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Corsair has announced the K70 Pro Mini Wireless, a new mechanical gaming keyboard for gamers who believe that less is more.

As its name might suggest, this is a compact version of the K70 that delivers the same performance and design but in a portable 60% form factor. Corsair says that the keyboard still offers “almost all of the functionality of a full-size keyboard” thanks to its onboard shortcuts, which can be used to activate a wide range of commands and media controls.

Corsair’s K70 Pro Mini Wireless 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard features an aluminum frame, wear-and-shine-resistant PBT double-shot keycaps, a swappable accent bar, multiple layers of onboard lighting effects, up to 32 hours of battery life, and, depending on the model, Cherry MX Red or Cherry MX Speed mechanical key switches, which are hot-swappable and guaranteed for 100 million keystrokes.

The keyboard also supports both wireless and wired modes, the latter of which might be preferable for those who are seeking higher polling rates.

Take advantage of SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS for the fastest wireless speed on PC, Mac, and consoles, or switch to Bluetooth for compatibility with the vast majority of modern devices, including mobile or tablet. Plug in with USB wired mode for maximum performance with lightning-fast 8,000Hz hyper-polling – 8x faster than standard gaming keyboards – so all your commands are delivered as fast as possible when playing fast-paced games where every millisecond counts.

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Corsair’s K70 Pro Mini Wireless 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboards are available immediately from the company’s worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Both the Cherry MX Red and Cherry MX Speed models are listed for $179.99 on Corsair’s web store.

They are backed by a two-year warranty.

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5 comments

  1. My wife has a ~65%'er, and the 60% DeepCool keyboard we reviewed have both left me confidently with TKL.

    For some reason I need 'Home' and 'End' keys, and using Fn buttons to access the function buttons goes from tedious in most work to downright unworkable if you use them while gaming.

    I suspect that some are more adaptable than I am, of course!
  2. I could use that on some machines but for my primary machine, I won't go without a ten key or the rest of the standard keys.
    I have to say as an IT professional I need all of my keys to work. I know I've given up some when I have to use my laptop keyboard, but I try to remove even that annoyance as much as I am able.
  3. I have to say as an IT professional I need all of my keys to work. I know I've given up some when I have to use my laptop keyboard, but I try to remove even that annoyance as much as I am able.
    I've got a full keyboard on my laptop. It's old as hell, but still does what I need it to do. As I said, I can go with something like a 60% for some machines in my house but I would never do it on my main rig or my day job work computer.

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