Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT Gaming Keyboard Review

When it comes to full-size gaming keyboards things can get expensive, typically if you want to go the mechanical route you are likely going to be spending anywhere from $150-200. In the world of non-mechanical full-size keyboards things are very limited. Half the time these keyboards do not offer proper backlighting or software. Well one of Corsair’s latest gaming keyboards hopes to bring you everything you would expect from a high-end keyboard, just without the mechanical switches. I am talking about the Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT which offers membrane switches, per-key RGB backlighting, six dedicated macro keys that can work with Elgato’s stream deck application, dedicated multimedia keys, spill resistance, and proper support through iCUE. At only $59.99 at our favorite online retailer this could be the best budget full-size keyboard out there.

Special thanks to Corsair for providing us with the K55 RGB Pro XT Gaming Keyboard to review.

Specifications

Packaging

The K55 RGB Pro XT comes in Corsair’s typical retail packaging, which is bright yellow. On the front we have a picture of the keyboard itself and it lets us know that it is the English layout and that it is compatible with iCUE.

Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT Gaming Keyboard

Flipping over to the back there is another picture of the keyboard and some of the features are listed.

Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT Gaming Keyboard

Getting everything out of the box we have the K55 RGB Pro XT keyboard, a wrist rest, and a user’s guide.

Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT Gaming Keyboard

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