Cooler Master Masterkeys Lite L Review



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Introduction


Cooler Master Masterkeys Lite L Review

Competition in the gaming market is fierce, with seemingly every brand pushing their own gaming peripherals for every budget imaginable. Mechanical keyboards are now packing all kinds of crazy features, and with RGB being the main focus for 2016, the price of premium keyboards is pushing into the realms of crazy for many consumers, with prices often hitting around £150 for a gaming model. Cooler Master are fighting back against this with their latest premium gaming bundle, which still clocks in at around £120, but comes with a well equipped RGB keyboard, as well as a high-performance gaming mouse in one tidy package.

The Masterkeys Lite L uses mem-chanial switches, a hybrid of membrane and plunger switches to give you that slick mech feel, without costing the Earth, and with other benefits like long switch life, super quiet performance, MX compatible keycaps, and more.

Masterkeys Lite L Keyboard Features

  • Mem-chanical switches
  • RGB lighting and effects
  • Media hotkeys
  • 24-keys anti-ghosting
  • Water splash resistant design
  • On-the-fly control for repeat rate and lighting modes
  • Cherry Mx compatible keycaps

The new mouse isn’t exactly lacking in features either, with a high-performance optical sensor, adjustable DPI, RGB lighting, Omron switches and a 6 button design.

Masterkeys Lite L Mouse Features

  • Precision Avago Optical Sensor
  • Four pre-set DPI controls (500/1000/2000/3500)
  • RGB illumination
  • Six responsive buttons
  • Omron switches

The packaging is very nicely designed, with two great images of the products on the front, showing off the lovely RGB lighting.

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Around the back, a quick rundown of the features in multiple languages, as well as a breakdown of the keyboard construction, showing the plunger switch design and key caps.

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In the box, you’ll find both peripherals, as well as a simple user guide.

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One Response to “Cooler Master Masterkeys Lite L Review”
  1. Kent says:

    I purchased this keyboard for RM250 (around $57) in Malaysia. After using it for about 5 months, I can assure you that it’s not the best keyboard around but it is definitely the MOST practical. No weird fonts on the keycaps and a well designed keyboard overall. While initially used for gaming, I brought this keyboard to the office and nobody has made any complaints that it was irritating or noisy as compared to my previous Razer Blackwidow Chroma. As a conclusion, I would highly recommend this keyboard for beginner to intermediate gamers who are looking for something reliable and practical enough to be used in the workplace or library. I have included a personal rating scale based on my own experience with the keyboard.

    Design : 8/10
    Lighting : 8/10 (superb lighting although not individually customizable)
    Reliability: 9/10 (dropped, scratched, used on a daily basis but only minimal signs of wear and tear)
    Pricing: 7/10
    Sound test: 7/10

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