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CORSAIR - K100 Air Wireless Full-Size Bluetooth RGB Mechanical Cherry MX Ultra Low Profile Tactile Switch Gaming Keyboard - Black

Your price for this item is $229.99
The previous price was $279.99

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars


    This keyboard rocks! I would have never spent $300 on a keyboard so I banked my points and got it on sale for a few bucks. The feel of the keys are just right. Easy to press, yet you feel it. Many options. The RGB is amazing. It had a firmware update that wouldnt download. After unplugging the keyboard, re-starting icue, then plugging it back in it started downloading. After it was done it finally showed up in icue and was ready for customization. You can set each key to a different color if you want to spend the time. I find the icue software confusing, but I work through it. I plan on using it wired, so not sure about battery life. I ordered the dark core mouse as well. Once I get that I will try wireless on both and see.

    Posted by Forthepoints

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    My unicorn keyboard

    I'm a keyboard junkie. I have most of the top end keyboards on the market at any given time. It's a problem. I'm a software developer and spend at least 10-12 hours a day on the computer, so I put these through their paces. Normally I don't care for wireless keyboards or mice, the cables, especially on a keyboard, don't bother me at all. This one let's you leave it plugged in via USB-C cable and never have to worry about charging it. I have tested the wireless functionality but I just don't have a use case for it. My last two keyboards were the K200 and the Steal Series Apex Pro. Having a roller wheel for the volume is a must, and this one works well. The Apex Pro started getting sloppy and was never smooth feeling to begin with. The K200 was very smooth just like this one is. The best part of this keyboard, aesthetically speaking, is the RGB lighting. Rather than every other keyboard out there, with traditional raised keycaps that bleed light from underneath, this ONLY emits light from the letters/numbers in the key themselves, and it looks fantastic. The only other time I've seen this is on some high end gaming laptops and I really like the effect. This is also similar to laptops in that the keys are a chiclet type, but it feels much better than any laptop keyboard. There's stiff enough resistance in each key that just resting your fingers on the keys won't cause accidental keystrokes, but not so stiff it wears your hand out. The K200 did not have the same resistance and as such made me fat finger a lot of stuff. The Apex Pro let me set individual travel distances for each key, which helped some, but it doesn't change the amount of force needed to actually push the key down. This keyboard is also very thin which makes it feel more natural on a table, using other keyboards now makes me feel like.. I'm playing piano made out of Duplos. This has a unique keystroke that makes it feel different from other mechanical keyboards, but I'm finally no longer looking for that unicorn keyboard, as this one feels excellent. I'm a Linux user so the only time I ever use it in Windows is when I was setting up the RGB pattern to save as the default hardware pattern. Everything works as expected in Linux, however OpenRGB doesn't yet seem to support this specific MAC, which is 1B1C:1BAB , so if that's super important to you, go check and see if it's been added yet. Overall, this is a very solid keyboard, and is going to remain my daily driver for quite some time, and I can finally quit looking at 37 reviews for every new keyboard that comes to market. The only big problem for some is if the price is worth it, and if you are fine with most keyboards, you might be perfectly happy with a cheaper one.

    Posted by Corpdecker

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Worth the pickup but not for MSRP

    After using the CORSAIR K100 Air Wireless Gaming Keyboard for a year, I've gotta say, it's pretty great. The Cherry MX Ultra Low Profile Tactile Switches feel great for typing and gaming, and the RGB lighting looks great, which you can come to expect from Corsair products. Now, here's the catch – it's not exactly a budget buy. I impulsively dropped nearly $400 on this keyboard! Lucky for you, as of today (12/23/23), Best Buy has it on sale for just $200. At that price, it's a steal and totally worth grabbing. But when it's not on sale, that hefty price tag makes it a bit harder to recommend. Overall, great keyboard, especially on a deal.

    Posted by EastonA

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