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Corsair Vengeance gaming keyboards, mice, and headsets hands-on
Hold on to your seats gaming enthusiasts, Corsair just unleashed an onslaught of Vengeance series peripherals aimed at helping you dominate that Call of Duty marathon... and we got our hands on all of 'em. There's a lot to cover, so we'll get right to it. The K60 gamer keyboard boasts Cherry MX Red interchangeable keys for rapid fire, 20-key rollover, windows key lock and crazy fast reporting rate at 1000 reports per second. Its companion, the M60 mouse, implements an Avago 5670 DPI sensor, adjustable center of gravity, custom lift detection and high-mass scroll wheel. In addition to all that, this bad boy features a dedicated sniper button which allows you to hone in on your target that much faster. Read on for the full rundown on the goods.
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|17 Sep 2011||#3|
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Corsair is really making a push into other markets.
I was expecting some cheap logitechesque plastic. The mice and keyboards appear to be quite the opposite. They look good. The mice look to be very palm grip orientated. That should cater to the G9whatever crowds.
Going mechanical for the KB was also good move. Shame the backlight model has the macro keys. MX-Reds might be a polarising choice however due to the love or hate nature of Reds because of their light actuation.
I'm not too sure about the headphones though. Some look a little cheap/gimmicky.
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