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Corsair Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard review

Enthusiast-class typing with looks to kill

Corsair Vengeance K60
A beautiful, hardy and pleasing new keyboard

TechRadar Verdict

Pros

  • +

    Keys feel amazing

  • +

    Comfy enough for enduro-sessions

  • +

    Trademark bomb-proof build

Cons

  • -

    Not backlit

Say hello to the Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard.

To some, a keyboard is just a place to collect all your biscuit crumbs and errant Golden Virginia while you look at the latest funny cat video, but for the serious gamer it's a vital piece of kit.

These people are prepared to spend a bit extra cash for a keyboard that's comfortable, responsive and maybe even boasts a few extra controls – and Corsair wants in on that action.

Like the Vengeance M60 mouse, this K60 is designed with the FPS gamer in mind.

Corsair vengeance kit

Corsair's keyboard is built on a brushed metal chassis and features fantastically clicky Cherry MX red switches for (steady now) fast, smooth action.

The WSAD and 1-5 keys are also rubberized and contoured to maximise your gaming comfort and performance, but you can swap these out for normal black keys with a handy tool stowed away, with the spare keys, in the wrist rest if you like.

Phil Iwaniuk
Contributor

Ad creative by day, wandering mystic of 90s gaming folklore by moonlight, freelance contributor Phil started writing about games during the late Byzantine Empire era. Since then he’s picked up bylines for The Guardian, Rolling Stone, IGN, USA Today, Eurogamer, PC Gamer, VG247, Edge, Gazetta Dello Sport, Computerbild, Rock Paper Shotgun, Official PlayStation Magazine, Official Xbox Magaine, CVG, Games Master, TrustedReviews, Green Man Gaming, and a few others but he doesn’t want to bore you with too many. Won a GMA once.