Thursday, March 16th 2017

Corsair Announces New Tenkeyless K63 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, PC components and high-performance gaming hardware today announced the new K63 mechanical gaming keyboard. Continuing the CORSAIR legacy of top-quality, high-performance gaming keyboards, the K63 combines tenkeyless design, precision CHERRY MX Red mechanical keyswitches, a full complement of media keys and per-key red LED illumination. What's more, K63 offers all this at a price that puts mechanical performance within reach of gamers wanting to step up their game to the next level. The result is a perfect combination of mechanical precision, advanced gaming features and a space-saving design that makes it ideal for compact desktops or gamers on-the-go.

Packing the best of CORSAIR keyboards into a new compact size, the K63 boasts a host of features ready to match the most demanding games. Beneath its sleek exterior and gold-contact CHERRY MX Red key switches, per-key red LED backlighting vibrantly illuminates each key. With the power of CORSAIR Utility Engine (CUE) software, every key's lighting can be controlled individually, allowing for virtually unlimited lighting customization and control. CUE software also allows for near endless programmability, with every key individually reprogrammable with alternative commands, custom macros or dynamic lighting effects.
Dedicated volume and multimedia controls located at the top of the keyboard offer easy access to audio adjustments in-game, while dedicated Windows Key Lock and brightness adjustment buttons allow gamers to keep distractions to a minimum at crucial moments.

Precision and accuracy are nothing without control, and the K63 delivers when it matters most. 100% Anti-ghosting with full key rollover ensures that every press of the keyboard is registered, no matter how many keys are pressed simultaneously, or how fast you press them.

CORSAIR K63 Specifications
  • 100% CHERRY MX Red mechanical keyswitches: Gold-contact CHERRY MX mechanical gaming keyswitches deliver the ultimate performance and competitive advantage.
  • Per-key red LED backlighting and large font keycaps: Brilliant red LED backlighting enhances the experience with dynamic and virtually unlimited lighting adjustability.
  • Compact, tenkeyless design: Great for travel, and you'll have more room for your mouse.
  • Dedicated volume and multimedia controls: Control to adjust media on-the-fly, without interrupting your game.
  • 100% Anti-ghosting with full key rollover: No matter how fast your in-game actions are, your keystrokes always register the way you intended.
  • The power of CUE: Fully programmable with CUE to assign macros to any key and create dynamic lighting effects.
  • Windows Key Lock mode: Stay focused and prevent accidental Windows and Context Menu key presses.
Availability
The CORSAIR K63 is available immediately from the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers, and distributors and is backed by a two-year warranty and the CORSAIR worldwide customer support network.

For more information, visit the product page.
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8 Comments on Corsair Announces New Tenkeyless K63 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

#1
diatribe
I think 10 key-less boards are a great size but I often type in numbers using it. For gamers they are probably great. Not so much for those working with lots of numbers.
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Kasika
Wait 6 months for the RGB version
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#3
RazrLeaf
diatribe said:
I think 10 key-less boards are a great size but I often type in numbers using it. For gamers they are probably great. Not so much for those working with lots of numbers.
That's why I sold my Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S (tenkeyless), and am going to get a Pro M. I don't know what the proper term is for the Pro M layout, but instead of taking off the number pad, it takes out the middle region of keys (arrows, page up, home, etc.). Gives you a size that's basically tenkeyless, but you keep your number pad.
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oxidized
diatribe said:
I think 10 key-less boards are a great size but I often type in numbers using it. For gamers they are probably great. Not so much for those working with lots of numbers.
:confused:
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#5
VSG
Kasika said:
Wait 6 months for the RGB version
That's basically the K65 Lux RGB or RAPIDFIRE RGB anyway, which goes on promo regularly too.

oxidized said:
:confused:
Why so? He meant that those working a lot with numbers would benefit from having a physical numpad, so this TKL model may not be the best for them.
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oxidized
VSG said:

Why so? He meant that those working a lot with numbers would benefit from having a physical numpad, so this TKL model may not be the best for them.
That's a bit obvious isn't it? TKL keyboards are made for "gamers", it's implicit they're not the best thing for someone who uses much the numpad
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VSG
oxidized said:
That's a bit obvious isn't it? TKL keyboards are made for "gamers", it's implicit they're not the best thing for someone who uses much the numpad
That's why I was confused about your confused smiley :D
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oxidized
VSG said:
That's why I was confused about your confused smiley :D
I was confused by his doubt actually ;)
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