Corsair’s snack-proof gaming keyboard, the Ok68, used to be lovely nice when it introduced remaining 12 months, demonstrating a outstanding resistance to soda and snacks. But it had one deadly flaw (ok, two, if you happen to rely pouring a whole bottle of Mountain Dew on it for science) — it handiest got here with uninteresting pink LED lighting.
Fortunately, Corsair has a brand new variant of the Ok68, the Ok68 RGB, which provides the entire spectrum of colours on your keys. Like Corsair’s different LED-equipped equipment, the Ok68 RGB is customizable during the corporate’s Cue device, permitting you to completely set your colours to check the remainder of your gaming rig’s lighting fixtures.
The Ok68 RGB is in a different way similar to the unique Ok68, with the similar IP32 score that are meant to give protection to towards delicate spills and dirt. It’s no longer the most productive water and dirt resistance we’ve observed on a gaming keyboard — that honor is going to Razer’s IP54-rated BlackWidow, which will have to in idea grasp up somewhat higher to liquid and dirt ingress than the Ok68, however it additionally handiest is available in a unmarried colour of inexperienced LEDs, in contrast to the chromatic choices of the Ok68 RGB.
The Ok68 RGB prices $119.99, or $20 greater than the single-colored Ok68. Unlike the Ok68, which handiest presented Cherry MX Red switches, the RGB fashion gives a call between Cherry MX Red or the clicker MX Blue choices.