Product on Review: Cooler Master MK750
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
Street Price: £159.00 / $159.00
Today’s review revolves around the Cooler Master MK750 keyboard, boasting per-key RGB illumination, a minimalistic design, magnetic wrist rest, Cherry MX key switches, full N-Key rollover support, a removable braided USB Type-C cable and much more.
Alongside the lengthy list of features, Cooler Master appear to be pushing the software-less design of the keyboard, seemingly trying to appeal to LAN-party goers or those that prefer to leave their PC without any kind of “bloatware”.
Perhaps the most important feature when considering a keyboard is comfort, with appearance coming in at a close second. The MK750 is equipped with a soft, leatherette wrist rest which attaches magnetically, meaning there’s no attachment mechanism to break. The keyboard is also covered in RGB goodness, for the fans of flashy lights.
Cooler Master have priced the keyboard at £160, right in the midst of several keyboard heavyweights such as the Corsair K70, Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2 and SteelSeries Apex M750. Does it perform on a par or are we likely to see something special from Cooler Master? Read on to find out.
Cooler Master on the MK750:
The MK750 is a pro-grade mechanical gaming keyboard for the straightforward gamer. Minimalistic design with sleek profile includes a removable magnetic wrist rest for superior comfort during long gaming sessions. The RGB lightbar surrounding the keyboard offers lighting for added ambience. The MK750 is fully loaded with practical features to ensure success on the battlefield, with Cherry MX Switches for responsiveness, durability, and tactile satisfaction. Additionally, On-the-Fly controls, dedicated multimedia keys, and hybrid key rollover ensure your keyboard doesn't get in the way of your fights.