Friday, February 23, 2018
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Cooler Master MasterKeys MK750 Keyboard Review

As has been stated many times by us, 2017 has been the year of RGB. Lately, it seems as if there is not a week that goes by without a new product being announced that features RGB lighting of some form. Nearly every component of a PC build supports this latest trend, and Cooler Master has just released their latest RGB product, the MasterKeys MK750 keyboard. The MK750 features a slim profile outline to keep the full size of this keyboard in check, while an aluminum top plate ensures a solid build. With Cherry MX switches and customizable RGB lighting, the MK750 looks to be a solid offering, so lets dive in and take a closer look.

Special thanks to Cooler Master for supplying us with the MK750 review sample!

Specifications

  • Product Name: MasterKeys MK750
  • Switch Type: Cherry MX (Blue, Brown, Red)
  • Material: Plastic / Aluminum / PU Leather
  • Color: Gunmetal Black
  • LED Color: RGB, 16.7 Million Colors
  • Polling Rate: 1,000 Hz
  • Response Rate: 1ms / 1,000 Hz
  • MCU: 32-bit ARM Cortex M3
  • On-Board Memory: 512 KB
  • On-The-Fly System: Multimedia, Macro Recording, and Lighting
  • Multimedia Keys: 4 Dedicated
  • Smart Cable Manager: 180 Degree, 3-way
  • Wrist Rest: Removable Magnetic With Soft PU Leather
  • Cable: Detachable Braided USB Type-C
  • Software Support: Yes, Portal
  • Connector Cable: USB 2.0
  • Cable Length: 1.8 m
  • Dimensions: 437.5 x 132.25 x 42 mm
  • Weight: 1,003 g
  • Warranty: 2 Years

Packaging

The MasterKeys MK750 comes to us in a nice black box with a large and glossy image of the keyboard on the front. A bit of Cooler Master branding and product information is found out front, and the image of the keyboard does a good job showing off the minimalist design and lighting features.

Around back we get another view of the keyboard, along with a few breakout boxes listing a few of the key features found on the MK750. Overall, very nice packaging that would stand out well in a retail setting.

An all black box is contained within the fancy exterior packaging, and opens up to reveal the removable wristrest and a nicely protected keyboard.

 

Cooler Master chose to go with a USB Type C removable cable design on the MK750, and this cable comes bundled with a few other accessories and a standard product manual covering the on-board lighting controls and warranty information.

 

Nine additional double-shot PBT keycaps are included, along with a keypulling tool. The nine keycaps are available for the following keys: ESC, W, A, S, D, Up, Down, Left, and Right. These PBT keycaps feature slightly thicker walls and a double layer design for added quality compared to standard keycaps.

 

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