Corsair Vengeance K60/M60 and K90/M90 Input Devices - HotHardware

Corsair Vengeance K60/M60 and K90/M90 Input Devices

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Dedication. Diligence. Sacrifice. These are the words that describe us here at Hot Hardware, because when we set out to review these Corsair Vengeance gaming keyboards and mice, we sent the family off to bed night after and night and worked deep into the early morning hours. We spent many--many--hours testing, testing, and testing some more, all for you, dear readers.

Granted, the primary testing method was gaming, but that counts as work in this industry.


Corsair Vengeance K60

We’re also typing this review with the keyboards (in turn), and after spending some quality time with the Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard/M60 mouse and K90 keyboard/K90 mouse combos, we’re fans of all four devices.


Corsair Vengeance M60

Corsair is relatively new to the gaming peripherals market, and the company undoubtedly took its time refining these products before stepping up to compete. The mechanical keyboards are designed to enhance gamers’ performance, with the K60 tailored for First-Person Shooters and the K90 for RTS and MMO gaming, and they’re built to withstand years of abuse, resist crud buildup under the keys, and look good too.


Corsair Vengeance K90


The M60 and M90 mice are designed to complement the K60 and K90 keyboards, respectively. Although the mice have quite a bit in common, they have a few features that set them apart from one another and make them a bit more suited to one type of gaming over another. We’ll dig into those items shortly.


Corsair Vengeance M90

We admit, it’s a bit difficult to write about keyboards and mice, because so much of the experience is subjective. People have differently-sized hands, shorter or longer fingers, different typing styles, different gaming styles, preferred feature sets, and last but not least, differences in taste of course. With that in mind, we’ll do our best to give you the whole story as well as our experience and let you ascertain how the K60/M60 or K90/M90 may suit you.

First, we’ll have a look at the K60 keyboard.

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Hmm I don't know I like my Logitech (Dell copy) http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CI0BEBYwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.newegg.com%2FProduct%2FProduct.aspx%3FItem%3DN82E16823126219&ei=Y-ezT5D-KOiU2AWKrp3pCA&usg=AFQjCNEcnneKJ885nqY7VuYVwElk4Wpl-A&sig2=2zQlnbgr7rGmYqPjrQMCvg keyboard especially when gaming but I am weird and I generally sit indian style in my office chair with it in my lap so I don't need the wrist support. I do need a new office chair though!

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I like it its quite stylish really and looks pretty ergonomic. Also looks amazing for gaming. Imgoing to go read the review as im the market for a good gaming keyboard

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i could use a new gaming keyboard thanks for the review.

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I just wish someone would come up with a left handed setup. I am right handed but for reasons i don't know when I started playing using the mouse with my left hand. I have been playing since Delta Force came out and cannot remember when or why I changed hands. I use a SteelSeries keyboard (which is very long)and I have to slide the keyboard under the slide out on my desk.

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