Corsair announced their new K70 Lux mechanical keyboard

Corsair announced their new K70 Lux mechanical keyboard

Corsair announced their new K70 Lux mechanical keyboard

Corsair announced their new K70 Lux mechanical keyboard

 

Corsair announced their new K70 Lux mechanical keyboard which comes with enhanced lighting, improved keycap designs, and the option to use Cherry MX red, blue, brown and RGB key switches.

This new keyboard is designed to offer several design improvements on their older K70 designs and offer superior lighting as well as full Key rollover and an all black aesthetic.  

 

 

Right now this keyboard is available in K70 (full tenkey) and K65 (tenkey less) designs as well as a K70 non-RGB variant. These are all currently available to order on Corsair's website and should be available at retailers soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's new K70 Lux keyboards on the OC3D Forums

  

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23-07-2016, 15:48:05

Chrazey
How many new RGB, mechanical keyboards are there?... Jesus, coming out like every day almost.

I bet the wrist rest is the same as the original K70?... Were too short for me unfortunately.Quote

23-07-2016, 17:26:37

GiantKiwi
Please god. Will these companies start using MX Clear switches..

Use a CODE Keyboard at work, and it is literally the best switch out there, effectively a stiffer actuating brown switch, much less tiring to use.

IMO red switch users may as well just go back to membrane keyboards, as you cannot tell the difference anyway.Quote

23-07-2016, 17:43:28

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
Please god. Will these companies start using MX Clear switches..

Use a CODE Keyboard at work, and it is literally the best switch out there, effectively a stiffer actuating brown switch, much less tiring to use.

IMO red switch users may as well just go back to membrane keyboards, as you cannot tell the difference anyway.
I can tell the difference immediately, Membranes feel quite horrible now in comparison.Quote

24-07-2016, 04:01:00

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
IMO red switch users may as well just go back to membrane keyboards, as you cannot tell the difference anyway.
I'm sorry, but that's just plain wrong...

On topic: Isn't this just them introducing the 'Lux' branding? The K70's has had the new font for a while now IIRCQuote

24-07-2016, 05:41:35

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
Please god. Will these companies start using MX Clear switches..

Use a CODE Keyboard at work, and it is literally the best switch out there, effectively a stiffer actuating brown switch, much less tiring to use.

IMO red switch users may as well just go back to membrane keyboards, as you cannot tell the difference anyway.
I have both red switch and a membrane kb I use for my TV. It's very clear and easy to notice the difference!Quote
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