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|Product Dimensions||18.6 x 8.3 x 3.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.6 x 8.3 x 3.34 inches|
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CORSAIR K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - USB Passthrough & Media Controls - Tactile & Quiet - Cherry MX Brown - RGB LED Backlit
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- Aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame for superior durability / Advanced lighting control and large font keycaps deliver dynamic, vibrant backlighting
- CUE support enables advanced macro and lighting programming for virtually unlimited game customization / 100% Cherry MX RGB Brown key switches with gold contacts for fast, precise key presses
- 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB / Detachable soft-touch wrist rest and dedicated multimedia controls
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With virtually unlimited customization directly integrated into Corsair's legendary construction, the LUX line of gaming keyboards is the key to breaking through the competition.
Choose between three unique Cherry MX switches to match your play style, express yourself with programmable advanced lighting control and large font keycaps, and transform your gameplay with on-the-fly macro programming.
Loaded into a rugged aluminum body, Corsair LUX keyboards provide the ultimate experience for every situation.
K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Keyboard
Legendary mechanical gaming keyboard performance. Streamlined for shooters, it’s the keyboard that put us on the map and defined the Corsair era of gaming keyboard domination.
Cherry MX RGB Brown
100% Cherry MX RGB Brown key switches - Fast actuation, light tactile feedback.
Actuation Distance: 2mm, Operating Force: 55g.
Advanced Lighting Control And Large Font Keycaps
Experience dynamic, vibrant multi-color backlighting.
100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB.
Reliably accurate performance, no matter how fast you are.
Aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame
With lightweight and rugged durability you need for a keyboard that’s going to see a lot of action.
The power of CUE
Sophisticated macro programming and fast, fluid dynamic illumination for an enlightened gaming experience.
FPS and MOBA keycap sets
Textured and contoured keycaps provide maximum grip and enhanced feel.
Detachable soft-touch wrist rest
The comfort you need for marathon gaming sessions.
Dedicated multimedia controls
The control you need to adjust your audio without interrupting your game.
USB Pass-Through Port
Positioned for uninterrupted game play and ready for your mouse or wireless headset adapter.
Full spectrum color
CUE Link connects your Corsair RGB keyboard, mouse, and headset to deliver the ultimate lighting experience.
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|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 18.6 x 3.34 in||6.7 x 18.3 x 1.4 in||6.6 x 18.9 x 1.4 in||6 x 17.5 x 1.4 in||1.88 x 8.6 x 17.6 in||1.59 x 18.56 x 9.93 in|
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The K70 LUX RGB has Cherry MX RGB Brown switches backed by a lightweight aluminum chassis. CUE enabled advanced lighting control and large font keycaps deliver dynamic, vibrant multi-color backlighting. Compatibility and System Requirements - PC with 2 USB 2.0 ports, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista. An internet connection is required to download the Corsair Utility Engine software.
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I have owned in the past
-Corsair K70 RGB [Cherry MX Brown]
-Corsair K65 RGB [Cherry MX Red]
-Razer Black Widow Ultimate [Razer Greens]
-Logitech G910 Orion Spark [Romer-G]
-Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum [Romer-G]
Corsair took their K70 and turned it into something that people like me would love, without the hassle of buying things like "o-ring switch dampeners" to lessen noise and reach the lowest possible actuation point. My ideal keyboard for my living and gaming situation is something not annoyingly loud, doesn't feel like it takes forever to bottom out, and doesn't feel "mushy". I was looking at getting Cherry MX Browns and new several companies used those switches, but Corsair was my answer when I found out how fantastically built their keyboards were compared to the competition. Their Brown switches were pretty ideal for my situation but the actuation point was just not what I wanted, and it still would require o-ring dampeners for what I wanted . Then I saw they made a Rapid Fire Edition for their K70 and I absolutely had to try it, and i'm glad I did.
Lighting - Everyone who's owned a Corsair RGB keyboard in the past is already aware how awesome their software is, but how complicated it CAN be. Even if you're unable to comprehend what on Earth you're supposed to do to make the sickest lighting possible for your set up, there are always downloadables from the Corsair Forums that people have shared. Someone like me just doesn't want to take the time to fiddle with programming their own lighting. It's a fun feature to have, but I'm just not THAT into getting into the nitty gritty of it. I simply don't have the patience for it, so it's awesome that there is a community dedicated to creating and sharing their creations for everyone to use. As far as the actual lighting, it's as stunning as can be..even better than the Original K70 and K65 by a small margin. It looks sharp, has smooth transitions between colors, and the letters on the keys are actually larger than on Corsair's original K70 and K65 RGB. I like this because a lot more light can shine through to the user and makes it that much more pleasing to look at, without the size of the letters being too odd looking. It may not seem like much but I directly compared them side by side and the Rapid Fire is a lot nicer to look at with only changing such a small detail. Who woulda thought.
