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Cooler Master Masterkeys MK750 Gaming Keyboard Review

By: Chad Sebring | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Mar 13, 2018 3:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 98%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation

 

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As it is with many Cooler Master products, we find the box for the Masterkeys MK750 using black as the background and purple as the accent color. On the front we can see the image of the keyboard and detachable wrist rest, but we also see notations to the clear bodies Cherry MX Blue switches used inside, and that this is an RGB capable keyboard, as if the illumination in the image did not put that across.

 

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Both of the longer edges deliver identical information in white text on the purple backdrop. We see the Cooler Master logo and tagline, but we also see the Masterkeys MK750 product name, as well as a brief description as to what it is.

 

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Both of the smaller sides follow suit. Only this time, the text is smaller but carries the message again as you take a knife to the security sticker found sealing both ends of the box.

 

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On the second longer panel, we did find a couple of additional icons. The first states that the MK750 is Windows 10 compatible, while the second icon shows that you will need either Window 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 as the required OS.

 

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On the back, we see the MK750 with the wrist rest now attached, which blocks the RGB Lightbar feature. Speaking of features, there are six of them pointed out on either side of the keyboard image, and also a small window with the hassle-free software shown.

 

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Inside of the box, we found the MK750 inside of a black cloth sleeve, which can be used for traveling and storage to keep the keyboard clean. The wrist rest is wrapped in clear plastic and placed at the back of the box, while the literature, bits, and cable are found under them.

 

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The leather wrist rest is well padded, has the front corners knocked off it for a bit of style, and also has the Cooler Master logo set into the leather in the center. The detachable cable is bound with a Velcro strap, the entire 1.8 meters of it is sleeved, and both the USB 2.o and USB Type-C ends of it are both gold plated.

 

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To help to spice things up visually, Cooler Master has sent a set of nine purple keycaps. These cover the WASD and arrow keys as well as the Escape key, and note Cooler Master has sent a wire keycap puller to ensure no damage occurs during the removal process.

 

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If you have never used a keyboard before, this manual will get you up and running. Everything from connectivity, the driver download locations, functionality, and tips on software use are all enclosed inside. It may not answer every question on how to use the features, but it is done well enough to get you on your path to mastering what it is capable of doing.

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