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Corsair K65 RGB Mini Review

Rating: 7.5.

Today we're taking a look at Corsair's first 60% keyboard, the K65 RGB Mini. Despite its diminutive size, this keyboard isn't short on features – including a detachable USB-A to USB-C cable, full n-key rollover, 100% anti-ghosting, Cherry MX Red switches, 8,000Hz polling rate and more! Is it really worth the high asking price of £109.99? 

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  • Weight: 0.58kg
  • Lighting: RGB
  • USB Polling Rate : Up to 8,000Hz with AXON
  • Key switches: CHERRY® MX REDS
  • Matrix: 61 Keys
  • Connectivity: Wired
  • Adjustable Height: No
  • Additional coloured and textured keycaps: Radiant Space Bar, CORSAIR logo
  • Media Controls
  • Keyboard Rollover: Full Key (NKRO) with 100% Anti-Ghosting
  • Form Factor: 60%
  • Wired Connectivity: USB 3.0 or 3.1 Type-A
  • Cable Type: Detachable
  • On-Board Memory: 8MB
  • Number Onboard profiles: Up to 50
  • iCUE Software
  • Keyboard Cable Material: Braided

You can purchase the K65 RGB Mini from Overclockers UK for £109.99 HERE!

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  • Travel friendly.
  • Excellent amount of function keys including mouse control.
  • Detachable USB-C cable.
  • Offers some features you would expect from a full size keyboard.
  • Solid build quality without much flex.


  • High price point.
  • Installed spacebar is ABS not PBT, as is the spare Corsair ESC key.
  • No flip out feet (it's fixed height).
  • No wireless control.
  • Switches are not hot-swappable.

KitGuru says: The K65 RGB Mini is a good example of a mini keyboard, it looks great and still sports many of the features you would expect from a full-size keyboard. However, having a wireless capability and hot-swappable switches would have made sense for the price point because there are currently a few 60/65% keyboards that have more or less the same feature-set for less.

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Rating: 7.5.

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