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Corsair Vengeance K60 FPS Gaming Keyboard Review

Rating: 9.0.

We recently looked at Corsair’s top of the range gaming keyboard, the Vengeance K90, which impressed us with a combination of exceptional build quality, sublime aesthetics and great performance. So we are quite interested to see what they can deliver at a more affordable price point which will appeal to a wider spectrum of gamers.

Today we are going to look at the Corsair Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard which is essentially a more basic version of the Vengeance K90. Rather than being tailored specifically for MMO gamers, it has been designed to enhance the FPS gaming experience. This means it looks rather different, ditching the 18 programmable macro buttons in favour of a replacement set of contoured WASD keys.

Specification

  • Light, responsive Cherry MX Red mechanical switches for fast, efficient gaming action
    • 45g actuation Force
    • 2mm to actuation and 4mm to bottom
    • Rated for 50 million operations
    • Gold contacts
  • Tuned silicon dome keyswitches: F1 through F12, Esc, PrtScn, Scroll Lock, Pause/Break, Insert, Home, Page Up Page Down, Delete, and End
  • Ten (10) additional sculpted FPS keys (W, A, S, D and 1 to 6) for superior reaction and control — interchangeable with the standard keyboard keys
  • Gaming palm rest with soft-touch surface for superior gaming comfort
  • Storage for ten (10) sculpted FPS keys
  • Key extraction tool included and storable in palm rest
  • Six multimedia keys — Stop,
  • Previous, Play/Pause, Next, Mute, Volume Up/Down — with Solid metal, weighted volume “drum roller”Windows Lock key for uninterrupted game play
  • Metal top plate for increased strength, durability and rigidity
  • USB pass-through connector giving easy access to a USB port on the back of the keyboard (USB 2.0/1.1/1.0)
  • USB Connector with gold plated contacts
  • 2m non-tangle cable

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