of seconds per key.
Although there is no lighting on the K60 the rest of the top right hand corner is the same as the K90, with a Windows Key Lock, the media keys and the barrel volume control. You wont appreciate how amazing that feels to use without actually trying one, which we highly recommend.
Don't let the dual-USB fool you, one is solely for the USB port on the back of the keyboard, so if you don't plan on using that you're not taking up precious USB sockets on your computer.