Conclusion on the Corsair K68 RGB Review
You want a keyboard that forgives you a little mishap? The Corsair K68 RGB offers less than we are accustomed to from Corsair, the IP32 certification probably made some compromises. Compared to other, high-priced models of the manufacturer, we find instead of aluminum plastic. The volume control is replaced by simple buttons and the cable is no longer covered with fabric but only with rubber. Even at the feet we don’t find any rubber buffers anymore. But the high-quality workmanship and the protection against dust and splash water is a unique selling point in the Corsair keyboard series. I’m certainly not the only one who has simply ruined a not quite cheap keyboard with a beer and a sweet drink. Of course, the RGB lighting and the easy-to-use CUE software also deserve special mention.