coursemyhorse Posted March 8, 2013 Share Posted March 8, 2013 At CES there were apparently some keyboards on display. It has been talked about here as well. So basically it is like the K60 but backlit: http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc6/c101.0.403.403/p403x403/9261_478482632192655_1081872645_n.jpg The whole point in a keyboard like this is that a lot of people are crying out for a mechanical keyboard that does not have the macro/function buttons down the left hand side like the K90, is still full width with a ten key pad, is fully backlit and has dedicated media keys without having to press function/macro keys first. The K90 is too wide and a lot of people find that the function keys on the left hand side get in the way and are sometimes accidentally hit. I have seen on the main Corsair site some banners with info on the upcoming K95 which is being pushed as being "fully mechanical". That's great, but it's going to be expensive being the flagship model and will still have the keys on the left which will not be removable. The first company that comes to market with a keyboard like the K60 but backlit and with dedicated media keys will make a killing. Such a simple request really. I can't believe this has not been done yet. The only thing is, a partially mechanical keyboard simply will not do. It needs to be fully mechanical on every button, with the exception of the lower profile media keys. Can Corsair comment as to whether such a keyboard is likely to be coming out soon or any other details? Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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