Build - No one, and I mean no one, makes a better keyboard than Corsair from what I've experienced. Razer and Logitech feel cheap and their products are made of plastic. Corsair really has outdone themselves building keyboards made of a heavier, sturdy, brushed aluminum. It really makes the keyboard look and feel like it's built to last. It's just a really nice looking piece of hardware to add into anyone's setup. I'm also a huge fan of Corsair building their keyboards in a way that sits the keys above the back board rather than within the keyboard itself, like Razer's older models of RGB keyboards and all of Logitech's current ones. It makes cleaning the keyboard much easier. Hair and dust cannot settle anywhere you cannot reach, you will be able to clean it ALL. I also think it improves the lighting by helping light shine through to the user. Also, Corsair put the Sail Logo on the keyboard and not the silly tattoo looking "gaming" logo.
Rapid Fire Switches - This was the most exciting part for me. Having owned previous Corsair keyboards, I knew what to expect when it came to the quality of lighting and build. I got this keyboard FOR these switches because of the "1.2mm" actuation. I play a lot of Counter Strike Global Offensive and want equipment that just feels right for me when I'm trying to, very quickly, strafe left to right between shots. The faster my keys bottom out, the better. I had Logitech's Orion Series keyboards because of their shortened actuation key switches, and they were enjoyable, but the Romer-Gs just don't compare to the Cherry MX switch feel. These Rapid Fire Keys are NOT CLICKY switches like the Razer Greens or Cherry MX Blues, or even MX Browns. The Rapid Fire Switches are very comparable to Cherry MX Reds or Blacks, but with a much shorter actuation. Very smooth and pretty quiet unless you like to really really slam on your keys and bottom them out hard. It'll make a noise when it bottoms out with normal typing, but it's nothing too crazy, again unless you like you slam on your keys. When I owned my Cherry MX Reds and Browns I took time to install those darn o-rings that took forever to put on. Although they helped on my older K70 and K65 with actuation, it took away the true mechanical feel because you were no longer able to bottom out on the backboard. It may seem like a really small thing to worry about, but I really that satisfying "clack" you get at the bottom of the key press against the aluminum backboard. Building a keyboard with a shortened actuation without the need of o-rings really solved my own personal issues I've had with other companies products. Thanks a million Corsair!
The keyboard also comes with 2 sets of grey mouse key caps. One of which I have installed as you may be able to see from the pictures. One for FPS, the other for MOBA gamers.
- High quality build
- Brushed aluminum body
- Enlarged letter sizes to enhance lighting effects
- Easy to clean
- Corsair's sail logo
- Comes with wrist rest [rubberized plastic]
- Media Keys are always helpful to have on these keyboards
- Switches feel smooth and are pleasant to type with
I will update as needed if something breaks, stops working, etc.
Edit: Corsair..If you happen to come across this review...if you guys make a Rapid Fire Edition with a small additional tactile bump while somehow maintaining a similar actuation....It would be my perfect, flawless, no complaint, love it till I die, keyboard. I hope you guys are working on something like this. Fingers Crossed :)
God! It feels so good to type on. That and sound makes me feel like I'm doing important work - even when writing a review on Amazon that only 5 people would see.
The wrist rest feels silky smooth. The first time I put my wrists on it, it felt like they were going back in time and turning younger. The sleek media keys in the corner are a blessing; there's even a neat-o volume roller. And while the RGB controls take a while to figure out, they are most certainly powerful. It's heavy thanks to its durable aluminum design, so it won't go sliding around every which way when you're typing.
Honestly the only gripe I have with it is that the brightness levels cycle between what I would describe as 20%, 40%, 60%, and Off. Though, this isn't really a problem when you play in the dark like a gremlin.
As you can see in the video, my default lighting mode is green with a light ripple effect from each pressed key. However, I have different modes for League of Legends and Overwatch, with the latter being featured. The lighting effects won't make you a better player, but at least I look cool in defeat; well worth the money.
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