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Corsair Vengeance K70 CH-9000067-NA Black Wired Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Brown Switch

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Product Reviews

Corsair Vengeance K70 CH-9000067-NA Black Wired Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Brown Switch
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Rating: 9.09/10
With 11 User Reviews
Golem@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/15/15
Cons: Kinda pricey

Pros: Quality built, Cherry Browns
Comment:
So I bought this to replace a K95 that I gave to my wife. She loves the Cherry Reds on that K/B and I found the browns on the k70 much more to my liking. Other than that nothing much more to say about this except for I hope that the LED issues that have plagued this line don't crop up into the red leds that are on this slate.
Geoffrey Cong_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/03/15
Cons: expensive

Pros: great feel, durable material, best key layout (IMO), takes up little space, comfortable, no additional drivers required
Comment:
Best keyboard I've ever owned. I've had another mechanical keyboard by Steelseries before but this is at a whole another level. Just typing is fun. I'm just a part time gamer but it works well for it. No LED issues. Easy to change out the keys for the gaming ones included. Price match for better deal.
Kidbest100@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/27/14
Cons: Only red backlightingKeys being raised lowered my typing accuracy and speed a bit

Pros: Awesome feeling with the MX BrownsHefty, feels very rigid and well builtVolume wheel is usefulDoesn't shuffle around much at allEasy to customize the LED beacklightingVery easy to clean
Comment:
This keyboard seems like a fantastic piece of work.It's got a very rigid strong feeling to it, and this helps alot in the fact that it doesn't shuffle around my desk when I'm gaming.The raised keys are a bit of a nuisance, but I can see why they designed it that way. It does take some getting used to, and after about a month I'm just now getting used to it. IT will be awhile still before I get my speed back up to where it once was.What can I say? It's a decent, well built mechanical keyboard. I would recommend it to most people, granted they like the brown switches.8/10.
Steve_W@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/20/14
Cons: none

Pros: - metal brushed style- K70 keyboard style gives a premium feel while other brands are made of plastic- brown switch is a well balanced key switch for both gaming and typing- has media buttons- customize which key lighting should be on or off
Comment:
If you are reading this page, you could be wondering which key switch of mechanical keyboard you would like to choose. K70 brown switch is a balanced key switch. If you are wondering which key switches to pick. Here is a tip on 3 major switches: Red - heavily focused on gaming, typing is fine but may easily get typo. pressing keys are super smooth, fast and easy.Blue - heavily focused on typing
Nevermoar@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/16/14
Cons: None

Pros: I can't put it into words...
Comment:
I can't put it into words, really. My first mechanical keyboard, and now I have a hard time typing on crappy old membrane boards. I was a nonbeliever but now I know...there's just no comparison.
Carbon Rod@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/12/14
Cons: Key presses are on the loud side even without the audible feedback of Cherry MX blue switches for instance. I would not want to type at length on this keyboard.

Pros: Hefty feel to it. Very subtle, yet completely functional design. Brown switches provide just the feedback I was looking for.
Comment:
I wanted to give a mechanical keyboard a try and decided to give the K70 a whirl.I love the basic design... just a hefty piece of sheet aluminum stamped into shape and then punched for the key switches. This makes cleaning it a breeze. Just tip it to the side and let all of the dust and loose stuff that falls in between the keys slide off the edge of the keyboard. Heck, it even makes cleaning up after a tragic beer spill much easier (yes, I've had first hand experience).As I stated in the cons, the keys are a bit loud when they bottom out. They lack the cushioning of any sort of rubber O-rings so key presses are very much more audible than on other keyboards I've used.The tactile replacement keys that it comes with are great for gamers who use the WASD and number keys. I know I found that a useful feature more than once while in the middle of a heated PvP match.Love the added USB pass-through port!All in all, it's a great keyboard with a great set of features. Just enough keys, just enough added features, no flashy stuff.
kwangho_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/08/14
Cons: NONE

Pros: nice looking, nice feeling and build quality
Comment:
So far, the best mechanical keyboard I have ever encountered. wow! plain amazing. keep it up corsair! and I would love to recommend this product to my friends for sure. Thanks!!
Sohaib_N@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/12/14
Cons: -Price-LED's will die, I have the brown keys with blue backlight and 8 LED's so far have died

Pros: -Build Quality -Wrist Rest size and Feel-Media Keys including volume wheel-Heavy (Makes it feel like a tank, NO Flex whatsoever)
Comment:
Overall excellent keyboard with the the only infractions being the poorly lasting Blue LED's and the price. Other than that this keyboard is the best keyboard I have ever owned!
Robert_V4@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/27/14
Cons: The LEDs behind about a third of the keys burned out/stopped working.

