Corsair Vengeance K60 Keyboard Review

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Corsair Vengeance K60 Keyboard Review

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Similarly to how the M60 is red compared to the M90s blue, so the K60 is red compared to the blue of the K90. The key (ahem) elements of the K60 being the sculpted WASD keys they're the highlight in the clear panel on the left.

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The internal packaging is extremely sturdy, which matches the keyboard itself. You could drive over this without causing it any ill effects.

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Without the need for the macro keys the left hand side of the K60 is obviously shorter than the K90, but besides that it's identical. The same gorgeous aluminium body and that beautifully crafted volume control, hewn from a solid barrel of aluminium.

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Although the keys themselves stand proud, such is the low profile chassis, they require the same low 2mm actuation thanks to those Cherry MX Red switches. There is even a USB pass-through on the back should you require somewhere to quickly plug a stick in.

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Most Recent Comments

09-03-2012, 09:27:42

trazom
Nice review.

It would have been illuminated I have bought it without hesitation. Pity. Quote

09-03-2012, 10:13:17

Lollipop
Did anybody notice it says OC3D in the picture? Quote

09-03-2012, 10:16:25

ExtremeBB
Is everything from Corsair now "Vengeance" ?!

/goes to search what it means...Quote

09-03-2012, 10:50:19

CrissTM
Nice, but way to expensive in my opinion.

By the way, the Roccat Isku looks better (just a matter of taste).

10x for the nice review.Quote

09-03-2012, 13:30:22

mini me
Great review as always , I was considering the K60, but bought the K90 as I like my blue But this is still a nice keyboard by the looks of itQuote
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