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Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite Review

Keyboard Overview
The keyboard that comes with the MasterKeys Lite seems to be a much more solid keyboard than what came with the Devastator II. It is most definitely heavier and has a more simplistic design, which should cater to gamers. The keyboard is a full keyboard so you have a full set of keys as well as a number pad.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

There are no real extra keys on the keyboard, you do have secondary funtions for changing the backlighting, repeat rate, keyboard lock, Windows key lock, Play / Pause, Stop, Forwards, Back, volume up and volume down. Another nice feature of the keyboard is that it is splash resistant, so you don’t have to worry about spilling a drink on it.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

As I mentioned earlier this keyboard features Cooler Master’s mem-chanical key switches. These are not a mechanical switch, but give you a close tactile feeling much like a mechanical switch. The mem-chanical switches are made up of a transparent plunger for increased brightness, a steady support housing for increased durability, and a tactile dome foundation, which gives you that great feedback. The keycaps on the keyboard are UV coated and the way the switches are designed you can install Cherry MX keycaps on this keyboard.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

Taking a look at the keyboard from the side we can see that the first three rows of the keyboard are angled down and the next three are angled up. This should provide a comfortable base for typing and gaming. The keyboard does offer height adjustment via the pop-out feet at the bottom.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite

Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite