Summary: Almost perfect. Works really well, love the volume control as most other mechanical keyboards don't have it. The only problem I have is that the "wrist rest" is terrible. Not soft and doesn't even really fit a wrist. I use mine just to keep track of the keys I switched out for the red colored ones.
Summary: Very nice keyboard, it would be better if it had lights, so I could play in the dark. the good thing about this keyboard is that its nopt loud compared to the razer ones. and the red button adds a cool feature to the keyboard as well.
Summary: I love this keyboard because of its sound after pressing it. This isn't fully mechanical, for its price there are fully mechanical keyboard. But its design and material used, it is definitely more durable than almost any mechanical keyboard.
Pros: amazing appearance, the clicks sounds are so satisfying, very durable
Summary: Pros: Durable quality feel Media key is nice Volume control is nice Keys do not fade, not sure what other reviewer has going on. I've had the keyboard for 6 plus months and use it all the time and the keys are clear as day. Cons. Sharp edges. Feet under it have no traction My computer does not detect it on boot. Works fine once in windows. This is only a problem if I want into the bios or have a crash. Would buy again.
Summary: This is an excellent keyboard. I've been using it for about a month now. This is purely my opinion, but I really like the left wrist pad. It's firm, but I like the firmness more than a squishy pad. You can also use it to store the key remover and extra keys that come with the keyboard. I rarely use the media keys and volume scroller, but those went right to work out of the box without any driver install which made me quite happy.
Summary: Great product. I've had this for 7 months now, and no big complaints. I won't go into details, but will highlight features I personally like. PROS -Aluminum top feel and looks AMAZING -Laser engraved keys are an underrated feature. No more fading keys. -easy cleaning, keys can pop off easy. -Typing feels great, but is not RIDICULOUSLY loud like some other mechanical keyboards.
Summary: I bought this keyboard after taking a hiatus from gaming for several years. Even outside of gaming I've always preferred a mechanical keyboard and I wanted something affordable. The K60 provided an affordable solution. It is mechanical, has a minimalist look with a nice black and silver look. Overall the buttons are pretty small, but no worse than your standard keyboard size. The keys are loud if you bottom them out, as expected with a mechanical keyboard.
Pros: Cheap, Mechanical, High key rollover, Minimalist design