Corsair K55 RGB Backlit USB PC Gaming Keyboard - Factory Refurb
Corsair Gaming K55 RGB Keyboard, RGB Back-Lit Keys, Wired, USB 2.0, Anti-Ghosting, 8 Key Rollover, 6 Macro Keys, Refurb.
• 6 Programmable Macro Keys: Assign single keystrokes or complex multi-key combos to any of the 6 dedicated macro keys, on-the-fly, without any additional software required to be installed.
• Dedicated Volume and Multimedia Controls: Adjust your audio without interrupting your game with direct access to volume and media playback.
• Quiet and Responsive Keys: Minimum noise and satisfying feel without sacrificing performance.
• Multi-key Anti-Ghosting: Your commands and simultaneous keystrokes register the way you intended.
• Detachable Soft Rubber Wrist Rest: Additional comfort to support your gameplay during marathon gaming sessions.
• Windows Key Lock Mode: Stay focused on the game and avoid distraction by disabling the Windows key while you’re in action.
• Keyboard Tilt Adjustment: Collapsible feet at the bottom of the keyboard allow an optimal gaming experience to minimize fatigue.
|Keyboard Model||K55 RGB|
|Form Factor||Full Size + 6 Macro Keys|
|Key Rollover||8 Key Rollover|
|Macro Keys||6 Dedicated|
|Macro Recording Method||
|Win Lock Key||Yes|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB (16.8M Colours)|
|Keyboard Backlighting Functions||3 Zone RGB|
|On-board Memory Size|
|Other Keyboard Features|
|Language||English (UK) Language|
|Cable Material||Tangle Free Rubber|
|Compatible Operating Systems||Windows|
|Dimensions||480.2 x 34.6 x 166.3 mm (WxHxD)|
|Mouse Specifications (If Included)|
|Number of Buttons|
|Scroll Wheel Tilt Function||No|
|Mouse Battery Type|
|Other Accessories (If Included)|
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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Date Issued: 2nd Jan 2015
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