Corsair Gaming STRAFE Mechanical Keyboard


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Kit Guru have reviewed the Corsair Gaming STRAFE mechanical keyboard which features Cherry MX switch keys. Here's a snippet:

Corsair Gaming dismayed long-time fans last year when it dropped its famous sales logo in favour of a tribal tattoo. Following fan outrage however, it has made a comeback on the latest line up of products, like the STRAFE gaming keyboard that we are looking at today. Featuring everyone’s favourite Cherry MX switches, textured key-cap replacements and a refined red key-bed, the STRAFE still sports a high price tag, but comes with many of the bells and whistles of Corsair’s flagship boards.

But are they enough to give this keyboard a solid recommendation? That is what we are here to find out.

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Read the full review at Kit Guru
 
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It's towards the upper end of what you'd expect to pay for a mechanical keyboard. Nowadays you can get a decent one for around £60.
 

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£100?
Is that good?

for what you get ... no! ... it's overpriced, IMHO. I would, however, buy it at the drop of a hat @ £60 ... it has a standard UK keyboard layout, no stupid extra buttons that throw off your typing. :)


why oh why does anything 'gaming' need red lights?
 
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