Corsair K30 Red LED Gaming Keyboard with New Logo
Corsair Gaming K30 Keyboard, Red Back-Lit Keys, Wired, USB 2.0, 1000Hz Report, Anti-Ghosting, 6 Dedicated Macro Keys
The Corsair Gaming K30 provides adjustable backlighting plus gaming essentials such as programmable G-keys and game optimized anti-ghosting for a great gaming experience. The red LED backlighting can be adjusted to 3 different brightness levels to make finding the right keys in dimly lit rooms easy. Six programmable G-keys with three banks give you single keystroke access to up to 18 of your favorite your favorite presets and key combos. And game optimized anti-ghosting ensures that every key you touch translates into the game. Features • Adjustable LED Backlighting: Backlighting offers adjustable brightness, looks great with other gaming gear and makes it easy to find the exactly keys you're looking - even in dimly lit rooms.
• Six Programmable G-Keys: Six dedicated keys with three banks for easy, single keystroke access to up to 18 of your favorite presets and key combos.
• Game Optimized Anti-Ghosting: Ensures that every key you touch translates into the game.
• Onboard profile storage: Stores settings and profiles in keyboard memory for direct hardware playback.
• Dedicated multimedia controls: Play, stop, pause, skip tracks and adjust volume directly from the keyboard.
|Language||English (UK) Language|
|Macro Keys||6 Dedicated|
|Keyboard Backlighting Functions||Adjustable Brightness|
|LED Lighting Colour||Red|
|Win Lock Key||Yes|
|Dimensions||467 x 35 x 180 mm (WxHxD)|
|Compatible Operating Systems||
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
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Date Issued: 2nd Jan 2015
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