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  1. Hey Everyone, Get ready to switch it up with our new K70 PRO RGB MINI WIRELESS Gaming Keyboard! Combining both performance and customization, this hot-swappable mechanical keyboard is a must for enthusiasts and gamers alike. With up to 200 hours of battery life and 20 lighting layers per key, the K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS delivers customized performance, no strings attached. Here's a few quick highlights: Three ways to connect: Sub-1ms SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS, Bluetooth®, or USB wired Compact 60% form-factor big on customization, with swappable MX switches and 360° RGB with a 28 LED LightEdge strip Store up to 50 onboard profiles with custom macros and vibrant RGB lighting effects with up to 20 lighting layers per key powered by AXON Powerful iCUE software enables dynamic RGB lighting control, key remaps, macro programming, exclusive integrations with select games, and more Click HERE for more information. We've put together a quick FAQ down below: Q: Does the keyboard come with all necessary tools to replace keyswitches? A: Yup! Included is a keycap and keyswitch puller. Q: Is this keyboard compatible with consoles? A: Yes! This keyboard is compatible with XBOX and PlayStation 5. Q: How long does it take to charge? A: Anywhere from 3 hours from 15% battery when keyboard is off, and up to 5 hours from 0% battery when keyboard is in use. Let us know your thoughts below!
  2. Why does corsair not build a fingerprint scanner into all of their keyboards ? The tech is well matured and used by windows, would be a nice extra to use for unlocking the windows, or the use of it by many apps to securely login/authenticate. It would certainly be handy, sad that you don't even put it on your top k100 keyboard.
  3. What is your most used macro(s) for RPG games? If you have any game suggestions that use macro(s), post those titles here too! (A Wow macro example by an employee)
  4. Hello, Just wondering if Corsair are thinking/considering making multi-language mechanical keyboards for e.g. Arabic language? No one in the mechanical keyboard market has considered that as far as I know What I mean by "Arabic mechanical keyboard" is: key caps have English letters in top-left corner, and Arabic letters in bottom-right corner And just like all mechanical keyboards, you get light shining through both English and Arabic words so you could see what key caps you're pressing in the dark Thanks
  5. Hey does anyone know why corsair doesent produce corsair strafe rgb with cherry mx blue or corsair k70 lux with cherry mx blue? I need to have blue switches and rgb if anyone can explain why they dont produce it anymore please contact me :)
  6. ADVANCED OPTION DOENS'T WORK ON K55 (So you can change directions of the wave and other things.) So I bought K55 and it game pretty much yesterday, and then I just installed CUE because I didn't had the patience of pressing the keys to configure colors and macros. When I saw the CUE, i got pretty confused, but that wasn't the problem at all. The problem is that it doens't have many options to do what you want to, you cant make your on light set on the keyboard, you can't change the rainbow waves direction on the progam, etc. As Corsair have a lot of costumers that are buying new keyboards and stuff, I don't think that they are going to add new features and implement new ways of configuring the lighthing. Ps: Even if I try to modify the lighting into the keyboard without the progam, it doens't let me change even the colors. So to do that I need to close the CUE and then try again, but when I open it later, it just restore everything I did before; and the advanced option doens't work.
