The only major downside to the K100 is that starting at $230, it is a bit pricey for anyone who isn’t a hardcore keyboard nut like our resident Topre fanatic and sometimes editor Alex Cranz. (Note: you can also get the K100 with Cherry MX Speed switches if you want.) They felt very smooth and refined, and I’ve honestly never enjoyed a linear switch this much – especially for typing. Some of our posts include links to retailers. Of course, Corsair isn’t ditching its hallmark design. The K100 RGB dethrones the K95 RGB from its flagship position, bringing some much-appreciated updates that go beyond the lavish lighting. The Verdict. The best RGB PC components and accessories, Best Black Friday wireless keyboard deals 2020: Apple, Logitech, Razer, Apple Magic Keyboard price slashed at Amazon for Black Friday, Razer Cyber Weekend Sale: Save big on gaming laptops, accessories, and more, Lenovo Yoga 7i Review: Too many compromises to be great, Mac Mini Price slashed to new low at B&H Photo for Black Friday, Latest Apple iMac prices slashed at Amazon for Black Friday, The latest MacBook Air is $100 off at Adorama for Black Friday, Save up to $32 on Apple MagSafe 2 power cables at Amazon for Black Friday, Dell laptops discounted for Black Friday — save up to $500, Amazon slashes price of Surface Pro X for Black Friday, Save a massive $300 on the Dell XPS 15 for Black Friday, HP knocks $140 off its Envy X360 convertible laptop for Black Friday. Set price alerts and view price trends. However, beneath its keys, the K100 has switched over from standard mechanical switches to Corsair’s new OPX optomechanical linear (that means no bump when pressing a key) switches that instead of relying on physical pressure to detect a keystroke, uses little lasers positioned beneath every key that can tell precisely when something gets pressed. Start saving today by comparing prices and offers on Keyboards. It’s also magnetized, so it’ll stick to the keyboard instead of just loosely being placed near the keyboard. The Corsair K100 RGB is huge. Senior reporter at Gizmodo, formerly Tom's Guide and Laptop Mag. Honestly, some of the preset color schemes like Rain and Rainbow Spiral are downright mesmerizing, and I’ve caught myself staring off into the depths of the switches like that one guy from The Matrix. The Inventory team is rounding up deals you don’t want to miss, now through Cyber Monday. Furthermore, with per-key RGB lighting spread across 44 configurable zones, the K100 is a whirlwind of color. When looking at the Corsair K100 and K95 RGB Platinum XT, there is a clear winner. Still, it’s really handy, and by simply pressing down on the button in the middle you can quickly toggle between various functions. The Corsair K100 RGB offers a few advantages over cheaper Corsair keyboards, but not enough to justify its hefty price bump. Update 5-10-2020, 9:40am PT: This article was updated to address an issue with the wristrest. In Corsair’s pitch, the company said the new K100 has “the most RGB we’ve ever put in a keyboard.” If that isn’t cause for concern, I don’t know what is. Set price alerts and view price trends. The RGB lighting doesn’t disappoint. And I do mean precisely, because with an actuation point of just 1mm (and an actuation force of 45g), the K100 is seriously sensitive. It comes with a great chassis, tons of RGB customization, and an oh-so-comfortable wrist rest (minus the problem with my first unit). The wrist rest has also been updated, and while it looks nothing like it, it’s made from a squishy material that your hands lightly sink into.

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