Corsair has recently updated two of its popular gaming keyboards – the K70 RGB & the Strafe RGB – with the new boards adopting the ‘MK.2’ moniker. In this review we take a look at the improvements made to the Strafe, which is one of Corsair’s more affordable high end keyboards. Has Corsair listened to user feedback and made some worthwhile changes?
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- Key Switches: Cherry MX Silent or Red Mechanical
- Form Factor: Standard Full Size
- Connectivity: 2 x USB 2.0
- USB Pass-through Port: Yes
- Wrist Rest: Yes, Detachable
- Report Rate: 1000Hz
- Anti-Ghosting: Yes
- Key Rollover: Full Key Rollover
- Media Keys: Yes
- Win Lock Key: Yes
- Back-Lit Keys: Yes led RGB
- On-board Memory Yes
- Colour: Black
- Dimensions: 168 x 40 x 447 mm (WxHxD)
- Weight: 1460 g
- Fully customisable RGB lighting.
- Dedicated media keys.
- USB pass through.
- Excellent iCUE software.
- Removable wrist rest.
- Limited mechanical switch options.
- Plastic body.
- Underside feet are slippy.
- Spacebar is a little noisy.
The Corsair Strafe MK.2 can be found at Overclockers UK for £149.99 HERE.
KitGuru says: The Corsair Strafe MK.2 is a good choice for gamers who want a keyboard with Cherry MX Silent switches. However, we feel the improvements made aren’t dramatic enough for existing Strafe owners to run out and buy the MK.2.