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Corsair unveil the K95, the M65, the M95, the Obsidian 900D and more...

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Me personally would not spend $650 on the TJ11 case Just for the fact that CaseLabs makes alot bigger and badder case for the same Price range and caselabs cases are alot more customizable . Don't get me wrong I love the TJ11 just not at $650 compared to other cases in that price range. By the way the 900D looks like a great case for the price of $350 very slick and alot of head room hands down the 900D is way better then the Coolermaster Cosmos II case in the same price rangs :) GO CORSAIR GO


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Would a 400x200 radiator fit natively inside?


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it is pretty fucking gorgeous


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Is the K95 fully mechanical as some of the keys on the K90 where membrane, like the macro keys and such.


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If they redid the k60 with MX blues or browns, possibly added LEDs, proper media controls and a reasonable price tag I'd be totally buy it. Or at least release the current one with blues or browns, I need that keyboard!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Is the K95 fully mechanical as some of the keys on the K90 where membrane, like the macro keys and such.
As I said in the OP, "we finally have a fully mechanical keyboard from Corsair". No domes attached.
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Posted · Original PosterOP
If they redid the k60 with MX blues or browns, possibly added LEDs, proper media controls and a reasonable price tag I'd be totally buy it. Or at least release the current one with blues or browns, I need that keyboard!
I really want a TKL or CM-Storm-TK-layout version that retains the volume scroller and media keys. This is almost too beautiful to pass up though. It all depends on it's price in the UK.
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I would have jumped on that K95 if they offered it in different key switches, dont understand why only RED is availeble... :/

og, and the 900D is actually getting me consider that one, just not sure if I want a case that big, but dang its beautiful! (well done George!)

Heartily agreed. I was very excited about it until I got to "MX Red". I'd love a Blue version.
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Just to post on what a couple of people have touched on already:

I was very impressed with the K95, until I got to the bit about Red switches. I'd like to see Blues, or at least Browns. I'm not really fussed about the macro keys either, so if Corsair decides to unveil a Blue backlit (That's backlit white, with MX Blues) version of the K60 (in either black or silver, I like both) I'll buy it in a second. There isn't another keyboard out there with dedicated media keys, save for the G710+, though again, I'd like Blues.

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I'm don't want to be the only negative person, but I will.

Case labs makes the merlin sm8, for around the same price you get a much more modular enthusiast grade case. Removable motherboard tray, changeable/removable radiator mounts, and the case completely shapes to fit your needs. I think this case is beautiful, but it is not in any way shape or form worth the price. I'm a firm supporter of corsair product, but this blows my mind.


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I can't edit my post to change I'm to I...but I read some more of the post and people are all chanting about the caselabs...

food for thought....


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Me personally would not spend $650 on the TJ11 case Just for the fact that CaseLabs makes alot bigger and badder case for the same Price range and caselabs cases are alot more customizable . Don't get me wrong I love the TJ11 just not at $650 compared to other cases in that price range. By the way the 900D looks like a great case for the price of $350 very slick and alot of head room hands down the 900D is way better then the Coolermaster Cosmos II case in the same price rangs :) GO CORSAIR GO
agree with this guy about caselabs...

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I'm personally looking forward to seeing the pics of it fully loaded with rads that George mentioned in the video. That case is just beastly and makes me completely rethink a design I had in mind, especially at that price point (which I think is very good).

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Look at that Beauty!

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No words well maybe one: AWESOME!

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900D is huge! No way I can have that on my desk...I think it would hang off the front, lol. Can't wait to see a closer look from Linus!


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This year's stuff looks amazing! Can't wait to get my hands on as much of it as I can afford! Do you know what switches the K95 keys use? I would assume Cherry MX Red just like both of the other keyboards.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
This year's stuff looks amazing! Can't wait to get my hands on as much of it as I can afford! Do you know what switches the K95 keys use? I would assume Cherry MX Red just like both of the other keyboards.
Yep, nothing but reds.
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Finally fully mechanical!

Sorry off topic.

Wonder how our marketing phrases turning into this "No matter how you like to commit murder, Corsair have you covered!" (no offense)

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The keyboard has red switches :( ahhh if they had blue switches i would insta buy it right now

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