Corsair K70 RGB TKL

Corsair K70 RGB TKL
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Review highlights
  • Great for gaming
  • Switches are very sensitive
  • It is a tenkeyless keyboard
  • Dedicated media and profile keys
  • Low input latency


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The 7 Best Gaming Keyboards - Spring 2022

This keyboard is a scaled-down 80% version of the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2. Altogether it feels very well-built, its keys feel stable and well-spaced, and it has thick, doubleshot PBT keycaps

18 days ago

about a week ago I bought my first mechanical K70 RGB with Cherry MX Silent Red switches


It has everything

I can't speak to the durability of the keyboard since I've only owned it for two weeks, but I'm certainly satisfied so far. Originally, I was considering refunding it because the silver switches are more sensitive than my ex girlfriend and I was having trouble adjusting. A bit over a week later and ...

Abel Simon
6 months ago

Corsair K70 RGB TKL Champion Series Gaming Keyboard Review

That Editors' Choice pick is packed with features, including adjustable key triggers and USB 3.0 passthrough. The Corsair K70 RGB TKL Champion Series is tuned for both high-performance esports play and luxury, a rare, welcome combination in a tenkeyless keyboard

Mike Epstein
1 month ago

Honestly love it compared to my Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire and ROG Strix Scope TKL. Having troubles selling them off.

Still looking for replacement for the leftover stock keycaps.


Great for gamers, good for everyone else

Ultimately, the overall typing experience on the K70 RGB TKL is only good, never great.

Jon Porter
1 month ago

I have the corsair k70 (full size) and it works perfectly. Even the audio scroller is detected no problem.


Corsair K70 TKL Review, MY NEW BOO! (Techne Rhyme)

You just got raw keyboard to your game. So wrapping up the course here, k70 rgb tkl right here. This keyboard comes in at 140, bucks right here, whether you go reds or silvers, and honestly i love it

The Techne
1 month ago

Careful deciding on the Cherry switches

Awesome, bright lights and ICUE lighting software. Before you get this, understand that the TKL version with speed silver switches is VERY sensitive to button presses. If your finger twitches you WILL activate a button. That is exactly what this keyboard is made for though. If you are getting this, ...

4 months ago

New to the fancy keyboard scene i just game with a Corsair k70 looking for a nice sleek 100% for work and also taking suggestions for a new video game board


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