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Corsair STRAFE MK2 RGB MX Silent Refurbished Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £80.47 Inc p&p @ Scan
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Corsair STRAFE MK2 RGB MX Silent Refurbished Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £80.47 Inc p&p @ Scan

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Posted 28th Mar

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Had one of these from Scan. Came brand new in a box that said refurb on it. Had all new accessories and everything was sealed in plastic wrap as new.



Keyboard Specifications
Keyboard Model STRAFE RGB MK.2
Form Factor Standard Full Size
Key Switches Cherry MX Silent Mechanical
Wired/Wireless Wired
Connectivity USB 2.0
Rechargeable Battery No
Battery Type N/A
USB Hub USB Pass-through Port
Wrist Rest Detachable
Report Rate 1000Hz
Anti-Ghosting Yes
Key Rollover Full Key Rollover
Macro Keys All Keys
Macro Recording Method Software Macro Recording
Media Keys Yes
Win Lock Key Yes
Special Keys
Backlighting Brightness Adjustment Key
Mute Key
Next Track Key
Play/Pause Key
Previous Track Key
Profile Key
Stop Key (Media)
Volume Control Wheel (Up/Down)
Winlock Key
Back-Lit Keys Yes
LED Lighting Colour RGB
Keyboard Backlighting Functions
Adjustable Brightness
Individually Lit
Key-by-Key Programmability
On-board Processor
On-board Memory Yes
On-board Memory Size 8MB
Removable Keycaps Yes
Other Keyboard Features
Fully Programmable with Corsair iCUE Software
Inc. Textured/Contoured FPS/MOBA Keycaps
Language English (UK) Language
Cable
Cable Material Tangle Free Rubber
Cable Length
MAC Compatible No
Compatible Operating Systems Windows
Colour Black
Dimensions 168 x 40 x 447 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 1460 g
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12 Comments
Just received mine, like brand new. Thanks OP!
marc262902/04/2020 16:08

Just received mine, like brand new. Thanks OP!


No probs, other than the box that says Refurb on it you could never tell could you.
No not for a second. Any idea what the second usb plug on it is for?
marc262903/04/2020 10:36

No not for a second. Any idea what the second usb plug on it is for?


Yes it's for the USB passthrough port on the back of the keyboard. If you look on the back of the keyboard there is a USB port. The 2nd cable powers that port so you can plug USB drives into it or you mouse cable etc.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 3rd Apr
Great keyboard, I already have it, but trying to use the software to set up unique colour setups is a complete PITA
Any good recommendation of a good TKL keyboard around (or less) this price? Thanks...
ah_heng12/04/2020 14:46

Any good recommendation of a good TKL keyboard around (or less) this …Any good recommendation of a good TKL keyboard around (or less) this price? Thanks...



Corsair K63, but not sure if it only comes with Cherry Red keys. I prefer blue or brown
There is a problem with iCUE, drivers, or whatever. Time to time, when you use volume wheel, the volume goes to the max and you can't stop it. The only remedy is to unplug and plug the keyboard back in. It may bring awkward situations, especially in combination with free premium on Pornuhub.
Received mine today, quick delivery, and looks brand new - you would never know it was refurbished except for the label on the box. My first mechanical keyboard (replaces a 15 year old wireless logitech model!! lol).

Really excellent so far, thanks for posting!
kingkano14/04/2020 13:35

Received mine today, quick delivery, and looks brand new - you would never …Received mine today, quick delivery, and looks brand new - you would never know it was refurbished except for the label on the box. My first mechanical keyboard (replaces a 15 year old wireless logitech model!! lol).Really excellent so far, thanks for posting!


No problem, hope you enjoy it.
Can anyone tell me what it's like for typing on - as opposed to gaming - I'm wondering if it's suitable for office work in the day and gaming at nighttime (if that makes sense)
gremlin14/04/2020 13:56

Can anyone tell me what it's like for typing on - as opposed to gaming - …Can anyone tell me what it's like for typing on - as opposed to gaming - I'm wondering if it's suitable for office work in the day and gaming at nighttime (if that makes sense)


It's absolutely suitable for both. Whether you like it for typing though depends if you have used a mechanical keyboard before or not. The keys register so much easier than when using keyboards with rubber dome keys so years ago when I first switched to a mechanical keyboard I made a lot of mistakes when typing for about a month. If you have already used a mechanical keyboard before then these keys feel just like cherry reds but are noticeably quieter.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 14th Apr
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