Corsair K100
Maximum PC|December 2020
Reimagining a champion
ZAK STOREY

CORSAIR’S ONE of the few brands out there that really catapulted the mechanical keyboard into the mainstream world of PC gaming. With the launch of its original K70 Vengeance back in 2013, with Cherry MX switches, it was a revolutionary moment.

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