Pros: Great Key Response. Keyboard looks great and is solid in construction
Comment:
The backlit LEDs were really cool, and it was a huge disappointment when they started to go dim. After about 2 months a couple were out, and now after 10 months nearly a third have gone dim. Fortunately, the actual functional aspects of the keyboard are so good that I have just turned the rest of the LEDs off and pretend that that is the way its supposed to be.So don't buy it if your priority is backlighting... you will be disappointed. Otherwise, very good.
Marius_Z@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/11/14
Cons: small issue with passthrough port and photoshop

Pros: looks great, sound great, easy to keep clean
Comment:
Cross-posting from Corsair K70 Silver Brown MX which I bought (identical except for the tray colour), no longer available. I have had this keyboard for over 3 months now.This is my first mechanical keyboard, and like many people who get one, I can't get enough typing on it, it sounds and feels so great. One of the surprises was that the key travel distance and force required is a bit more than I was expecting, but so far it is not getting in the way of anything. I find the brown switches quite nice, they are clicky and tactile, but not terribly loud.The keyboard does not have a traditional "tray" per se, rather there is a flat solid surface that runs all the way under the keys and is not surrounded by raised trimming, making it very easy to keep clean of breadcrumbs and the like. For more intensive maintenance, it comes with a keycap remover tool, and the tray is screwed to the body; I assume it can be removed as well.It also has a steel plate running all the way through, and has a very satisfying amount of weight and heft to it. Everything feels very solid. The cable has the standard Corsair armor around it, looks very professional and durable. I say "standard", because I also have Corsair headphones, which have the same.The keycap underlighting is blue (on silver version, red lighting on the black version), and has 3 levels of illumination, or you can turn it off. There is also a handy button to disable the Windows keys without digging through dialog boxes or settings.One layout difference that takes some getting used to is the top row of keys (F-keys) is very close to the rest of the keys, compared to most keyboards. You may find yourself hitting F11-12 by accident when reaching for the backspace. The size and positioning of my hands also causes me to hit my thumbs on the spacebar right on the inside edge, I just flipped it around for comfort.I did have one issue with the keyboard, and that is with the passthrough USB port. I plugged my scanner to the passthrough port, and suddenly my mouse started lagging and jumping around like my computer was under extremely heavy load. Reboots did nothing. Editing images in Photoshop was basically impossible. I moved the scanner to its own USB port on the computer, and everything went back to normal. I don't know if it was some interaction between the keyboard and scanner, or if my computer freaked out (running Windows 7), I thought a pass-through port would be, you know, pass-through and transparent, like a USB extension cable. The solution to this problem is to delete  some registry values (Google "guide to deleting upperfilters and lowerfilters").Other than that minor problem, this was a great pick up for me, and I will probably be sticking with mechanical keyboards from now on, now that they are quite popular and the selection is so extensive.
Jeston_A@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/23/14
Cons: Colour "WASD" keys uncomfortable

