DOOM & PUBG
Bluntly, we found no issues when it comes to gaming on the Masterkeys MK750, We like the loud report of the keys, and the stiffer spring choice means resting fingers do not translate to unsolicited movement. Then it comes to hiding or keeping your footsteps to a minimal in PUBG, the last thing you want if for a heavy finger to give away your position.
We have played around with the Macro system in some of the MMO titles we play from time to time, and even if you do not get it exactly right the first time, adjustments can be made easily, and one can also just delete the Macro easily enough and start all over if frustration sets in.
Many may prefer a softer switch, or less noise while gaming, and if this is the category of users you are in, keep in Mind that Cooler Master does offer switch options for those that have a dislike for the blue switches used in this specific keyboard.
Windows and Productivity
Aside from the extra length on the right side of the MK750, coming from the Rapid-I to this, we did not skip a beat. The feeling of comfort is there, access to nearly all of the feature options within a couple of key presses, and the addition of the wrist rest makes the Masterkeys MK750 stand tall.
We already know that Cooler Master makes a solid product worthy of your attention, and with everything they have packed into this product. When it comes to watching videos online, we had media control, the clack of all of the keys is a pleasing sound to us when it comes time to write reviews and emails. Outside of losing time to play with the various lighting modes, we do not see any reason not to choose this keyboard over many others out there today.
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