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Vengeance K95 Fully Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is made for serious gamers. Cherry MX Red key switches have super-fast reaction times and low operating force, and the key-by-key customizable lighting lets you adjust brightness and illuminate bindings. Full key matrix anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB ensures that the K95 will keep up. The 18 G-keys are programmable on the fly, so you can adapt and react. And Vengeance K95 has onboard memory, so you can take your K95 with you and play your best on any system.
All of this technology is housed in a professional-grade black anodized aluminum chassis for superior strength and stability.
In the world of high-performance gaming gear, there are few things that match the feeling of using a well-designed keyboard with mechanical key switches. Vengeance gaming keyboards use Cherry MX Red switches, hailed by gamers worldwide to be the best of the best. They combine great key feel with super-fast reaction times and smooth, linear travel with low operating force.
Vengeance K95 takes the next step with a 100% mechanical layout – there’s a Cherry MX Red switch underneath every key. So, you’ll get that optimal tactile feedback and responsiveness, no matter your fingers go.
Smooth, linear key response for ultra fast double and triple taps without the audible click.
A professional-grade look and feel, plus the rugged durability you need for hours of gaming.
The brilliant white LEDs have adjustable brightness and key-by-key programmability to light up just the keys you need.
You can quickly and easily record up to 54 key sequences for faster play.
Every keystroke translates into accurate gameplay—even when multiple keys are pressed.
Set up once, play everywhere – your settings are stored in the keyboard’s memory, so you don’t need to start over when you take your gaming to go.
Before I begin my review, I would like to state some of the reasons why I (perhaps others) decided to buy this keyboard.
Whether it's the additional 18 macro keys, the ability to lock your windows button or the volume wheel for controlling your system volume without skipping a beat.
All the keys are mechanical -Software is very useful -Volume scroll is sturdy -Keyboard feels solid and well built, has a nice weight to it.
Switched from a Filco keyboard to this and it has been pretty decent. The build feels nice and the Cherry MX Reds feel great. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by John A.
Let's cut to the chase; I'm rather fastidious when it comes to keyboards. I do a lot of typing, I know what I want, and the final verdict is that this keyboard is great for typing. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Beardedlinuxgeek
I have never had trouble with typos until this keyboard, it is clunky and definitely not worth the price. I had 5 LED's quit on me after the first two weeks.Published 3 days ago by Rudy
What piece of junk. Just after 1 month o usage, several keys do not work anymore.
Using the K95 gives these results: “Wht piece o juk. Read more
had this for 2 months now...
frustrating and unreliable.
first off, this is great mechanical keyboard tho... all the keys are very responsive... Read more
The LEDs burned out really fast... within 6 months. I like the sturdiness of the whole device, but some of the parts (LEDs, programable keys, num pad enter button) are of lesser... Read morePublished 16 days ago by JBxAS OTP
LEDs in keys burn out in a couple of days. Then you must send back to OEM for replacement. Of course, once your warranty is gone you'll be paying for this out of your own pocket,... Read morePublished 17 days ago by David Paloff
This is - hands down - the best keyboard ever! I am a developer and work across multiple systems, languages and environments. Read morePublished 17 days ago by bekeli
Cherry Red for the win. I use all 18 macro keys for Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. I have keyboard stickers that help me reference which macro button does what, I cant... Read morePublished 18 days ago by daniel z