Pros: Small, functional, clean design.
Comment:
Having owned several mechanical keyboards of various switches, I can safely say the Corsair k70 browns is an excellent choice for typists and gamers alike.I won't be reviewing the switches, as they are entirely preferential - I will say, however, that their continued use of the German made Cherry switches over the chinese clones is very commendable.***Size/feel:The Corsair K70 (brown) is a very small keyboard in overall dimensions. The layout itself is full sized and full keyed, but has the same footprint as an 10-keyless due to a very minimalistic housing that ends on either side of the board at the keys. IE: the frame itself is JUST wide enough for the keys to rest on and no overhang.This free's up some previous desk space, especially for us apartment dwellers, while still having nice even spaces between keys. The included wrist guard can be attached or left off - but this is one of the few keyboards where the wrist guard actually helps rather than gets in the way (you know exactly what I'm talking about). This is a huge plus. It is also made of rubber.----Materials:The frame, as I have mentioned earlier, is made of brushed aluminum and is either painted or anodized black. It has a nice texture to it and is especially noticed on the "volume nob" as it is also textured aluminum. My overall impressions is "this keyboard is worth my money" when you consider the premium materials used. The black keys aren't black at all, they are cheap white plastic painted black. This may not be a problem at first - but I suspect they will fade in time as I've seen with cheaper keyboards. Solid black plastic would have been nice; especially for the price.The included red keycaps are textured and contoured. Red keys 1-6 are perfect. They have an excellent feel and premium look, with keys 1 and 6 leaning left and right respectively so your finger(s) do not slip reaching them. The red "WASD" keys are completely unwieldly for hands larger than a childs or very small person such as an Asian. This is due to the keys having and extreme contour on the outer edge.This leaves, quite literally, Only half the normal real estate for your fingers as the curve is too intense and you often hit a "corner". As mentioned above, 1-6 red keys are fine as the curve is directed for better finger contact, but the red "WASD" keys are curved so you don't LOSE finger contact.I completely see the reason for doing this, but I strongly feel the textured grip might have been enough by itself. If you have small-medium small hands then you will probably enjoy these keys.Either way, these are *extra* keys, so you still have the standard black keys to use which feel great.For the cable, it is braided, which is to be expected. What is a surprise and is very welcomed is that the cable is nearly twice as thick as a standard cable and a bit firm. If you have cats this may very well be it's end boss. From what I can see, this cable is hard to tangle. Very, very welcomed.---Features:It's a basic keyboard, but some of these "basic" features are lacking on similar, or even more expensive keyboards.The dedicated media keys are clean, and tucked just above the numpad. Above that in the top-right corner is the aluminum volume nob.There is also a dedicated USB pass-through, which is great for a mic or other table top USB accessory.In addition there is a polling switch, with select ions of 1,4,8 MS respectively. It is 100% completely useless however, as there is no reason to ever use less then 1ms. What isn't (completely) useless, is the 4th switch: BIOS. This sets the keyboard to a basic legacy keyboard so your bios can detect it - however since this is a driverless keyboard you may be unlikely to need this, but still a nice thought.The keys light up red, with either all-on or just WASD + 1-6. You can also select  the brightness level. Each key has it's own LED under it, so the keys are lit evenly. No complaints here.---Conclusion/final thoughts:The Corsair k70 brown switch may not be a new board, aside from the black coat of paint on it, but it is a welcome addition that is both functional and pleasing to look at.Some material choices are great, some, such as the painted caps, are questionable. All-in-all though, the positives outweigh the negatives.This keyboard has had a lot of thought put into it and it shows.I recommend this keyboard to anyone looking for typing heaven - Or just as an eye-catcher on your desk.5/5
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
BrandCorsair
NameVengeance K70
ModelCH-9000067-NA
Keyboard Connection Type
Keyboard InterfaceUSB
Keyboard SPEC
Design StyleGaming
Palm RestYes
Function Keys6
Mechanical KeyboardYes
Key Switch TypeBrown Cherry MX
Keyboard ColorBlack
Dimensions17.24" x 6.54"
Type
TypeWired
Mouse Included
Mouse IncludedNo
Features
FeaturesCherry MX Brown Mechanical Switches - Fast and precise response with light tactile feedback for comfortable typing.

Key-by-Key Customizable Backlighting - Deep red LEDs with adjustable brightness and per key programmability to light up just the keys you need. Save the combination for your favorite game directly to the keyboard.

Contoured, Textured WASD Keycaps - Keep your eyes on the action with easy to locate FPS keys

Anodized Black Brushed Aluminum Chassis - Professional-Grade look and feel plus the rugged durability needed for hours of gaming

Full Key Matrix Anti-Ghosting with Full N Key Roll-over on USB - Every keystroke translates into accurate gameplay-even when multiple keys are pressed.

Detachable full length wrist rest - Soft touch design that's comfortable for hours of play and easy to remove if it gets in your way.
Packaging
Package ContentsCorsair Vengeance K70 mechanical gaming keyboard
Contoured WASD & 1-6 keycaps
Detachable full length wrist rest
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