Corsair K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard Review

Corsair K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard Review

Hello PC Enthusiasts. For this review, we will be checking out the new liquid and particle resistant keyboard from Corsair, known as the K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard. Corsair has entered nearly uncharted territory with the K68 and its liquid resistance, as this device is one of if not the only keyboard on the market to boast such an IP rating. We have seen washable keyboards in the past but nothing quite up to this level of liquid and particle resistance. While the K68’s party trick is its ability to withstand an accidental dousing of your favorite energy drink we do find other notable features such as the power of CUE, NKRO, Macros, LED Lighting, and a full rack of Cherry MX mechanical switches, which are, as you know, the industry standard for badass keyboards. Let’s see what the K68 can do. Thank you for choosing Bjorn3D.com.

Specifications / Features

  • 100% CHERRY MX Red mechanical keyswitches
  • Per-key red LED backlighting
  • Standard / full size design
  • IP32 resistance rating
  • Dedicated volume and multimedia controls
  • 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover
  • CUE Support
  • Windows Key Lock mode
Corsair K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard
Key Switches Cherry MX Red, mechanical, 45g actuation force, 2.0mm actuation distance, rated at 50M operations, gold cross-point contacts
Backlighting Red – Individually lit and per key programmable
Macro Keys All Keys
Matrix  100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover
Media Keys Dedicated multimedia and volume controls
Windows Lock Key  Dedicated
CUE Software  Enabled
Cable  Tangle-free rubber
Dimensions 455mm x 170mm x 39mm
Weight  1.37kg / 3.02 lbs
Warranty  Two years
MSRP $99.99

 

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