Cooler Master Masterkeys MK750 Gaming Keyboard Review

Coolermaster Masterkeys MK750 Gaming Keyboard Review 

Introduction

If you’re the type of person who pays close attention to the products that appear at trade shows then you will probably remember back in May when Cooler Master took to Computex and revealed their next models in the Masterx range. With the Masterkeys Pro range already scoring well we’re interested if there is room in the Cooler Master range for another mechanical keyboard.

One such product was the Masterkeys MK750. We have reviewed almost everything else that appeared at Computex – the Masterset, Masterpulse, etc – but the Masterkeys MK750 was conspicuous by its absence. However, it’s finally here and so it is time to find out if it was worth the wait, or whether the other models in the Masterkeys range have rendered this a little bit of a red-headed stepchild.

Technical Specifications

The MK750 ticks a lot of modern gaming keyboard boxes with an onboard processor feeding CherryMX switches that have RGB lighting built in. Cooler Master have also included the all important wrist rest, vital for anyone who does a lot of typing. Like us for example. Let’s take a look at it in all its glory.

Coolermaster Masterkeys MK750 Gaming Keyboard Review