Conclusion and Verdict
Well what do have? The wrist rest is comfortable and the lights are bright. The aluminum housing looks great and add that extra feel of durability. I have never put the beat down on my keyboard out of frustration but this particular one might handle it better than an all plastic build for sure.
These smaller keyboard are becoming ever more popular due to a smaller price tag and the ease of packing them up taking them to LAN parties. I rarely find myself using the numpad so if I can save some space on my desk I am open to that for sure! Honestly we showed you a great keyboard from Coolermaster today and I would not hesitate recommending this keyboard to anyone!
The Keyboard features multiple (17) preset LED modes and effects. Modes and affects rain from solid colors to color waves and reactive on-touch effects. All the effects can be controlled through the On-the-Fly controls to adjust color, speed and direction.
- RGB Lighting
- Wrist Rest
- Brushed Aluminum
- No software needed
If you don’t use the numpad then this keyboard may be what your looking for. Coolermaster has developed this one to meet every need from beautiful aesthetics, comfort too seamless functionality.
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