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Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

Rating: 8.0.

We're slowly starting to see wireless mechanical keyboards hit the mainstream, and to tap into this new trend Corsair has released its first wireless keyboard, aptly named the K63 Wireless. If you have ever used the original K63, the K63 Wireless is essentially the same thing but with the option for a wireless connection via a 2.4GHz dongle or over Bluetooth. At £119.99, does that make the K63 Wireless good value for money?

Despite the original K63 keyboard being one of Corsair's lower-tier options, it still boasts genuine Cherry MX switches, dedicated multimedia keys and an included wrist-rest. These features all carry over to the K63 Wireless as well, but now you have the option to connect the keyboard to your PC without using a cable. It's definitely convenient, but is it worth the extra outlay? Let's find out.


Keyboard Model K63 Wireless
Keyboard Backlighting Blue LED
Matrix 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover
WIN Lock Yes
Dimensions 366mm x 173mm x 41mm
Keyboard Size Compact
Keyboard Layout UK
Key Switches Cherry® MX Red
CUE Software Enabled
Wireless Connectivity Ultra-fast 1ms 2.4GHz or Bluetooth® 4.2 + LE
Wired Connectivity USB 3.0 or USB 3.1 Type-A
Battery Type Built-in lithium-ion, rechargeable
Battery Charging Charges via USB to computer
Battery Life Up to 15 hours at normal brightness, 25 hours at low brightness, and 75 hours without backlighting
Wireless Encryption 128-bit AES
Report Rate 1000Hz
Wrist Rest Full length with soft touch finish, detachable
Cable Type 1.8 m / 6 ft, tangle-free rubber, detachable

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