CORSAIR Launches K65 RGB Mini Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

With more and more users looking for a compact keyboard, CORSAIR has launched its first-ever 60% mechanical gaming keyboard with the K65 RGB Mini. Despite its compact size, the K65 RGB Mini comes with 100% Cherry MX mechanical key switches, along with dynamic per-key RGB backlighting that supports CORSAIR’s iCUE software, up to 8000hz polling with CORSAIR AXON Hyper-processing technology, and a detachable USB-C cable.

Together with the K65 RGB Mini, CORSAIR also brings along the Double-Shot Pro Keycap Mod Kits that come with five additional colors to further personalize your K65 RGB Mini (or any compatible CORSAIR Keyboards (K100 RGB and K60 PRO Series) according to your liking.

Just like CORSAIR’s bigger keyboards, the K65vRGB Mini comes with essential features that include 8MB of onboard storage for saving up to 50 profiles, full N-key rollover and 100% anti-ghosting, and a detachable braided USB Type-C cable for easy portability. For the key switches, you can choose between three variants:

  • CHERRY MX Red for silky smooth and linear keypresses;
  • CHERRY MX SILENT Red, which blends blending linear travel with a patented noise-reduction design; and
  • CHERRY MX SPEED Silver, which features an ultra-fast 1.2mm actuation distance.

CORSAIR K65 RGB Mini Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Price

The K65 RGB Mini is priced at $110(~Php 5.4k) while the Double-Shot Pro Keycap mod kits are priced at $30(~Php 1.5k). Both come with a limited lifetime warranty that is honored by CORSAIR’s worldwide customer service. With the K65 RGB Mini’s compact design, CORSAIR aims to target gamers (or casual users) who want a compact mechanical keyboard with a minimalist design.

There’s no official word yet as to when CORSAIR will make the K65 RGB Mini mechanical gaming keyboard available in the Philippines, so make sure to stay tuned to the site for updates regarding its official price and availability in the Philippines.

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