Summary: If you're building a gaming PC and need to adhere to a budget, you really can't go wrong with this keyboard. Corsair is fast becoming my favourite peripheral manufacturer on top of already making some of the greatest cases, coolers, PSU's.. you name it.
Pros: Fantastic keyboard for the money. Got this for $49.99 on sale. Really can't go wrong with that price point for what you're getting. Build quality is exceptional; definitely what you expect from Corsair. It's no K70, and it's not mechanical, but for $49, it really has no equal.
Summary: Je recommande ce clavier pour tout le monde! I recommend this keyboard to anyone!
Pros: Très bon clavier pour jouer ou pour aller sur Internet. Il est très beau et bien conçu. Le clavier donne un air robuste et le plastique est de bonne qualité. Le rétro-éclairage est également très bon avec les différents modes possible. Dans le noir il est parfait. Si vous êtes dans le noir total,...
Pros: Looks good, feels good. Backlighting is nice. Anti-ghosting is perfect as far as I can tell.
Cons: There is some kind of issue with the input for the keys. I type at a reasonably fast speed (120-140 wpm+) and the keyboard likes to studder. For example, the word "definitely" shows up as "defifnitely" every single time, unless I type it slowly. It seems to be only a few key combinations that cau...
Summary: I find it inexcusable for a manufacturer of premium keyboards not to mention that their products are incompatible with standard PC BIOSs, which is the cause of this problem.
Pros: Nice lighting.
Cons: Won't transit keycodes to KVM switches which are required for remote switching (ctrl-ctrl, shift-shift, scrl lock-scrl lock, caps lock-caps lock). Confirmed by Corsair support (after finding someone who knew what a KVM switch was), although no mention in any of their data. As such, it's not usabl...
Pros: Build quality is good and button feedback is descent for price range, Not mechanical which is what i was looking for and has pretty descent back lighting not the brightest but definitely not very dim. Overall pretty good keyboard for the price
Pros: Nice keyboard. Have had it for almost two weeks and so far its good for what I need it for.
Cons: The only problem is the short legs, they could be taller, need to prop my keyboard up on something to be right height for gaming. For normal use the legs are not bad. No manual to show how to configure the G Keys. had to go online and print one out.
Summary: Within 24 hours my W key was sticking. Something that I had not seen people complaining about much with the K30. I sent it back and It was replaced a week later, and I hoped that now I had a working keyboard. It's only been 5 hours and I am already disappointed.
Pros: Pretty much the whole keyboard is a pro. The key-caps are the perfect texture and feel great on the fingers. The media keys, for me, are aREEEEAAALLL good, coming from a $5 microsoft keyboard. Back lighting is fantastic for a $50 keyboard
Cons: The only thing that bothers me about this keyboard is how much dust gets attracted to it. I just cleaned it recently, within the last 5 days, and it's already as dusty as it was. To make it a little worse, the texture on the very front makes it easier for dirt from your palms to stick to it. Also...