Corsair K70 RGB TKL Champion Series Review
The Corsair range of keyboards is nothing if it's not comprehensive. No matter your budget there is going to be a keyboard that fits your requirements. One of their most popular ranges both in terms of units sold as well as variants is the K70. More than any of their other offerings it's in the heart of the price point sweet spot and thus has plenty of different versions to ensure you can have a keyboard that suits your needs.
Today sees the launch of the latest addition to this range in the form of the K70 RGB TKL Champion Series.
K70, because that's the base model. RGB is self-explanatory. TKL because this particular model comes in the TenKeyLess format which means you're missing the number pad that usually sits on the right hand edge of the keyboard thus making this model more compact. Lastly Champion Series is the newest Corsair range which is aimed squarely at those of you who want to ensure nothing but your own abilities stand in the way of you conquering your enemies.
We'll go over what it offers in a moment, but first let's look at the specification and then dive into the keyboard itself.
If you've spent any time comparing the various keyboards available on the market then many of these features will be familiar to you. Full RGB lighting, Cherry MX switches in two different flavours - we have the popular Red models in our review sample - and the famous Corsair volume roller are all present and correct. The Champion Series also brings 4000 Hz key scanning and, via the iCUE software, up to 8000 Hz polling which could be the difference between victory and defeat.