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Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

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



While we do favor tactile switches, and something is satisfying about the click, but we have no complaints after much use of the Cherry MX Red switches when gaming. There is less stress on the hand after hours of gameplay than we were used to, and we also noticed less of our VOIP friends complaining about the noise as well.


Movements are smooth and near effortless compared to what we are used to, and no matter wired, wireless, or using Bluetooth, we saw no reason not to use this keyboard day to day. We also like the fact that the keyboard is a TKL, which means not only does it slip into the K63 Gaming lapboard for comfy couch gaming, it also allows the mouse to be closer to the keyboard, putting less stress on your shoulders.



Windows and Productivity


For our daily grind of hunting things down on the internet, answering emails, and writing for hours to produce reviews, we like what we are experiencing. We tried all of the various modes of operation, and never felt lag to our inputs. The keyboard is solid with little vibration, which means we can go on for hours without fatigue.



While some may bash this product for the fact, that when fully illuminated, we did only get ten hours of use, for our needs it is more than enough. Also, in wireless or Bluetooth modes, the keyboard will shut down after ten minutes, and wakes with any key press, and it does not miss that initial press either. The F1 to F4 shortcuts are also very handy, leaving us having to reach for the mouse much less to do the simplest of things.

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