Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro Mechanical Keyboards Continued
The right side of the MasterKeys Pro keyboards is identical to the left, just sleek and simple design here. We have extended the feet this time, and looking at the key caps, there is an increased angle, now offering the caps laying either flat or leaning at the user.
This image is specific to the MasterKeys Pro S. the upper right corner of the board offers a port in the frame that allows this TKL to be powered and disconnected here.
Under the MasterKeys Pro S, we see four rubber feet; two flip up feet on the back edge, a product sticker, and even a QC sticker off to the left that says this product is "OK."
The feet on both the MasterKeys Pro S seen here and the Pro L are identical. They flip out toward the back of the keyboard and are rubberized at the ends of them, to ensure grip is not lost when these are in use.
As for the MasterKeys Pro L, the only thing that changes is the addition of the number pad and arrows at the right, and we also see the profile keys have been moved. There is some dual functionality added to the number pad for web browsing, and we also see another set of arrow keys there.
Things do change a bit under the MasterKeys L. Here we find three ways for the cable to be locked into the bottom of the keyboard, and we find a deep well in the center. We do lose the large product sticker this time, but the feet on either side are identical to those found on the Pro S model.
Inside of that deep well is where the connection is made to power the MasterKeys Pro L. As we mentioned earlier, the cable we showed was for the Pro S version, and the cable here offers a strait end on it to make connection in this well much simpler to achieve than trying to use a ninety-degree connection.
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