bit-tech.net

Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S White LED Review

Comments 1 to 7 of 7

Reply
David 28th February 2017, 16:14 Quote
Looks pretty much identical to my Coolermaster Quickfire Rapid-i, which is a TKL with a white backlight. However, in my case, it's sporting MX Browns.
Mr_Mistoffelees 28th February 2017, 16:17 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dave Alcock
White LEDs are very simplistic.

Are they more simplistic than other single colour LEDs?
davido_labido 28th February 2017, 16:33 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr_Mistoffelees
Are they more simplistic than other single colour LEDs?

haha, yes, that doesn't read quite right! Ofc I meant a simplistic look, pure white just looks cleaner than any other colour and with RGB generally not being able to make white properly, it is nice to see they have released this.

Roll on RGBw keyboards though!
jrs77 28th February 2017, 20:59 Quote
I'm looking more and more into the option of a Poker/Vortex/KBT 60% keyboard, but these are very hard to get, espcially with german ISO layout.
WASD is now selling a 60% verison, but it's a whopping $140 excl taxes and shipping.

It's a shame really that most of the really good keyboards aren't readily available in german online shops.

Anyways... white is imho still the best background-lighting for a keyboard. It's neutral and when you reduce the brightness to some 25% it's basically as if you're looking at white print allthough it's dark in the room.
My Func KB460 has red backlighting and I've right away disabled it as I don't need any backlighting. I never use my PC in the dark.
Wwhat 2nd March 2017, 23:53 Quote
It's odd to me how 90%-95% of mechanical keyboards avoid extra keys, and the few that do have them have those keys come as rubber dome ones.
It's almost as if there is one central supplier of keyboard PCB's and a 100 manufacturers just slam their name on the outside.
David 3rd March 2017, 08:01 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wwhat
It's odd to me how 90%-95% of mechanical keyboards avoid extra keys, and the few that do have them have those keys come as rubber dome ones.
It's almost as if there is one central supplier of keyboard PCB's and a 100 manufacturers just slam their name on the outside.

LOL, wut?

Have you owned many mech boards or just heard about them?
Log in

You are not logged in, please login with your forum account below. If you don't already have an account please register to start contributing.



Discuss in the forums