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  1. Hi! :) I am updating my home and office computers in terms of hardware, usage and operating systems. That said, I want to be able to use an office laptop computer, a video editing / gaming desktop computer and a smartphone with a high quality / efficient / comfortable keyboard and mouse couple. For that usage, it seems that K63 wireless keyboard is the one I need: switchable between computers efficient with USB cable and mechanical swiches for gaming PC comfortable with mechanical switches and TKL for office That said, I can't find a mouse with this kind of "device switching" hability. Some criteria have to be listed: I want to be able to use this input peripherals couple without a "master" computer. It should be able to work with a computer regardless others are running or not (hardware device switching, not software). I want to be able to use this input peripherals couple on heterogenous operating systems: Windows 10, Android and Linux (or even BSD) for now. The question is: is there anything Corsair able to match this usage? Thank you. :)
  2. I want to buy a K65 RGB keyboard, because it's TKL. I'm looking for a MX Brown switches and obviously on official Corsair's website there is only version with MX Red switches :(: (product code: CH-9000222-NA or EU etc.). How big my surprise was, when I found out on german Amazon and many other german online shops, that they actually have this keyboard with Cherry MX Brown switches:!: It has product code: CH-9000228-DE. So as you can see, the number 222 refers to Red switches, and 228 refers to Brown ones. I had been ready to buy it until I saw that it has different and weird buttons arrangement in comparison to NA version which I prefer. Link to german Amazon with K65 RGB MX Brown: http://www.amazon.de/Corsair-CH-9000228-DE-Performance-Multi-Colour-Mechanische/dp/B015C9Y658 If you want to find more offers, just google: "Corsair CH-9000228" So there is my question to you Corsair, why the NA/international version of K65 RGB with Brown switches is not available ??? And if you're going to release it, when will it be? Please Corsair, I really want NA version of K65 RGB with MX Brown. EDIT: There are also versions: CH-9000228-ND Nordic CH-9000228-CZ Czech KE-CK65RGB-BR South Africa
  3. Some of us don't really ever use the number pad on the right side of our keyboards, and that's completely fine! Thankfully, we've released another solid option for users that prefer going TKL (Ten Keyless). Taking design cues from our popular full-size STRAFE keyboard, the K63 is here with a compact design, but it's just as capable when it comes to the features it packs, making it a win-win for those of us that want more desk space. Just as you would expect, it comes with the ever popular Cherry Red switches and brilliant red LED backlighting. This is perfect for someone who has limited space on their desk or someone who never uses the traditional number pad on the right. It may be small, but it's still packed with “must have” features. To start, it has dedicated media keys for easy control over your music and other media. There is also a LED brightness button that can toggle between OFF, 33%, 66% or 100% brightness. We can’t forget about the Windows lock key, which is also located at the top for easy access. Finally, it's also compatible with the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE), so you can easily assign macros, remap keys, and create lighting patterns exactly to your liking. For anyone looking for a compact, mechanical keyboard for both work and play, the K63 easily fits the bill!
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