|Item model number||CH-9115020-NA|
|Item Weight||3.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.4 x 6.7 x 1.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.37 x 6.73 x 1.61 inches|
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Corsair Gaming K63 Compact Mechanical Keyboard, Backlit Red LED, Cherry MX Red, Black (CH-9115020-NA)
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- 100% CHERRY MX Red mechanical key switches: Gold contact CHERRY MX mechanical gaming key switches deliver the ultimate performance and competitive advantage
- Per-key red LED backlighting and large font keycaps: Brilliant red LED backlighting enhances the experience with dynamic and virtually unlimited lighting adjustability
- Compact, ten keyless design: It's great for travel, and you'll have more room for your mouse
- Dedicated volume and multimedia controls: Control to adjust audio on-the-fly without interrupting your game
- 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover: No matter how fast your in-game actions are, your keystrokes always register the way you intended
- Note:Software CD not include with the product
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Compact Size, Mechanical Performance
100% Cherry MX Red mechanical keyswitches
Gold contact Cherry MX mechanical gaming keyswitches deliver the ultimate performance and competitive advantage.
Per-key red LED backlighting and large font keycaps
Brilliant red LED backlighting enhances the experience with dynamic and virtually unlimited lighting adjustability.
Compact, tenkeyless design
It’s great for travel, and you’ll have more room for your mouse.
Dedicated volume and multimedia controls
Control to adjust audio on-the-fly without interrupting your game.
100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover
No matter how fast your in-game actions are, your keystrokes always register the way you intended.
The power of CUE
Fully programmable with CUE to assign macros to any key and create dynamic lighting effects.
Keys to success
Gold contact Cherry MX mechanical gaming keyswitches deliver the ultimate performance and competitive advantage. 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover ensures your commands and simultaneous keystrokes always register the way you intended.
Make it your own
Experience dynamic, vibrant backlighting with advanced, per-key lighting control and large font keycaps. Assign macros to any key and create dynamic lighting effects with CORSAIR Utility Engine (CUE).
Designed for comfort and ease
The K63’s Windows Key Lock mode eliminates distraction by disabling the Windows key while you’re in action.
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|Color||Black||Cherry MX Red||RGB LED||Black||Red LED||Black|
|Hardware Connectivity||—||USB||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||6.73 x 14.37 x 1.61 in||3.3 x 18.6 x 8.3 in||8.3 x 18.6 x 3.34 in||1.4 x 15.37 x 7.29 in||1.88 x 8.6 x 17.6 in||6.7 x 18.3 x 1.4 in|
|Item Weight||3.1 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.65 lbs||1 lb||3.13 lbs||2.92 lbs|
The CORSAIR K63 features CHERRY MX Red mechanical key switches for ultimate performance. Brilliant red LED backlighting enhances the experience with dynamic and virtually unlimited lighting adjustability. It has a ten keyless design for better mobility and more room on your desktop. Dedicated volume and multimedia controls allow you to adjust your audio without interrupting your game. 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover ensures accuracy, so every keystroke translates directly into accurate gameplay. Harness the power of CUE for sophisticated macro programming and dramatic lighting effects and animations.
Top customer reviews
The open space under the space bar that is visible when you pull the space bar (something I did to put o-rings on the switch) indicates this would not be a good keyboard to spill a drink on. As it is a gaming keyboard a smaller gap there or seal like under the other keys would seem a good idea...as it is any liquid would just pour in there and probably ruin the board. That being said, I don't spill drinks on my keyboards so I doubt if this will be problem for me. But as it is a GAMING keyboard by name, it would seem that Corsair could fix this very easy so someone at a lan party etc would not have their keyboard instantly ruined by a spilled drink.
Linear Cherry MX Reds
More expensive than major competitors at this price range, but worth every penny
This is my first Corsair keyboard and I regret not buying Corsair earlier. Coming from 3 Razer keyboards the difference is phenomenal and it left me wondering what I've spent my money on in the past.
Seeing as I've used mainly Razer products in the past, my review will be in the form of comparison between the tenkeyless keyboards produced by these two manufacturers.
First up, build quality:
-Razer Blackwidow Tournament - plastic, makes noises when bent, easily scratched out lettering, hard to clean
-Corsair K65 - aluminum, solid, silent, easier to clean due to raised switches
-Razer Blackwidow Tournament - no cable routing, poor fitting USB socket, disconnection issues, a nightmare
-Corsair K65 - underside cable routing for extra durability, your keyboard lasts much longer, and it's unlikely for your connection to drop.
-Razer - 1 year, you pay shipping
-Corsair - 2 years, they pay shipping most of the time, but with a product this solid I can see why they're confident with this model.
-Razer - Blues (tactile feedback, nothing would signal your presence better than the blues, for these are extremely loud with an audible click). The blues require an actuation force of 50g.
-Corsair - Reds (linear switch without any clicking noise). These are much less obnoxious than blues and require an actuation force of 45g, not much difference here but I personally think the reds are much better for gaming due to the ability to spam faster. These perform just as well as blues for typing when you learn not to bottom out your keys (and thus glide across the keyboard faster).
-Razer - 10 key rollover, you can input 10 characters at the exact same time. This keyboard does not come with dedicated media keys. You will have to use FN key every time.
-Corsair - full key matrix rollover, you can face roll your entire keyboard at the exact same time and all inputs will be registered. This keyboard also comes with dedicated volume up/down, Windows lock key, and a mute key.
-Razer - GL, you'll need it
-Corsair - you can order replacement key caps if you ever need a set (many of their key caps are cross-compatible)
-Razer - Synapse 2.0 - a buggy software that is frankly unnecessary for the Tournament Edition. I find it pointless to install as the Tournament Edition didn't have any macro keys. The software is only good for controlling the Razer logo.
-Corsair - no software, and didn't need one.
-Razer - the keyboard traps more gunk and debris compared to Corsair due to the sunken in switches, the caps are also much harder to remove.
-Corsair - you can easily clean the keyboard without removing the caps, but if necessary, you can just remove it with 2 fingers quite effortlessly as opposed to needing a ring/wired puller.
The bottom line:
Corsair distinguishes itself from competitors (at least Razer) by using quality materials and doing a better job with QC. With this approach they're also able to offer longer warranty periods. Personally I'm more confident buying their products knowing this.
While both keyboards are "Made in China", you wouldn't be able to tell a thing with the Corsair keyboard without actually reading the label. You cannot say that for Razer - just look at their 1 year warranty and try to figure out why.
Given my previous experience buying Corsair products (PSU, memory, cooling solutions), I have no issues placing my trust in them. I hope Corsair will keep up the good work and continue to show competitors how it's really done.
If you're a first time Corsair customer, stop hesitating. I've looked through literally every keyboard available on the market, and this is what you will want.
My only gripe with it at this point would have to do with the lack of backlighting, however, I was aware that this keyboard wasn't backlit when I picked it up.
To comment further, when I had originally picked this keyboard up I had only prior experience with Cherry MX Blue switches and membrane. Reds were definitely different at first and felt weird, however, I soon got use to them and love that they click and clack just like Blues.
All in all, I'd recommend it!
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