The Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless is a very compact gadget, as its name indicates. It isn’t easy to think of a desk where this gadget wouldn’t fit, given that it is less than 5 inches broad and less than 12 inches across. You may place the keyboard almost anywhere as it is wireless thanks to a USB dongle and Bluetooth; it doesn’t need to be close to your computer. The device is a suitable alternative for PlayStation and Xbox consoles because of its USB wireless connectivity.
At the very least, the K70 Pro Mini Wireless is in fair condition. The stunning RGB lighting shines through with high-profile keycaps and enough space between white switches and the black chassis. The keyboard may be propped up on two extendable feet or left flat. The rear has a power button and a USB-C charging port. Corsair generally creates gorgeous keyboards, and the K70 Pro Mini Wireless is no exception.
The Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless: Keys
The fact that most Corsair keyboards feature genuine Cherry MX switches rather than cheap imitations separates them from the competition. For example, the Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless is available with either Cherry MX Red or Cherry MX Speed switches, and both are suitable. MX Speed switches were used in our review model, with shorter actuation lengths and key travel. However, the Red and Speed switches are linear, pleasant, and silent.
The only significant disadvantage is that a 60% design eliminates keys that gamers and typists may take for granted. At first, glance, having access to the letter and number keys may appear enough for gaming and productivity. However, function keys are significant in massively multiplayer online (MMO) games, but arrow keys are still necessary for document navigation. The Delete key may be used to browse the web and type messages for in-game chat. You can ultimately learn to use the shortcuts, but it never seems natural.
Performance of the Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless
While the Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless isn’t ideal for most productivity activities, its compact size is ideal for specific gaming genres. While the Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless isn’t ideal for most productivity activities, its compact size is ideal for specific gaming genres.
Whether the K70 Pro Mini Wireless is better or worse than a full-size keyboard is determined by whether you focus on a few keys during games or spread out functions throughout the 104-key spread. I missed the most function, arrow, and separate media keys, although no genre was unplayable.
The Corsair K70 Pro Compact Wireless, like other high-end mini mechanical keyboards, has me conflicted. The device excels at what it does, with high-end key switches and various customization options. However, it’s also a difficult sell for most gamers and typists. The 60% design might seem to confine by nature, and the keyboard’s high price does not make it more approachable.
If you’re not sold on the 60% layout, I’d recommend the wired Corsair K65 RGB Mini, which allows you to experiment with the format at a considerably lesser cost.