Masterkeys MK750 Continued
The thirty keys to the right end of the MK750 have all of the standard offerings, but there is more than initially meets the eye. At the top, we can see keys which work with the Macros, as to how many times they are to be repeated, and the dedicated multimedia keys to the right only show their icons when illuminated. There are volume buttons on the page up and page down keys, and even ways to adjust the RGB LED modes in speed and direction with the arrow keys.
The right edge of the MK750 is a mirror image of what we saw at the left. There is another slim slit where the RGB light will show through the side of the plastic frame, and we see more exposed switches. Speaking of which, when the feet are extended, the angle of attack on the keys are all leaning towards the user, and in combination with the wrist rest, is a very comfortable way to use this mechanical keyboard.
The bulk of the underside of the keyboard is flat, except the chunk missing near the back, and the long wire management trail which connects to it. Four rubber pads keep the keyboard in place currently, and you can also find a product sticker with the serial number near the front edge of the keyboard.
Inside of the large area which has been inset from the rest of the lower frame section, we find that this is where we make the USB Type-C connection. Once made, you can run the cable straight out the back, or use the groove to send the cable to the right or left edge of the MK570.
Not only are the back of the adjustable feet covered in rubber as to grip when collapsed, once flipped out, we see even more rubber used to secure them. The feet are sturdy, the flip out beyond an easy ability to collapse, and when used, increases the comfort level when using the Masterkeys MK750 for long durations.
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