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Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review (Page 2)

By Chad Sebring from May 3, 2018 @ 18:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Corsair

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation


The K63 Wireless ships in a black box with yellow trim, very typical for a Corsair product. On the front of it, there is an image of the keyboard with notations to the left explaining the response time, backlight color, use of CUE software, and that the switches are Cherry MX Reds. At the bottom, we see things like it being ultra-fast with low latency, that there is 128-bit encryption, and it has per-key lighting.


On this longer side of the box, we see that Corsair wants to make sure you catch the features offered on this keyboard, as we see the same four things listed here.


Both of the smaller ends of the box are nearly identical. On this end, we see the maker and product name, and a sticker which explains that this keyboard is in English with a QWERTY layout. The opposite end of the box does not have this sticker.


The second long side of the box delivers the specifications and system requirements in many languages. However, we opted to show only the English version, where we see many of the things we covered on the previous page of this review.


On the back of the box, Corsair does their best to explain everything found on the K63 Wireless. There are seven features, described around the keyboard. We see notations to capabilities, as well as a hint of what the software offers, and a description of the switches used as well.


Inside of the box, the keyboard is wrapped in plastic and open to view. The paperwork and wrist rest are under the keyboard, while the wireless dongles and the cable are found at the back edge.


The wrist rest looks just like the ones which come with other Corsair keyboard models. It is rubberized, it is textured, and it clips into the front of the keyboard. Below that, to the left, we have the wireless extension adapter, the rubberized 1.8-meter cable, and on the right is the wireless receiver.


The manual is thick to accommodate all of the languages needed to cover Corsairs markets and delivers the basics on how to connect and use the K63 Wireless. The warranty guide explains what Corsair covers and how to go about the RMA process if needed. For Australian customers, you must adhere to the smaller warranty guide, as a few things change.

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