Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro M and Pro S Review
The Cooler Master Masterkeys range has been a good introduction to the crowded mechanical keyboard marketplace, with a very solid product at an attractive price. We know from experience though that many of you prefer a smaller sized keyboard rather than a full size offering – the so called tenkeyless design – and if you fall into that category then the latest two models in the Masterkeys Pro range should be right up your street.
Usually if you’re succumbing to a smaller keyboard you have to live without the numpad section. Something which can be annoying as so many games utilise these keys, and if you’ve ever spent more than two minutes inputting data into spreadsheets then you’ll understand how useful the number pad can be. Cooler Master must have known too, as although the Pro S is a standard tenkeyless design, the Pro M actually dispenses with the del/cursor cluster to obtain its reduced width.
It’s good to have a choice, so let’s have a quick rundown of this narrower pair.