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Testseek.com have collected 176 expert reviews of the Corsair Gaming K70 MK2 RGB and the average rating is 88%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Corsair Gaming K70 MK2 RGB.
Award: Editor’s Choice July 2018
July 2018
 
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The editors liked

  • Dust and Spill Proof
  • RGB
  • Software Control
  • Wrist Rest
  • Wellbuilt
  • Feels sturdy
  • Lowprofile keys are great for those who like laptop keyboards
  • But with feedback
  • Very bright LEDs. Button controls three levels of brightness
  • Includes dedicated media keys and volume roller
  • Includes a USB port on the back to ro
  • Lowprofile keys
  • Silent actuation and fast
  • Perkey RGB backlighting
  • Bright LEDs
  • Sturdy construction thanks to the brushed aluminum plate
  • USB hub included for connecting other peripherals
  • Powerful iCUE software
  • Which unifies all supported CORSAIR hard
  • Excellent Build Quality
  • Cherry MX Speed Low Profile Mechanical Switches (Over 50 Million Actuations)
  • Almost Inaudible
  • Full RGB Key Illumination (Custom Effects/Individual Key Color)
  • USB 2.0 Pass Through
  • Detachable Wrist Rest
  • Up To 104 Macro Ke
  • Excellent driver support from iCUE
  • Hardware playback allows for three profiles to be saved onboard
  • Great build quality and very good stock keycaps
  • Full programmability and software profiles via the driver allow for the use of different OS/typing/langua
  • Slim design
  • Highly responsive
  • Attractive lighting
  • Passthrough and volume roller
  • Super premium look and feel
  • Built to last
  • Great performance and comfort
  • Excellent RGB lighting and control
  • USB Passthrough
  • NKRO
  • Media Keys
  • Low Profile Cherry MX switch mimics standard desktop switches surprisingly well
  • Same durable K70 build quality
  • Flatter laptop-style layout makes for speedy typing
  • Unmatched industrial design
  • Sublime switch actuation
  • Silent operation
  • Amazing RGB lighting effects
  • RGB Lighting
  • Variety of key switch types
  • USB pass through
  • Braided cord
  • All aluminum frame
  • Per key RGB
  • Authentic Cherry MX switches
  • Braided cable
  • Dedicated media keys
  • Heavy base
  • Multi-profile support
  • USB Pass-through
  • High quality construction
  • Improved media controls
  • Even better RGB than gen 1
  • Super comfortable to use
  • Low profile without any downside
  • RGB lights are LIT
  • Gorgeous desig
  • Key switch selectio
  • High-quality component
  • Helpful extra features

The editors didn't like

  • A tinny ringingwhine sound can be heard from the keyboard if you tap certain keys right
  • Lowprofile design means no cable routing under the keyboard
  • While with the K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE sporting regular MX Speed switches we needed a bit of adjustment time due to the fast 1.2mm mechanical actuation distance and was sometimes difficult typing documents without making mistakes
  • With the K70 RGB MK.2 Low Prof
  • No Dedicated Macro Keys
  • Price (For Some)
  • Low Profile Keys Are Not For Everyone (Limited Feedback)
  • Expensive at MSRP
  • Although the sale price is attractive
  • Only one switch option for the SE version
  • Aftermarket keycap-set compatibility is still low
  • Terrible wrist rest
  • Questionable key feel
  • Clunky cable
  • Expensive
  • K70 MK.2 Can get pricey
  • Strafe MK.2 limited switch types
  • Feels less ergonomic than a traditional desktop keyboard
  • Low Profile MX Red makes more drastic changes than the MX Silver we tested
  • Wrist rest feels cheap after Razer and Logitech's recent models
  • Software is comprehensive but as clunky as ever
  • Keyboard feet feel flimsy
  • Non-standard bottom row layout for keycap compatibility
  • Ratings
  • Two USB cables to plug in
  • Only one USB port
  • My wife wants one too
  • I want another for the office
  • I want one for my future children

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  Published: 2019-06-17, Author: Alex , review by: tomshardware.com

  • Slim design, Highly responsive, Attractive lighting, Passthrough and volume roller,
  • Terrible wrist rest, Questionable key feel, Clunky cable, Expensive
  • Unless you were absolutely tied to the idea of low-profile keys, we'd probably opt for the big boy K70 over this. It's a fine keyboard with some smart features, but there's a lot not to like – and much of that is the fault of its switches...

