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Corsair Strafe RGB Mk2 Mechanical Keyboard (Cherry MX Red Switches) £114.99 at Currys PC World
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Corsair Strafe RGB Mk2 Mechanical Keyboard (Cherry MX Red Switches) £114.99 at Currys PC World

Posted 12th Jan

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Top features:

- Cherry MX Red mechanical switches for quiet but responsive typing

- RBG backlighting can be personalised to suit each game

- Full programmable keys with onboard memory for different profiles

- USB pass-through and Windows key lock mode

Cherry MX Red mechanical switches

Upgrade your gaming experience with the Corsair STRAFE RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Featuring Cherry MX Red switches, you'll get super responsive mechanical keys, with a really satisfying click. And thanks to 100% anti-ghosting, it doesn't matter how fast you type - every key press will register correctly.

RGB backlighting

With dynamic RGB backlighting, your gaming experience is enhanced with virtually unlimited lighting choices, so you can find the perfect set up to match every game. If you want to personalise individual lighting to highlight your most used keys, it's easy – Corsair's iCue software lets you choose different colours and modes for a completely unique look.

Fully programmable keys

The STRAFE MK.2 is fully programmable, so you can assign any key to your most used macros and functions for effortless gaming. And if you want to create a unique set up of lighting and macros for each of your games, you can save different profiles to the 8 MB on-board storage. Then when you're in the mood for a different game, your settings are already saved.

USB pass-through

With a USB pass-through port, on the keyboard you can easily attach your accessories – so you won't have to figure out a way to plug your mouse, headset or phone charger into the back of your PC.

Tired of accidentally hitting the Windows key? The STRAFE has a Windows key lock mode, so while you're gaming you won't have to worry about any wrong key presses.

I've been looking at getting a new keyboard for quite a while now and decided to pick this up yesterday as it currently has £25 off the usual price of £140. Yes it's expensive but still cheaper than I could find on Amazon (£125), etc.

EDIT - I'm expecting the deal to go cold (it's already started) because of what it is and there are much cheaper keyboard alternatives available (although it is the cheapest price I could find) but hopefully it helps someone out.
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why would you choose this over the more premium model, Corsair K70 MK2 at £104 at Amazon?
That's a very good point and believe or not I would have bought that model (although it's £125 in store) but they didn't have any left. Oh decisions, decisions! I might actually return mine (still unopened) and buy the K70 Mk2 from Amazon. Damn this site lol!

Originally I intended to buy one of the Roccat Vulcan Aimo keyboards (titan switches) but couldn't find any of them anywhere in store to try them out and they seem to be more expensive especially for a UK layout one.
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