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The Corsair Vengeance K60 features Cherry MX Red Mechanical Key switches, an ergonomic soft-touch wrist rest, anti-ghosting technology and USB port on the back. It also sports Windows lock key and a 2-year warranty.
Easy to keep clean.
Great typing experience with springy mechanical switches.
Built-in media controls and volume knob.
Cherry MX Red switches for light resistance and high spamability.
20 key rollover.
Contoured and textured FPS keys which can be swapped with traditional keys.
Key extraction tool included.
Not all keys are mechanical.
No software support.
Palm rest is left-hand only.
Silicone dome switches used for some keys.
Wrist rest may feel slightly odd.
Cherry MX Red switches not for everyone.
Typing experience mixed.
Very narrow feature set.
Laser Etched Keys wear quickly.
By Maximum PC on June 04, 2012
CORSAIR IS aiming at the very top of the gaming keyboard market with its Vengeance line—two boards with exquisite build quality and luxury price tags. The FPS-oriented K60 may be the cheaper of the two, but it still comes in at more than $100...
By PC Mag on May 18, 2012
The Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard is a weapon built to a gamer's specs, with a left-handed wrist rest and 10 swappable sculpted keys....
By Everything USB on April 25, 2012
Everything USB Gaming Keyboards Corsair Vengeance K60 Gaming Keyboard ReviewTweetCommentsCorsair Vengeance K60 is a swell mechanical keyboard that knows its target audience well, but could stand to use a firmware fix and ditch the membrane...
By Benchmark Reviews on April 09, 2012
The Vengeance K60's Cherry Red switches offer a unique experience for gaming. It does not have a tactile "bump/click" feeling, which has extra resistance. The light resistance coupled with no "bump" allows quick successive key presses on the same...
By Hardware Secrets on April 04, 2012
The Vengeance K60 is a high-performance keyboard with sturdy keys. The left hand wrist rest makes it easy and comfortable to play for hours on end. Unfortunately, there’s no illumination, but the elevated keys make cleaning the board easy. Since...
By TweakTown on April 03, 2012
I tested the K60 for a few days with the standard black keys, with and without the rest in place. For day to day use I found the wrist rest was an awkward feel when typing out a review such as this, or when doing any typical day to day internet...
By Techgage on March 30, 2012
The vast majority of keyboards out in the wild use rubber dome keys. They're simple, cheap, mass produced and just 'work'. Keyboard breaks? Get a new one, without batting an eyelid. Rubber domes are one of the reasons we have $5 keyboards....
By ThinkComputers on March 22, 2012
There is no denying the fact the K60 is a durable keyboard. I’ve found that Corsair is a company that really prides themselves on build quality. They embrace the idea that build quality is important from the thick brushed aluminum finish all the...
By Gamers Daily News on March 14, 2012
Corsair has been known as one of the best RAM manufacturers for quite some time, but in recent years, we have seen them expand their line of products to include cases, power supplies, CPU coolers, and more. Each new product has carried with it, the...
By Overclockers Club on March 12, 2012
K60: Lastly, the K60 is one of new favorite keyboards. I am not a big fan of macro settings aside from when I spam ASCII art or annoy friends; so not having them wasn't an issue for me. The red "gaming" keys were a nice added feature and a lot of...
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