Conclusion: It’s an investment, as keyboards go. But the way we see it, it’s tough to get into a mechanical keyboard for much under $100, so, if you can, it’s worth shelling out for the one you really want, because you won’t likely be replacing it for many years. And everything about the Vengeance K95’s design and build quality screams “keeper.” We recommend it whole-heartedly.
Pros: Rigid aluminum-frame design, Backlighting is customizable per key (and classy-looking), 18 macro keys enable up to 54 shortcuts, Easy-to-use macro software, with hardware-execution option
Cons: Aluminum baseplate tends to show off dust, No choice of switch types (MX Red only)
Excerpt: We recently reviewed Corsair's K70 mechanical keyboard, the successor to the K60. Today we'll take a closer look at the K70's bigger sibling, the K90. It is replacing the Corsair K95, and is also equipped with mechanical Cherry MX Red backlit keys. It comes with 18 extra gaming keys for macros on the left side, and a wrist support that spans the entire keyboard.
Summary: The Vengeance K95 is the new flagship gaming keyboard from Corsair which was built on the already successful K90 platform but now with all-mechanical key layout (Cherry MX Red) for enhanced durability and key-by-key addressable backlighting. The keyboard does also come with a black anodized brushed aluminum chassis for a clean, professional look and it is really easy to clean.
Summary: Over the past year or so since I have been using a mechanical, I have went from the Browns to the Reds. I prefer lower resistance than the other Cherry MX keys. The Corsair Vengeance K95 mechanical keyboard approves my preference in this series of keys. I am a tall but skinny fellow so I am not hard on the keys as some may be. A fact of the Red keys is that they do make a little noise when you bottom out the pressing but it is nowhere near of the Blue keys.
Review: Corsair Vengeance K95 - a Worthy Flagship Successor
17 June 2013
Excerpt: So, you are already an experienced mechanical keyboard user and wonder what is new on the market? Or you are simply curious, wondering what this recent clicking rave is all about? Read on and get ready to meet the Corsair Vengeance K95 – a peripheral that just barely missed its chance to become a flawless choice.
Conclusion: Sometimes we have to tie ourselves in knots to explain our findings and justify our awards, but for the first time in a while that’s not the case. The Vengeance K95 is just that good. It is sometimes difficult to reconcile the expense of a mechanical keyboard with the value-added nature of the features included. Such was the case with the K70, which despite being an excellent keyboard asked a lot for the £120. With the Vengeance K95 much of decision is devoid of stress.
Summary: Corsair ist mit einem breiten Portfolio an Gaming-Peripherie aufgestellt. Die bereits erhältliche Vengeance K95 Gaming-Tastatur stellt die aktuelle Speerspitze dar und soll mit ihren Cherry-MX-Red-Schaltern höchste Präzision bieten. In unserem Test schauen wir uns die Corsair K95 einmal genauer an.
Excerpt: Herní periferie Corsair řady Vengeance se už na trhu zabydlely a nabízena je řada myší s podložkami, klávesnic a také headsetů. My se dnes podíváme na pokračovatele klávesnice K90, čili model K95, jenž má nabídnout podstatně vyšší kvalitu.
Pros: + Mechanické klávesy s individuálním podsvícením, + 18 programovatelných kláves a vnitřní paměť, + Odolné tělo a dobře zpracovaná podložka pod zápěstí, + Průchozí USB 2.0, multimediální tlačítka, ovladač hlasitosti
Cons: - Škoda že jen Cherry MX Red, Není nabízena CZ verze