MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB

Final Thoughts

We like the price and overall feel of the MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB. Performance during gaming was comparable to mid range mechanical keyboards. Once we took the focus off adjusting on the fly using keyboard shortcuts and dove into gaming the MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB gave us good capabilities on the gaming battlefield.

We would suggest setting your preferences before entering your game and just using the DPI adjustment button until the learning curve flattens out a bit.  It’s a bit personal preference but we prefer software controlled mice with a DPI up and down button onboard. Keyboard shortcuts often interfere with gaming controls so it makes it dodgy to adjust on the fly while gaming.

The entry-level MSRP of $59 is justifiable and delivers mid-range performance so the MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB is a bit of a bargain and Cooler Master even includes a metal chassis in the keyboard.

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Cooler Master Masterkeys Lite_5If you are looking for a good gaming setup at an affordable price the MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB is well worth looking at but f you are looking for top end performance you’ll be more in the $300 price range for state of the art gaming gear. The $59 price tag makes the MasterKeys Lite L Combo with RGB an attractive alternative to spending big bucks on top end gaming gear.

Pros Cons
  • Price
  • Mem-Chanical Emulates Mechanical
  • RGB
  • Brilliant LEDs
  • Ergonomic Mouse W/Teflon Feet
  • Avago 3050 Infrared Mouse Sensor
  • 3500 DPI down to 500 DPI
  • Mouse Is Light Weight
  • No Wrist Rest
  • To Many Keyboard Key Combos
  • Long Keystroke Actuation

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