Testers praised the Corsair K68 RGB, recommending it for gaming, programming, and the office. Tech Radar reviewers lauded its 2° to 7° adjustable incline settings and removable wrist rest. Explore our Ducky Mecha Mini V2 review if you don’t require a wrist rest. PC Gamer reviewers lauded its dedicated media keys and confirmed that all keys are macro programmable. Testers praised its full-size construction. However, if you prefer a compact 60% unit, check out the Corsair K65 RGB MINI review.
With individually RGB backlit keys, the keyboard impressed during testing. The Cherry MX Blue switches required a heavy 68 gf operating force and 2.0 mm pre-travel distance during tests. However, the switches are loud, although the keyboard is also available with quiet Cherry MX Red mechanical switches. See the Corsair K55 RGB PRO review for dedicated macro keys. It also has an average 6.8 ms wired latency. Contrary to the manufacturer’s claims, tests revealed that it has no onboard memory. The Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 review offers onboard memory, however.