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Old 28-02-19, 02:28 PM
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Cooler Master MK850 AIMPAD Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review



The latest flagship keyboard from Cooler Master is their MK850. Sporting RGB, twin scroll wheels and analogue keys, it ticks all the boxes. We take it for a spin.


Cooler Master MK850 AIMPAD Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

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2007 called, they want their Logitech G15-looking keyboard back.

It's HIDEOUS.
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Yeah I agree with above comment... It seems that many manufacturers today are designing their product to be too much "gamerish", which makes them look immature and childish in my opinion. Sleek and clean designs, such as Corsair keyboards, are the way to go.
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I like the look of it just not the price point
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