Corsair has pretty much done it all from memory, to cases, to gaming peripherals. They are a leader in the gaming keyboard space and have set a standard for a good quality gaming keyboard. There is something they haven’t done though, that is release a 60% keyboard. 60% keyboards started out in more of the enthusiast space but have become extremely popular with gamers lately. We’ve been companies like Razer release a 60% keyboard so it is no surprise that Corsair would be next. Today we are checking out their K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard, which is a 60% keyboard that features Corsair’s AXON hyper-processing technology, Cherry MX mechanical key switches, and PBT double-shot keycaps. Is this the 60% keyboard for you? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Corsair for providing us with the K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard to review.
The K65 RGB Mini comes in a box that is not much larger than the keyboard itself. On the front there is a picture of the keyboard itself and it lets us know we have the English version and that it is compatible with iCUE.
Flipping over to the back some of the features of the keyboard and listed and detailed. There is also a sticker letting us know we have the Cherry MX Red version of the keyboard. Corsair will be offering the K65 RGB Mini with Cherry MX Red, Silent, and Speed mechanical key switches.
Getting everything out of the box we have the K65 RGB Mini keyboard, detachable USB cable, extra spacebar and Corsair keycap, keycap puller, and a user’s guide.