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  Published: 2019-02-08, Author: VSG , review by: techpowerup.com

  • Excellent driver support from iCUE, Hardware playback allows for three profiles to be saved onboard, Great build quality and very good stock keycaps, Full programmability and software profiles via the driver allow for the use of different OS/typing/langua
  • Expensive at MSRP, although the sale price is attractive, Only one switch option for the SE version, Aftermarket keycap-set compatibility is still low
  • The CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 SE Keyboard only comes in one switch option and costs $179.99, albeit with a current temporary sale price of $139.99 from the CORSAIR web shop, as well as other retailers, including Amazon.com for customers in the USA, as of the...

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  Published: 2019-02-07, review by: technologyx.com

  • We will always recommend a great keyboard and the new Mk.2 Low Profile is no exception. Thanks go to Corsair here for letting us try this fairly priced performer out...

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  Published: 2018-12-24, review by: nikktech.com

  • Excellent Build Quality, Cherry MX Speed Low Profile Mechanical Switches (Over 50 Million Actuations), Almost Inaudible, Full RGB Key Illumination (Custom Effects/Individual Key Color), USB 2.0 Pass Through, Detachable Wrist Rest, Up To 104 Macro Ke
  • No Dedicated Macro Keys, Price (For Some), Low Profile Keys Are Not For Everyone (Limited Feedback),
  • Just like the “regular” K70 RGB MK.2 Keyboard by CORSAIR the K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile is a high-quality model with almost all the bells and whistles (the lack of dedicated macro keys being perhaps the only thing some gamers may be disappointed...

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  Published: 2018-12-07, Author: Hayden , review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Low Profile Cherry MX switch mimics standard desktop switches surprisingly well, Same durable K70 build quality, Flatter laptop-style layout makes for speedy typing
  • Feels less ergonomic than a traditional desktop keyboard, Low Profile MX Red makes more drastic changes than the MX Silver we tested, Wrist rest feels cheap after Razer and Logitech's recent models
  • If you've been looking to recreate a laptop typing experience on a desktop, the K70 Low Profile is certainly a better choice than the bevy of rubber dome and scissor switch keyboards you'd have to choose from a few years back. I'm not sure whether Low Pro...

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  Published: 2018-11-29, Author: Tom , review by: modders-inc.com

  • Abstract:  In the past, Corsair has made some top quality keyboards. However, even top quality components need an update from time to time. Enter the Mk.2 versions. Earlier this year, we reviewed the Corsair Strafe Mk.2 and were impressed with the updates it receive...

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  Published: 2018-11-16, Author: stefan , review by: madshrimps.be

  • lowprofile keys, silent actuation and fast, perkey RGB backlighting, bright LEDs, sturdy construction thanks to the brushed aluminum plate, USB hub included for connecting other peripherals, powerful iCUE software, which unifies all supported CORSAIR hard
  • While with the K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE sporting regular MX Speed switches we needed a bit of adjustment time due to the fast 1.2mm mechanical actuation distance and was sometimes difficult typing documents without making mistakes, with the K70 RGB MK.2 Low Prof
  • While with the K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE sporting regular MX Speed switches we needed a bit of adjustment time due to the fast 1.2mm mechanical actuation distance and was sometimes difficult typing documents without making mistakes, with the K70 RGB MK.2 Low Prof...

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  Published: 2018-11-12, Author: Nathan , review by: Techreport.com

  • The mechanical keyboard market is swiftly shifting right now with the rise of new switch manufacturers and the rapid growth of the hobbyist crowd. Corsair is trying to stay up to date with its MK.2 refreshes, but not all the changes are positive. It's a...

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  Published: 2018-11-12, Author: Bryan , review by: overclock3d.net

  • Since their inception the Corsair K series of keyboards have provided some of the finest combinations of typing experience and feature set available.The K70 RGB Mk.2 Low Profile is a revision of their supremely popular K70 keyboard, with all the positive...

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  Published: 2018-11-12, Author: Hilbert , review by: guru3d.com

  • I like the new MK2 series, a number of improvements have been made, mostly of an aesthetic nature. In this version, the USB connector has been changed, much nicer looking, but anyway, not important. This keyboard has 99% of the DNA of the MK2 K70 RGB vers...

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