Corsair has unveiled its first mechanical gaming keyboard in a smaller form factor known as 60%. The novelty is called the Corsair K65 RGB mini.
The Corsair K65 RGB mini keyboard uses Cherry MX switches with RGB per-key illumination. The features of the device include the Hyper-Processing Corsair Axion technology, the essence of which is polling at a frequency of 8000 Hz. The keyboard is connected to the computer using a detachable braided cable with a USB Type-C connector.
Five sets of dual injection molded caps are available with the K65 RGB mini. They differ in color. Either one costs $ 30.
Customers can select a keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches with linear response, Cherry MX Silent Red with linear response and silent mechanism, or Cherry MX Speed Silver with a short actuation stroke of 1.2 mm. The keyboard recognizes any number of simultaneously pressed keys. It supports working with macros and saving settings in 8 MB of built-in memory (up to 50 profiles). Key remapping, backlight mode selection, and other settings can be changed using the iCUE software.
The Corsair K65 RGB mini keyboard costs $ 110. Sales have already started.