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Corsair Vengeance K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry Red (CH-9000020-NA)

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  • Cherry MX Red Mechanical Switches - Smooth, linear key response for ultra fast double and triple taps without the audible click
  • Key-by-Key Customizable Backlighting - Brilliant white LEDs with adjustable brightness and per key programmability to light up just the keys you need. Save the combinations for your favorite games directly to the keyboard.
  • 18 Programmable G-Keys - 18 dedicated keys with three banks for easy, single keystroke access to up to 54 of your favorite presets and key combos.
  • Brushed Aluminum Chassis - Professional-Grade look and feel plus the rugged durability needed for hours of gaming
  • 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB - Every keystroke translates into accurate gameplay - even when multiple keys are pressed.
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Corsair   Vengeance K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry   Red (CH-9000020-NA) + Corsair Vengeance M95 Performance MMO/RTS Laser Gaming Mouse, Gunmetal Black (CH-9000025-NA)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 9.6 x 2.9 inches ; 4.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CERXJNW
  • Item model number: CH-9000020-NA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 29, 2013

Product Description

Product Description

The Corsair Vengeance K95 is a fully mechanical, backlit keyboard with 18 dedicated macro keys for exceptional gaming performance. The built-in Cherry MX Red switches deliver smooth, linear response for ultra fast double and triple taps without the audible click. Every key is individually lit for brilliant backlighting and easy customizability to highlight important functions. The black anodized brushed aluminum structure provides rugged durability and a professional-grade finish. 18 dedicated macro keys with three banks give you easy, single keystroke access to up to 54 of your favorite presets and key combos. Plus the 20 Key Roll-over and 100% Anti-Ghosting mean that every key you touch translates directly into the game.

From the Manufacturer

Vengeance K95

You’re Good. The K95 Is Better.

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.

The Beauty of a 100% Mechanical Layout

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.

Features

Cherry MX Red Mechanical Key Switches

Smooth, linear key response for ultra fast double and triple taps without the audible click.

Black Anodized Brushed Aluminum Chassis

A professional-grade look and feel, plus the rugged durability you need for hours of gaming.

Key-By-Key Customizable Backlighting

The brilliant white LEDs have adjustable brightness and key-by-key programmability to light up just the keys you need.

18 Customizable G-Keys With On-The-Fly Programming

You can quickly and easily record up to 54 key sequences for faster play.

Full Key Matrix Anti-Ghosting With full key rollover on USB

Every keystroke translates into accurate gameplay—even when multiple keys are pressed.

On-Board Profile Storage

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.

Customer Reviews

Before I begin my review, I would like to state some of the reasons why I (perhaps others) decided to buy this keyboard.
seng2k
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.
SomeGuy
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.
Charl Naudé

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By CL on January 20, 2014
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I bought this keyboard when it first came out. It was a huge huge upgrade over my old membrane keyboard. It types so smoothly and the keys feel amazing. The keyboard itself is not too loud thanks to the red switches. I think I prefer the smooth keystrokes of red switches over keys with a tactile click. I have no other experience with other mechanical keyboards, so I cannot offer a proper comparison to them.

My main reasons for choosing this keyboard is because I wanted macro keys and red switches on a mechanical keyboard. Macro keys were the only reason I did not get a typist's mechanical keyboard, despite claims to their superiority. I also really liked the media keys on the K95, though they are not unique or special to this keyboard. I use the macro keys mostly for everyday productivity purposes, rather than for gaming. My major gripe about the macro keys is that they are not on-the-fly. At least not without the most updated software suite from Corsair.

About a few months in, the LEDs started to die off on my keyboard. Initially, there was only 1 dead LED. This wasn't a big deal to me. But with continued use, more LEDs continued to die off. Eventually, I had about 10 dead LEDs all across my keyboard. I did a little research on the Corsair forums and I was told that the only way to get this fixed was to RMA the keyboard. So I applied for an RMA and paid the $30 shipping to get it fixed. It says it on the warranty that the customer is responsible for all shipping costs back to them. However, I felt $30 (20% the cost of my keyboard) was a huge price to pay for something that is inherently wrong with the keyboard. I asked them if they could reimburse me for the costs, and they refused. I have always loved Corsair, but I thought this was grossly unfair.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Arakaki on June 1, 2013
Ok so let me just preface this with I have used membrane type keyboards ever since I started using computers. I'm not sure if anyone else can relate to this but I loved the Microsoft ergonomic natural keyboards. Initially when purchased brand new, the keys are so soft to type and so easy to press that it's just amazing. After about a day or two of hard days typing, the keys start to become harder and harder to press, sometimes hitting the key doesn't depress it, sometimes hitting the key on the right edge of the key makes it so that it doesn't go down and register.

In any case I searched LONG and hard to figure out what was causing this and eventually just came to my own conclusion that the plastic membrane below becomes worn out and or the keys which are plastic against plastic aren't lubed right or eventually wear down, for better or worse let's just say it's crappy quality.

Within the past few years I've noticed the increase in mechanical keyboards becoming much more popular amongst gamers. I've heard nothing but good things about them, although there are some brands that aren't the best and have not too good quality. I finally had enough of the membrane keyboards and invested into this Corsair K95 keyboard.

I received the keyboard yesterday 5/31 and upon hooking it up, the first thing I noticed was how heavy it was. Sturdy, heavy, whatever you want to call it, it feels robust, well made. It requires two USB ports to connect to your computer and the reason being is one for the keyboard and the second is for the USB hub which is built into the keyboard. It comes with a wrist rest that you can either install or leave off, it's up to you.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By R. Garrelts TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 22, 2014
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After years of gaming as well as using my PC for non-gaming purposes utilizing inexpensive, non-mechanical keyboards I finally caved-in and decided to spend some cash to get a good mechanical keyboard. I've long used Corsair products in my PC builds including most notably Corsair RAM, PSUs, and cooling solutions. After batting around a few different keyboard manufacturer brands including Logitech, Razr, Steelseries, and Corsair I settled on the K95. I wanted this keyboard to be one that lasted many years and thus justify the $150 dollar expense. In about six months use my experience has been mixed. Corsair got some elements right and completely missed the mark in other areas.

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DESIGN:

The K95 is a gorgeous piece of technology. If you're into the aesthetics of your build then you'll likely be pleased with the K95. The keyboard is heavy and the main body is made from stamped piece of anodized aluminum. The wrist-rest is well designed and doesn't feel like flimsy, cheap plastic and has a nice soft rubber or silicone finish. The same quality is extended to the braided USB cord that again feels heavy and extremely well shielded.

Aside from the mere looks of the keyboard the other aspect that swung my decision to go with the K95 was the 18-macro keys ("G-keys") located to the left-side of the keyboard. These keys work in conjunction with Corsair's in-house developed keyboard software to offer up to 54 unique macro settings. Aside from the gaming aspect, I've found that programing macro commands into everyday uses in other programs is pretty easy.

Backlighting is of course present, however, limited on the K95. The primary limitation is that the backlighting is offered in white-LED only.
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