DealsDeal on Corsair K70 RGB: avail 27% discount at $149.99

Deal on Corsair K70 RGB: avail 27% discount at $149.99

The Corsair K70 RGB TKL is an 80% scaled-down version of the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2. It is a great gaming keyboard. It’s a well-made model with solid doubleshot PBT keycaps. It has a lot of gaming features, like macro-programmable keys and full RGB backlighting. It also has a “Tournament Mode” switch that turns off all macros and shows a single color so you can focus on gaming.

Cherry MX Speed switches are easy to press and make for a responsive gaming experience. Linear Cherry MX Red switches are also available. If you want to use it for work and don’t mind how sensitive the keys are, it’s a great keyboard, but it doesn’t come with a wrist rest, which is a shame.


Like the K70 Mk. 2, the K70 RGB TKL has a mini volume roller and eight buttons, including media controls, a profile switcher, a brightness button, and a game mode toggle. On a full-size keyboard, these controls are pretty standard and almost boring. But in this case, it’s much more interesting. Media controls and other extras are rarely found on TKLs because the keyboards are meant to take up less space.

The K63 Compact, which is made by Corsair, is a TKL with media controls. However, this is still a rare combination that hasn’t been widely used in a long time. It seems especially important right now. With the rise of even smaller 60 and 65 percent form factors that focus on efficiency and portability, the TKL feels like a good compromise. For a TKL to really be able to call itself that, it needs to have more than the bare minimum. The K70 RGB TKL makes the most of the time.

How to get Corsair K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard?

The K70 RGB TKL is made for esports. It has fast Cherry MX Red or Speed Silver switches with low minimum force and quick actuation points for fast, responsive play. It also has a physical tournament switch on the back of the keyboard that resets the RGB lighting to a single color and returns all the keys to their normal functions. This feature is there so that you don’t accidentally get kicked out of a tournament. Like many esports keyboards, the K70 RGB TKL has a USB-C cable that can be removed. This makes it easy to move and store.

George Southwell
George Southwell
George Southwell is a writer for Bollyinside who has a passion for classic cinema, architecture, entertaining friends through the art of the kitchen, and guiding others in the purchase of consumer technology items that meet their specific needs. You could find him in a figure drawing class, a movie theatre, or just standing in the middle of a sidewalk and staring at a building when he's not writing.
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