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Mecanical gaming keyboard
Mecanical gaming keyboard
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I tried both the Razer BlackWidow Chroma and the Corsair RGB K95. The Chroma was an ok keyboard but I just didn't get the same feel from the keys that I got from the K95. I got the Cherry MX Red keyset on the K95. If they had come in Cherrry MX Blue, I may have considered that one instead though. I am truly in love with this keyboard. It's great to type on if you have to do lots of document type of stuff though it really excels when you are using it for specialty uses, such as for MMO games or design and or programming.
The only downside I have for the keyboard, is the ability to program it's color setups beyond just the basics. I like the idea of using it for a light show and I've downloaded many other peoples profiles for that purpose. I am attempting to learn how to design my own, but the learning curve for this is a bit steep for me. I've done some basic programming before, but nothing like this sort of thing so it's taking me a while. It helps to have gotten other peoples profiles so I could see their programming to help me learn the concept. One of the days I'll make the Superman 'S' Shield to display correctly.
I wish there was a better tutorial or programming document from Corsair for this. It would also be nice if Corsair kept a large download catalog for profiles for these light shows for the various keyboards. I had to find most of the profiles on third party websites and on youtube.
Other then this one area, the keyboard is great. Being able to set each key to be whatever you want, either key or color or both, is an awesome feature. I'm even contemplating buying a 2nd keyboard with blank keys that I can program each key to be used with my design program and then just be able to use the color coding to tell me what each key does depending on which design program I'm running at the time.
Good luck to everyone, hope my feedback will help some, and may you find the right keyboard to fit your needs!
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