Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite Review

When you are building a gaming PC one of the last pieces of hardware you really think about is the keyboard and mouse. Getting a decent keyboard and mouse at a good price is not that easy as both of these accessories can add another $200 on to the total cost of your build. We have seen inexpensive gaming combos in the past, Cooler Master actually sent us their Devastator II gaming combo not that long ago. Today they are releasing the MasterKeys Lite, which also gives you a gaming-grade keyboard and mouse in one package much like the Devastator II. Cooler Master is stepping things up with the Master Keys Lite which has a much better keyboard with zoned RGB backlighting, a more solid design, and Cooler Master mem-chanical switches. The mouse features an infrared Avago 3050 sensor, Omron switches, and two-zoned RGB lighting. At $59.99 this combo seems to be the perfect thing for a gamer on a budget, let’s take a look.

Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the Master MasterKeys Lite to review.

Keyboard Specifications:
Switch Type: Cooler Master Mem-chanical
Color: Black
LED Color: RGB
Polling Rate: 125 Hz
Repeat Rate: Normal 1x / Turbo 8x
On-the-fly system: Lighting / Multimedia / Win LK
Cable: Non-Detachable Rubber Cable
Connector Cable: USB 2.0
Cable Length: 1.8 Meters
Dimensions: 439*129*41mm
Product Weight (without cable): 967g
Warranty: 2 years

Mouse Specifications:
Sensor: Optical AVAGO 3050
Switch Type: Omron 10M
Color: Black
LED Color: RGB
On-the-fly system: Lighting / DPI
Cable: Non-Detachable Rubber Cable
Connector Cable: USB 2.0
Cable Length: 1.8 Meters
Dimensions: 114*64*39mm
Product Weight (without cable): 91 g
Warranty: 2 years

Packaging
The box that the MasterKeys Lite comes in is not much larger than the two products themselves. On the front there is a picture of both products and it lets us know that the keyboard is RGB and features Cooler Master’s mem-chanical switches.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

Flipping the retail box over to the back there is a list of features in quite a lot of different languages and a visual overview of the keyboard itself and the mem-chanical keys.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

Getting everything out of the box you have the keyboard, mouse, and a user’s guide.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

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