Conclusion on the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile Gaming Keyboard Review
The conclusion of the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile is quite positive, even though we could not make a real comparison to another mechanical low-profile keyboard due to a lack of alternatives. Nevertheless, we come to the conclusion that this premiere is quite well done, which of course is mainly thanks to Corsair and Cherry. In general, the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile uses a well-known and very good basis, the excellent characteristics of which have been largely transferred to the low-profile version.
Key features include stylish RGB LED lighting, detachable palm rests, separate function and media buttons, integrated profile memory, USB pass-through and revised software. Of course, the height is also the focus, because that’s what the Low Profile variant was designed for. As we mentioned earlier in this article, the writing feel on the flatter keys is actually a bit more comfortable than on the standard keys of a mechanical keyboard. In addition, the whole design looks much more elegant and does not put on so much. The rustic look has disappeared and you can talk about an absolutely modern keyboard with extensive functions. Unfortunately, the price of 189,99 € (currently: € 217.99) already makes you gasp for air, because somewhere the limit of keyboards should be reached, even if the price has not changed to the normal K70 RGB.
In general we can only recommend the keyboard to everyone, no matter if you are a gamer or a typist, but the price you get really hurts and you should consider very carefully whether you will get a cheaper alternative in the near future.