Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S White Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅27-02-17
Packaging & First Look

Following suit with the other Master Series products, the packaging is an almost gunmetal grey with a very clear, uncluttered layout featuring the Cooler Master logo, a large image of the product and the model name, and information about the mechanical switch type and layout.

At the back there is information about the features in various languages as well as an overview.

Inside the box we are giving an information guide containing a more detailed guide (more so than what was included with the MasterKeys Pro L RGB) as to how the Fn commands can be used. Also supplied is a detachable 1.5m USB-microUSB cable that is braided and features gold plated connectors, as well as a key-cap remover.

Rather than being packaged in a plastic bag, the MasterKeys Pro keyboards are supplied in a woven... plastic bag (nylon right?)... which is suitable for light protection from scratches and dust should you wish to use this keyboard as a portable solution.

The MasterKeys Pro S White has a minimalistic frame with a thin bezel giving it a very small footprint of just 359 x 130.8 mm, however, it does look a little blocky still due to its height of 39mm, though it is 2mm lower than the MasterKeys Pro L. The backplate is metal with a reflective white layer on top which serves as a light dissipator (sounds like the name of a god?) for both RGB and White LEDs.

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