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Corsair has launched the K60 PRO TKL and K70 PRO OPX, two new keyboards that feature the company’s hyper-fast CORSAIR OPX optical-mechanical keyswitches with a 1.0 mm actuation distance. A white version of the previously announced K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS, a keyboard in a portable 60% form factor with 100% CHERRY MX mechanical keyswitches, is also now available.

From a Corsair press release:

CORSAIR (NASDAQ: CRSR), a world leader in high-performance gear for gamers and content creators, today announced two enticing new optical-mechanical keyboards with exclusive CORSAIR OPX keyswitches to join its award-winning keyboard lineup: the K60 PRO TKL and K70 PRO OPX. These fully equipped keyboards deliver superior gaming with stylish durable aluminum frames, while amping performance with OPX optical-mechanical keyswitches. With these quick-action, precise keyboards at your disposal, you can set your sights on victory.

The K60 PRO TKL and K70 PRO OPX both showcase hyper-fast CORSAIR OPX optical-mechanical keyswitches, delivering 1.0mm actuation distance and incredibly smooth linear motion, ideal for competitive play and smooth typing. Each switch is guaranteed for an extraordinary 150 million keystrokes, helping raise your game to new heights for years to come.

In addition to OPX keyswitches, the K60 PRO TKL includes all the hallmarks of a high-performance gaming keyboard in a compact profile. With its tenkeyless form-factor, the K60 PRO TKL fits nearly any desktop space, sets up quickly with a detachable USB Type-C cable, and offers 8,000Hz hyper-polling for peak input performance. It comes outfitted with durable polycarbonate keycaps that allow stunning per-key RGB lighting to shine through, as well as convenient shortcuts to control media, volume, and onboard functions. Fully control and customize the RGB with powerful CORSAIR iCUE software, which also unlocks key remapping, macro programming, and synchronized lighting integration with select games.

For those who opt for a full-size gaming keyboard experience, the K70 PRO OPX combines OPX optical switches with the competitive-grade performance of CORSAIR’s signature K70 PRO series. AXON Hyper-Processing Technology transmitting keystrokes up to 8x faster than standard gaming keyboards, a dedicated tournament switch, and a plethora of winning features equip players for the highest competition possible, with a strikingly stylish aesthetic in either black or white.

CORSAIR has also announced the availability of the white version of K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS 60% keyboard today, featuring 100% CHERRY MX mechanical keyswitches in a portable 60% form-factor. This widely customizable keyboard now comes with additional attractive color options to fit your style and your gaming setup.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing

The CORSAIR K60 PRO TKL RGB Tenkeyless Optical-Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, CORSAIR K70 PRO RGB Optical-Mechanical Gaming Keyboards, and K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard – White are available immediately from the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

The CORSAIR K60 PRO TKL, CORSAIR K70 PRO OPX, CORSAIR K70 PRO OPX – White, and CORSAIR K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS – White are backed by a two-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.

For up-to-date pricing of the CORSAIR K60 PRO TKL, CORSAIR K70 PRO OPX, CORSAIR K70 PRO OPX – White, and K70 PRO MINI WIRELESS – White please refer to the CORSAIR website or contact your local CORSAIR sales or PR representative.

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5 comments

  1. So if I have a K70 Lux why would I want this keyboard?
    If Cherry MXs aren't fast enough for you - these switches have half the throw distance... and speed of light! Because electricity doesn't already travel at the speed of light I guess?

    You know, for faster typing. When every millisecond matters
  2. If Cherry MXs aren't fast enough for you - these switches have half the throw distance... and speed of light! Because electricity doesn't already travel at the speed of light I guess?

    You know, for faster typing. When every millisecond matters
    LOL I think the big selling point here is durability for those that burn through keyboards? Might be something to look at if I feel the need down the road. At least the K70 still has the numeric keypad.

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