Corsair Strafe RGB MK2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Software

Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Software

The Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) software can be as powerful as you wish, or as simple as you need. If you just want to set the keyboard up to be a single colour in harmony with your system or clan then it's a matter of moments. If, on the other hand, you want to take the time to set up complicated configurations that take into account cooldowns timings on your game, or toggle between different colours when pressed, or whatever your mind can come up with, then the CUE software wont be the limiting factor. The very latest version of this software - the iCUE -  allows you to control your entire system, should you have plenty of Corsair RGB gear inside your case.

Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard  
Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard  
Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard  
Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard  
Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard  

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13-06-2018, 08:40:02

fadingfool
The dedicated Macro keys - if it had those I'd be tempted to upgrade from my current STRAFE (I guess it is now the MK1) .Quote

16-06-2018, 20:48:44

m2geek
When will Corsair stop using that Godawful font on their keycaps. I can't stand to look at it in photos, let alone have it on my desk.Quote

16-06-2018, 21:23:10

NeverBackDown
Another overpriced mechanical keyboard.

Really I remember going to the store when I was young and my father buying a mechanical keyboard for $30. Don't see how RGB can increase the cost to $140 USD. Sounds like they have profit margins near 80%.Quote

17-06-2018, 03:42:53

Excalabur50
Like everything NBD the demand is for mechanical and RGB so companies rub their hands together and milk it for all it's worthQuote

17-06-2018, 07:12:21

Dawelio
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Another overpriced mechanical keyboard.

Really I remember going to the store when I was young and my father buying a mechanical keyboard for $30. Don't see how RGB can increase the cost to $140 USD. Sounds like they have profit margins near 80%.
Because they use rare earth components as the LEDs ...Quote
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