Corsair has added a new mechanical keyboard to its extensive line-up. Known for mid-range to premium mechanical keyboards – the new Corsair K63 is smaller ditching the numpad for a ten keyless (TKL) setup while costing less.
Featuring Cherry MX Red switches, the Corsair K63 in design looks identical to its bigger brothers however the company has cut down on certain features to meet the budget price point of $139 AUD RRP. While things like RGB lighting are missing, the Corsair K63 still features red LED backlighting with lighting adjustments through its brilliant CUE software.
While the Corsair K63 has been dubbed the budget mechanical keyboard, the product is highly recommended for players on the go or whom prefer a minimalist approach without all the RGB flair that everyone prefers. Corsair hasn’t really offered a lot of TKL models from their mechanical keyboard line-up so it’s good to see the K63 release to cater for that market.
The Corsair K63 Mechanical Keyboard will hit stores around mid-April in Australia/NZ for $139 AUD RRP. Look out for our full extensive review soon on Respawn Ninja.