Summary: Corsair once made a quality product but they have really declined in quality that last few years, And their new logo sucks.
Cons: Corsair has asked me to revise my negative reviews of their products but will not acknowledge the fact they some of their products I have received are defective and expect me to pay to ship their defective products back at my own expense, to have them ship me the same defective yet refurbished mo...
Summary: Will be trying Razer on my next Gaming rig build.
Pros: Looks cool when advertised.
Cons: My last PC build had the case, mother board, cpu, ram, hard drive, ssd, dvd, fans etc had zero problems. They were all not from Corsair. My PSU, keyboard and mouse all from Corsair all failed. The power supply was D.O.A right out of the box. Corsair had me pay $38 for return shipping to receive t...
Summary: I use it with an M95 and I gotta say this one is one of the best keyboards in the market. Macro keys and the software are easy to use. The macros on the macro keys work pretty well and work on every game that I play (like one key to eat snacks in GTA5).
Pros: White Backlighting Quality Not flimsy at all like some other brands Sail Logo (not the Corsair Gaming Logo) Macro Keys Easy to use software Full MX Red Plain black color Keyboard memory
Summary: I have gone through several gaming or customizable keyboard over many years. My first with macro keys was the early 90s the Gateway Anykey that came with higher-end Gateway Computers. I liked the 24 macro keys and the 8-way arrow keys. It was a really ahead of its time keyboard.
Pros: Macros easy to record with or without adjustable delays
Cons: Cheap key caps or plastic like mechanical noise
Summary: Wouldn't buy it again if I had the choice. Would go with another brand like Ducky, WASD, or even Filco for the money I spent on this.
Pros: Great build quality. Nice media controls. Nice braided cables. Macro keys are very nice too.
Cons: LEDs burnt out. I've been using the board for 1.5 years and more than 1/3 of them burnt out and don't work anymore. It looked nice for a little while at least right? Expensive as hell. The Macro keys are separated from the frame and are mounted on plastic while the rest of the board is sitting on...
Summary: Great keyboard let down by multiple failing LED units and costly warranty return program. I asked Corsair support if I could upgrade (paying the difference) to the RGB version which was released later and has been proven to be more reliable, they declined and told me I needed to pay a fee to get my...
Summary: Overall, good keyboard. Would be a great keyboard if not for the LEDs. I have not tried sending my keyboard back because I did not keep every single scrap of paper that came with the box, which is what Corsair says you need to get a refund. Oh well.
Pros: The keyboard feels amazing. The Cherry Red MX Switches are absolutely delightful. Each key press is smooth and light. The software is easy to figure out without any tutorials.
Cons: About half of my LEDs have either burnt out or have diminished to the point where it is impossible to tell if they are on or not. It started with just a few keys but quickly progressed like the plague to keys all acrosse my keyboard. Now I keep my LEDs off, to quarantine the survivors from the im...