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    Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    Features Cherry MX switches, IP32 protection rating, and per-key backlighting.
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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    Is it whisky resistant? My current mechanical key board likes a drop of whisky now and again...


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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    I used to have a Corsair mechanical with Cherry Blues and I loved it - sadly it failed on me and I had to replace it..since then been happy with my Razor with black switches.

    I'd definitely go for a Corsair again though - the only reason I didn't last time is that their RMA process used to be atrocious for UK customers (posting a keyboard to mainland europe was not cheap! I ended up returning mine to Amazon instead) however they have fixed that now that they have a new partnership with Scan who handle their UK RMAs for them

    Shame it only has Cherry Reds though - personally I don't like them..i'd consider it if they offered multiple switch types in the future though.

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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    Atrocious

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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

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    Cheery MX keys also have a good name for reliability...
    Those "Cheery MX" keys surely are something special... ;-)

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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    Love Corsair keyboards. The software still needs work though. Thankfully they release updates. The newer keyboards are rather expensive now though. I am waiting to get a new keyboard when Corsair releases the new Cherry MX LP switches. Price will be a factor.

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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    I have literally just bought a K65 LUX. The new sh1t always comes out days after I buy something. Bah.
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    Re: Corsair launches K68 RGB spill-resistant mech gaming keyboard

    Just sell it with Cherry MX Brown already!

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