  7. Last Wednesday we showed our new Vengeance Gaming lineup to the North American press in San Francisco. The next day we did the same thing in the UK with the European press. The feedback and coverage we got on our new Vengeance gaming mice and keyboards, as well as our new Vengeance gaming headsets was so incredible we decided to share the highlights with you in this special coverage round-up: AnandTech — Corsair Enters the Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Market with Vengeance, "I had some brief hands on time with all of the newly announced Vengeance peripherals, they all felt good but it'll take much longer than a short play session to really evaluate these things. I'm mostly curious to see how well these things do in the hands of hardcore gamers. Does Corsair have what it takes to pull customers away from the likes of Logitech, Microsoft and Razer?" /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-2.pngTweakTown — Corsair Pulls Off a One Shot, Double Kill , "There are a couple of meanings for the tag line of this news editorial. You might think since Corsair is launching both a gaming headphone and gaming keyboard / mouse line I'm talking about that. I'm not. Corsair has taken aim at both Logitech and Razor and in one quick shot taken both their heads off. The ultimate one shot double kill." /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-3.pngHexus — Corsair branches out, again, "Corsair has today announced its arrival in the world of PC input devices by unveiling a range of Vengeance-branded keyboards and mice. It is the latest in a long line of new product introductions for an American manufacturer who, while best known for its memory products and power supplies, has in recent years rapidly expanded its produce range to include a variety of high-performance products such as solid-state drives, computer chassis, CPU coolers and speakers." blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-4.png.ashxBright Side of News — Corsair Announces Full Line of Vengeance Gaming Peripherals, "Corsair has always been rooted in performance and their approach towards gaming has come purely as a result of the fact that most gamers demand the best performance. In the last year or two, Corsair has brought on people like Ruben Mookerjee to guide Corsair’s consumer component business in the right direction. Ruben was responsible for the worldwide product development of Logitech’s gaming peripherals division which was responsible for the well received G-series of keyboards, mice and headsets. These products were considered to be some of the best gaming products that the world had ever seen and up until now." /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-5.gifPC Gamer — Corsair gets into keyboards and mice, "The K90 MMO keyboard and K90 MMO mouse, along with the FPS friendly K60 and M60 keyboard and mouse have been developed under the auspices of Ruben Mookerjee, who in a previous incarnatiuon oversaw the launch of Logitech’s G-series of gear. Mookerjee takes his new role at Corsair seriously. For some people, he says, getting the right peripherals “is a matter of life or death. At Corsair, we say it’s more important than that." bit-tech — Corsair announces Vengeance gaming peripherals, "The most eye-catching products in the range are the pair of mechanical K90 and K60 keyboards. Both use Cherry red switches, which Corsair claims offer advantages over the more traditional Cherry black switches thanks to their reduced actuation force, which makes double tapping easier." Tom's Hardware — Corsair Launches New Line of PC Gaming Peripherals, "Breaking away from its typical hardware lineup, Corsair is dipping into the peripheral business with the upcoming release of two Vengeance gaming keyboard ("K") and laser mouse ("M") groups. These address two types of gamers: the FPS player (Vengeance K60 and M60) and the RTS player (Vengeance K90 and M90). All four are expected to hit store shelves sometime in October 2011, ranging from $69 to $129." /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-8.pngGizmodo — Corsair’s Vengeance K60 FPS Keyboard Is a Headshot-Making Monster, "Let's rush past the part where we acknowledge that grabbing a keyboard with easily-replaceable WASD and 1-6 keys and an ergonomic wrist rest is probably overkill and get right to the part where Corsair's K60 keyboard looks to be a pretty wonderful brand of nerdy." /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-9.jpgEverything USB — Corsair Vengeance K60 "Cherry MX Red" Keyboard for FPS Fans, "While it seems that a new gaming keyboard is released every day, very few actually peak our interest like the all new Corsair Vengeance K60 has. This is the for the simple fact that unlike many so called gaming keyboards which rely on mushroom dome keys (we are looking right at you Logitech), the Vengeance K60 takes a different approach and uses high quality Cherry MX mechanical switches. What this means is not only is your keyboard going to be able to take real pounding it will be able to take that level of abuse for years and years." /corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/blog_corsair-special-coverage-round-up-vengeance-gaming-Content-10.pngEngadet — Corsair Vengeance gaming keyboards, mice, and headsets hands-on (video), "Hold on to your seats gaming enthusiasts, Corsair just unleashed an onslaught of Vengeance series peripherals aimed at helping you dominate that Call of Duty marathon... and we got our hands on all of 'em. There's a lot to cover, so we'll get right to it."
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