Mechanical keyboards are far from a new technology; they are decades old and some of the first mass produced personal computers came with mechanical keyboards back in the 1980's. After a transition to lower cost keyboards during, however, many users have rediscovered the benefits of high quality mechanical switches, and today they are among the most widely promoted type of keyboard. Today we have Corsair's latest Vengeance K70 in for testing. Note that this is not the version with RGB LED backlighting, but it is the same core design; read on for our full review.
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