Corsair’s top of the range K95 RGB Platinum keyboard has been a staple high-end gaming peripheral in their product lineup for a couple of years now. Corsair have recently refreshed this keyboard and the brand new K95 RGB Platinum XT was born. The new version brings with it a lot of familiarity along with some extremely welcome additions and changes.
Before I delve into the keyboard’s updated features, here’s its tech specs:
Keyboard Warranty - 2 Year
Keyboard Backlighting - RGB
Keyboard Layout - NA
Macro Keys - 6
HID Keyboard Report Rate - 1000Hz
Key Switches - CHERRY® MX Speed
USB Pass-through - USB 2.0 Type-A
Matrix - 110 Keys
Keyboard Connectivity - Wired
Adjustable Height -Yes
Additional colored and textured keycaps - FPS / MOBA
Media Controls YN - Yes
Keyboard Type Size - K95
Keyboard Product Family - K95
Keyboard Rollover - Full Key (NKRO) with 100% Anti-Ghosting
Size(Full/TKL) - Extended
On-Board Memory - 8MB
Number Onboard profiles - 5
WIN Lock - Dedicated Hotkey
Media Keys - Dedicated Hotkeys, Volume Roller
Wrist Rest - Included, detachable, cushioned with soft textured leatherette cover
Keyboard CUE Software - Supported in iCUE
Keyboard Cable Type - Braided
The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT is still every ounce as premium as the previous iteration. Corsair have opted to keep a lot of the core design the same while changing only a few minor details. What we have here is a device that’s still just as great as the original K95 RGB Platinum model from a few years ago.
So what’s new you might ask? For starters Corsair have included S-Keycaps for the six macro buttons on the keyboard’s left side. These macro buttons now have built in Elgato Streamdeck integration so streamers everywhere can rejoice. If you’re a streamer, these buttons will definitely come in handy since they can be assigned to predetermined actions that are useful during broadcasting to viewers. Corsair have also made this integration as simple as possible and the video below shows you exactly how easy it is to set up. There’s no hassles here that’s for sure.
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