Corsair’s newly introduced K57 RGB Wireless is not only one of the company’s few wireless keyboards, but also one of the models that relies on rubber dome switches instead of mechanical buttons. The K57 is also the first keyboard to use the Capellix LEDs announced at CES.

These should be particularly small, but in comparison to normal LEDs – despite their smaller area – they should shine similarly brightly and also work more efficiently. The latter is particularly important for a wireless keyboard: Corsair promises an operating time of eight hours at maximum brightness. At the start of sales a price of about 100 Euro is targeted, currently the keyboard is available for € 121,69 Euro. The following test will show how the...

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