Corsair K60 RGB Pro - Review of a minimal and flamboyant keyboard

Despite the world of gaming keyboards is incredibly rich, as it manages to offer each user products with specific details created almost tailor-made, fortunately there is no lack of new items designed to enrich the catalog of companies and at the same time offer truly new technologies and features. Talking about Corsair, a well-established company in the sector of tech products and already renowned for the many premium models offered to users, has been renewed again, as it will offer the keyboard from today Corsair K60 RGB Pro.

It is a product that is part of the new family called K60, which is also composed of: K60 Pro, which is almost identical but does not offer RGB effects, K60 RGB Pro Low Profile, assembled with i Cherry MX Low Profile Speed and therefore more responsive, and finally K60 RGB Pro SE, with a palm rest included in the package and the same Cherry Purple of the model we have been looking at in the last few days, but not available in our country. Without getting lost in chatter, let's discover the details and peculiarities of the Corsair K60 RGB Pro!

Corsair K60 RGB Pro between elegance and minimalism

The product is light, solid and contained, albeit with some shortcomings

Presenting itself with a yellow packaging as per Corsair tradition, the keyboard is almost alone in the package, as it is accompanied only by the classic manuals that remind us of some useful shortcuts. It is therefore immediately noticeable the absence of the Keycap Remover, a rather handy accessory that helps with the removal of the keys, especially if placed in the center, and as you may have guessed from the previous lines there is not even a palm rest. Minimalism is specifically the target of the product, which wants to satisfy the user without offering too complicated options and superfluous details, but rather aiming at quality and versatility. The product is really solid and returns premium feedback - except for the rubber cable with USB 3.0 to be connected to your machine - thanks to the aluminum surface which guarantees particular resistance. We find a weight and measurements that are not excessive at all because, despite the numeric keypad being present, the keyboard wants to adapt to the greatest number of setups possible; specifically we talk about 44,1 cm x 13,6 cm x 3,5 cm, And 800grams. The back is enriched by non-slip rubber pads, which do not create particular resistance and therefore allow the product to be moved when desired, while ensuring correct firmness during the sessions of use.

We note theabsence of multimedia keys, certainly not a real merit, but a compromise necessary to reduce the tonnage of the article and ensure a more immediate approach, which in this case is fully successful for less accustomed users, thanks to the lack of details such as the wheel designed to adjust the volume. In any case, it is possible to carry out the desired operations through the convenient shortcuts that fortunately do not miss anything, but above all thanks to the Corsair's iCUE software, also perfect for synchronizing all the company's products. This undoubtedly stands as one of the best programs around for tech item setup, since it allows the personalization of any detail and RGB with extreme immediacy, a factor particularly taken care of for the Corsair K60 RGB Pro.

For gaming and for any field

ICUE software and Anti-Ghosting technology exponentially improve product qualities.

We clearly don't want to leave out the most important detail of a keyboard… the keys! We find this time the brand new ones Cherry Viola, rather budget for the lineup of mechanical keyboards but not uninteresting for this. The feedback provided is still pleasant, and these make a good noise, sure not attributable to membrane keyboards, but neither as powerful as other mechanics models. The response time is almost instant, and the technology Anti-Ghosting avoids that when pressing several buttons some inputs are ignored, a factor that together with the proprietary software makes it also perfect for the gaming world. Its elegant design is enriched by the presence of simply magnificent RGB LEDs, perhaps among the best ever seen around. To best boast of its success, the company has particularly raised the keys, thus allowing the buttons to release their colors without shame. The colors are customizable through the hardware, or with the iCUE software which clearly provides more options and makes the approach more immediate.

add a comment of Corsair K60 RGB Pro - Review of a minimal and flamboyant keyboard
Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.