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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:40pm 05/09/17 | 4 Comments
Featuring industry-recognised Cherry-MX switches, that also come in various flavours (not that you'd see them without removing a key), the Masterkeys Pro L RGB mechanical keyboard from Cooler Master is one impressive package. With a solid build and elegant look, the additional RGB lighting pushes it into the realm of 'gotta get me one of these'.

Or better yet, if you want to add some class and a little colour onto your desk.


At a glance, the Masterkeys Pro L is both elegant and quite subtle in its design, with the focus placed almost entirely on functionality over form. That is of course until you connect it via the high-quality, but somewhat short USB cable. Once that’s taken care of and the easy to use Cooler Master software is installed, the individual RGB key lighting fires up offering you a range of customisation options. Which range from subtle white light across the entire keyboard, or better yet the ability to create a profile that lights up a range of individual keys with the glowing colour of your choosing. Things get a silly from there, but we’d be lying if we didn’t say we had fun playing a version of Snake directly on the keyboard using the RGB lights. Or listen to some quality house music with the keyboard acting as a visualisation for the EQ.


Click Here to Read Our Full Masterkeys Pro L RGB Review



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BladeRunner
Posted 06:45pm 05/9/17
Paid review? or just something you guys decided would be cool to do?

Does it come with a wrist rest?
KostaAndreadis
Posted 06:52pm 05/9/17
Hey Blade.... AusGamers reviews aren't paid for. It's just a surprisingly great mechanical keyboard. Surprising in that I had no expectations before unpacking it. Plus, we're gonna have a lot more hardware reviews up including other keyboards.

Also, no wrist rest.
BladeRunner
Posted 09:04pm 05/9/17
Fair enough. I like my wrist rest that came with my Corsair Lux70 RGB.

I just wish we could have some sort of better mechanical switches in mice. I use logitech ones and after a couple of years of heavy use, they start to double click. I was thinking why don't they make a tiny silent cherry switches for mice.
Morax
Posted 09:20pm 05/9/17
I just wish we could have some sort of better mechanical switches in mice. I use logitech ones and after a couple of years of heavy use, they start to double click. I was thinking why don't they make a tiny silent cherry switches for mice.

Yes please.
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