I’ve done some pretty awesome builds for friends over the past year and most of them do not even think about a keyboard and a mouse. For most people a keyboard, mouse, and even a headset is a complete afterthought. If you are a gamer and want gaming-specific PC accessories prepared to shell out some serious cash. Each of these products can easily cost over $100, which if you do the math can easily add an extra $300 to the overall cost of your build. Well Cooler Master has your back and this month they have released a keyboard / combo and a gaming headset which shouldn’t break the bank. In this review we will be checking out the keyboard / mouse combo, which is the MasterKeys MS120 and features a pretty nice 104-key keyboard with mem-chanical switches and RGB backlighting, and a claw-grip style mouse with a PixArt optical sensor. You get all of this for $89.99, let’s jump in!
The MasterSet MS120 comes in a nice retail box. On the front there is a picture of both the keyboard and mouse and it lets us know this is indeed a RGB keyboard, and has Cooler Master’s own mem-chanical key switches.
On the back of the box there is an overview of all the layers of the keyboard and there is a list of features in a few different languages.
Opening the box up and getting everything out you have the keyboard, mouse, and a small user’s guide.