Corsair Raptor K50 Overview
One of the things you first notice after taking Corsair Raptor K50 out of its packaging is that it is a pretty decent size. One of the main reasons it is so large is due to the 18 extra keys on the left side for macros. The wrist rest is full length of the keyboard with a larger area where you left wrist would rest while playing games.
Starting to the left of the Corsair Raptor K50 you can see the 18 Macro keys with the profiles at the top which would allow you to change from like FPS macros to MMO macros or Office Macros. To the right of the macro profile switch buttons you have the Windows lock key to stop you from pressing the Windows Key while gaming.
The middle of the keyboard we have your standard layout. The keys have a little bit of a rubber feel to them. Up on the top right corner we have the light switch where you can adjust the brightness or turn off or on the keyboards lights. Then we have the mute button and the volume roller bar. Under that we have the media keys for your media players.
The back of the Corsair Raptor K50 we have a USB port for our flash drives or any USB devices we want to plug in. You can also see the brushed aluminum frame. We also have the USB connectors as most of the corsair keyboards have dual USB connectors due to lighting and the USB pass-through.
Now we will take a look at the Corsair Raptor K50 from the side with use of the feet and not. It’s all about how you are comfortable. I however like them up.