The Corsair K70 RGB PRO Mini Wireless, 60% Keyboard Sans Board

Source: Guru of 3D The Corsair K70 RGB PRO Mini Wireless, 60% Keyboard Sans Board

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The Corsair K70 RGB PRO Mini Wireless is technically a 60% keyboard, but there is a lot less to it than most other 60% keyboards.  As you can see Corsair cut off everything they could from this keyboard, which gives it a rather unique look.  It connects via a wireless dongle or a USB-C to A cable for recharging or general use, regardless of which you use Corsair claims the keyboard offers 8,000 Hz hyper-polling.  

If you are more of a materialist, you will be happy to hear that the keycaps are made of PBT as opposed to ABS so you won’t have to immediately replace them.  The Corsair K70 RGB PRO Mini Wireless that the Guru of 3D reviewed used Cherry Red switches, which seems to be the only choice offered for this ~$180 keyboard.  There are plenty of RGBs under those switches which you can control via iCue, so you don’t have to have a purely red keyboard.

Guru3D gave this keyboard top marks in every category so if you are looking for a new input device then let your fingers do the talking.

Corsair has released a new revision in their 60% Mini series keyboards, and it adds something that I have been yearning for a long time a wireless model. As such we review the Corsair K70 RGB PRO Mini Wireless.

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Jeremy Hellstrom

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1 Comment

  1. Isaac Johnson

    I’m convinced the only reason to have a keyboard smaller than a numpad-less one is so you can tell people you use a tiny keyboard. Because all the l33t h4x0r5 use tiny keyboards, and linux, or something like that.


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