Cooler Master MK750 RGB Keyboard Launching November 21
Ron Perillo / 8 months ago
Cooler Master is adding one more mechanical keyboard for their MasterKeys line. This time with more RGB and adds the comfort of a detachable wrist-rest with the launch of the MK750. The MasterKeys MK750 is distinct from previous MasterKeys Pro keyboards with its floating switch housing. This lets more RGB LED lighting out, similar in design to their recent MasterSet MS120 keyboard. The layout itself is standard 104-key ANSI, with the secondary functions are accessible via combo keys.
Cooler Master MasterKeys MK750 Features
The wrist-rest is new, and it is also magnetic. Which makes it very convenient to put in. It has a leatherette material with firm foam underneath, providing support and comfort extending the entire length of the keyboard. There are four media key shortcuts available built-in, independent from the combo key functions. It is located above the numpad. This makes it much easier to use while gaming since users do not need to use two hands to adjust.
Aside from the per-key RGB backlighting, there are also light bars along the edges which are also RGB LEDs. Which means this keyboard is the most RGB LED laden peripherals Cooler Master has made yet. Unlike other keyboards, the MasterKeys MK750 also features a detachable USB Type-C cable for connectivity. Each key uses authentic Cherry MX switches and feature NKRO via USB.
Pricing and Availability
The MK750 keyboard is launching on November 21, although final pricing information is not yet available. This is the new flagship model for the MasterKeys line, displacing the MasterKeys Pro L RGB. So expect pricing to cost more than that model.