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Corsair CH-9000007-UK Raptor K50 Performance Customizable Color Backlit Gaming Keyboard

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k 50
  • Customizable color backlighting – Choose from 16.8M backlighting colors
  • 18 programmable G-keys - up to 54 of your favorite presets.
  • 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB - Accurate Gamneplay.
  • Onboard profile storage – Stores settings and profiles in keyboard memory.
  • Detachable full length wrist rest - Comfortable for hours.
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Product Information

Style Name: k 50
Technical Details
BrandCorsair
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions55 x 25 x 8 cm
Item model numberCH-9000007-UK
SeriesRaptor K50
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DOZ6KSY
Best Sellers Rank 38,954 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available26 Jun. 2013
  
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Product Description

Style Name: k 50

Product Description

The Corsair Vengeance K50 provides customizable colour backlighting plus key features such as 18 dedicated macro keys, full anti-ghosting and full key rollover for great gaming performance. The LED backlighting is adjustable to any of 16.8M colours to match your system or your style. 18 dedicated macro keys with three banks give you easy, single keystroke access to up to 54 of your favourite presets and key combos. Full anti-ghosting and full key rollover ensure that every key you touch translates directly into the game. Plus the K50 includes premium brushed aluminium accents and a detachable wrist rest for added durability and style.

Box Contains

1x Corsair Raptor K50 gaming keyboard
1x Detachable full length wrist rest
1x Quick start guide

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Moore on 30 Jan. 2015
Style Name: K 40 Verified Purchase
Okay to start off I'll say the package came next day so extremely good delivery on Amazons part.

The keyboard itself.
At a first glance the keyboard looks very well designed and honestly looks and feels excellent for the money you've paid.

Whilst is isn't a mechanical the keys feel to me like they have a very short push point e.g. how much you have to push the key for it to obviously register. It's almost similar to my cherry reds obviously the difference is there but in all honesty....there isn't that great a difference.

The metal frame of the keyboard honestly makes it feel crisp it's like the finishing touch to it. The keys aren't slippy and over a really nice distance between each one. I came from the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Logitech Keyboard to this. I've saved some space on my desk and also noticed that the keys feel slightly more bunched together.

I've already logged a few hours in to it on games such as Battlefield 4, World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 and Counter Strike:GO.

Now this is where we get in to detail - FPS games such as the ones I listed....you honestly won't notice much difference from a £20 keyboard except from reliability perhaps and the macros. I don't personally use any of the macro keys because I can't think of anythink they could help with. Perhaps an item for quick use on Team Fortress 2 ? But that would be upto the user.

Where it really shines is MMO games. World of Warcraft the side macro buttons G1, G2 etc I used mainly for proffessions and mount buttons. However your actual macro buttons situated at the top - M1 - M2 - M3 - These little beauties. I set M1 - M2 up as different macro pages. One for my warrior and one for my priest.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher W. on 10 April 2014
Style Name: k 50 Verified Purchase
Good keyboard. Back lighting is a bit dim but for the price it is a very good keyboard. If you have a bit more money go for the k70 to solve the back lighting problem.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Sammy Buxton on 2 Oct. 2013
Style Name: k 50
So this review is coming from someone who was interested in buying a mechanical board, until i saw this item. I wanted mechanical because i'd heard the keys were more responsive than standard cheaper boards hence their different switch types and higher price tag.

When i got the item i was really surprised at its weight, the metal construction really reinforces the design and on trying to warp the board, it wouldn't move an inch. I couldn't find it stated anywhere, but the board has a two year warranty so if the unit became defective you'd just need to RMA it to Corsair who i've heard good things about their support.

The gaming features are what really make this K50 a steal. The alternative mechanical keyboard for me would have been the K95 which carries a 130GBP price tag which i wasn't willing to spend on a board alone. The back lighting is simple to use and customize, a quick download from Corsair (no driver disc) allowed me to speedily update the firmware then use the software to change up the lights and macros. Be aware, if you do not flash the firmware first, then when you do it will revert the board to defaults so do it when you get it. Macro keys can either be inputted into the software or you can use the MR (Macro Record) button on the top left of the board. The unit also features an M1-3 button above the macro pad which i believe are profiles and likewise can have different back lighting assigned to them, for example if you use one profile for WoW you could use blue lighting, and for Starcraft you could use red so as not to confuse yourself with the profiles you've set. Back lighting can be adjusted through: Off, 33%, 66% & Full with the use of the light button above the scroll lock, and the windows key disable button is just above and to the left of the F1 key.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anonabox on 9 Aug. 2014
Style Name: K 40 Verified Purchase
Managed to buy it for £40 before the price rose, However the new price still reflects the quality of this keyboard! I love it to bits, The key lighting comes through the letters and comes with 6 'G' Keys which are programable to open programs, macros and other useful things, 16.8 Million colours to choose from and two settings Max Brightness or True colour (Bearing in mind this backlit keyboard isn't very bright during the day however it still highlights the keys but during the night you can see perfectly and it isn't too harsh on the eyes (bright keys at night) the only small nit-pick I have with this keyboard is some of the letters due to led placement kinda have a small 'faded' look to them and I mean small like the E and N on Page Down isn't fully lit up but still lit however this could be due to my viewing angle because if you look at it from straight up it is pretty much perfect... you have a windows key lock so when gaming no accidental (ALT-TAB) due to windows key being pressed easc G key (6 of them) have three Main macro selection called M1, M2 and M3 these can also be defined by different colour back light when activated say my M1 (Macro 1 key) Is yellow then my M2 is blue then M3 is red or something along those lines... The button MR ( Macro Record ) Pretty simple press the MR key then one of the 'Bind' keys for example G2 then record the macro you want and re-press MR to stop recording the macro. This keyboard also has a brightness button to change three brightness settings low med and high but I'd recommend staying on high. The use of volume buttons and playback buttons are also great and feel good. Overall I love this product (rubber dome keyboard) and can recommend it to a mediocre gamer such as myself. 5 stars.
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