Cooler Master MK850 Cherry MX Red RGB mechanical gaming keyboard for £149.99 delivered @ Box
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Cooler Master MK850 Cherry MX Red RGB mechanical gaming keyboard for £149.99 delivered @ Box

£149.99£173.4814%Box.co.uk Deals
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Expires on 31/10/2019Posted 4th Oct
Gaming keyboard from Cooler Master this morning. The MK850 mechanical keyboard was released earlier this year with mostly positive reviews, with the main grievance being the premium price point. With this discount the price comes down and your misgivings can be eased.



Its Cherry MX switches allow for increased responsiveness and accuracy — a more tactile keyboard generally. The Aimpad technology gives analog control on your keyboard (only on the arrow keys and eight other keys) which means you can make slight adjustments and fine-tuned movements akin to an analog sticks on gamepads.

Two customisable precision wheels allow you to adjust volume and RGB brightness and other functions. The RGB illuminated keys are also fully customisable, which alongside the understated lightbar makes for a good looking keyboard. It is solid too, with a quality construction using high-grade materials like anodised aluminium and an attached wrist rest.

Specifications
  • Connectivity: InterfaceUSB
  • Compatible Operating System: Windows
  • Length of Cable: 180 cm
  • Keyboard Layout: UK (English)
  • Switch Technology: Cherry MX Red Keys
  • Extra Keys: Media Keys, Dedicated Macro Keys
  • Properties: Plug & Play, Mechanical
  • Features: Number Pad, Textile Cable, Wrist Rest, Backlit LED
  • Gaming Function: Macro Keys
  • Signal Frequency: 1,000 Hz
  • Response Time: 1 ms
  • Weight” 1,092 g
  • Length: 494 mm
  • Width: 268 mm
  • Height: 55 mm
  • Housing Material: Aluminium, Plastic

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Just... WHY? There are ultimately better keyboards at that price point.
ozyri04/10/2019 13:19

Just... WHY? There are ultimately better keyboards at that price point.


It's just a deal, some people want these ones specifically. Each to their own.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 4th Oct
I've invested thousands of pounds on pc hardware but I can't see why anyone would pay £150 on any keyboard. I'd love someone to explain why these keyboards are worth the money.
Thanks
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