Mechanical gaming keyboards are the way to go if you’re looking for a superior typing or gaming experience, and size doesn’t always matter. Corsair’s K65 RGB Mini is a 60 percent mechanical keyboard— meaning it trims off some of the keys and focuses on offering a smaller footprint compared to a full-size keyboard with a dedicated function-key row and number pad. It straddles the line between form and function, but it packs in quite a few features for its price tag ($110 on Amazon [go. pcworld.com/k65m]).
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