Back in May, Cooler Master introduced the MasterKeys MK750 keyboard during Computex 2017. Mere hours ago, the Taiwanese company announced that the keyboard is available for purchase.
The MasterKeys MK750 is a mechanical gaming keyboard that comes with a wide number of advanced features – full RGB backlighting, illuminating light bar, four dedicated media keys, removable wrist rest, removable cable, Cherry MX mechanical switches, to name a few.
According to Bram Rongen, Peripheral Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Cooler Master has raised the bar with the launch of MK750 as the latter possesses more features than needed for competitive gaming.
Aesthetic-wise, the keyboard has an aluminum body and boasts about a minimalistic design. The Cherry MX Switches ensure accuracy, responsiveness, durability, as well as satisfactory tactile feedback. The keyboard has its own 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 processor as well as 512 KB onboard memory. As a result, users do not have to download and install any software. The RGB lighting and macro recordings can be performed on-the-fly, there is no need to exit the game. MasterKeys MK750 durability is aided by the nine purple doubleshot PBT gaming keycaps.
The wrist rest is covered with a soft PU leather, the memory foam ensures optimal comfort during long gaming sessions. The wrist rest itself can be attached to the keyboard via magnets.
Other than that, the MK750 is a standard 104-key ANSI. The secondary functions are accessible via combo keys.
The MasterKeys MK750 keyboard is now available at certain Cooler Master authorized resellers. It will be released on Amazon on December 20th at a retail price of $149.99.