Corsair K68 Spill-Proof Gaming Keyboard

Feb 7, 2018

Category: Tech

With all the advancements we’ve made in regards to technology, liquid is still a killer of so much electronic gear. And that’s especially concerning for hardcore gamers looking to stay refreshed in the middle of a match. Well PC gamers can worry a little less, now that Corsair has released their K68 spill-proof gaming keyboard.

Boasting all gold contact CHERRY MX mechanical key switches and 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover (meaning every single keystroke is registered no matter how quickly you punch the keys), this is a superb gaming peripheral through and through. In fact, it’s even fully-programmable with the brands CUE (Corsair Utility Engine) macro system. The best part, however, is that this keyboard is IP32 rated – meaning it can survive through accidental spills and isn’t affected by dust, giving it a major boost in durability. So whether you need to stay hydrated between intense Fortnite rounds or like relaxing with a beer while you game, this $92 keyboard is the one for you.

Purchase: $92

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