Mountain Everest 60 Compact Gaming Keyboard Review
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Mountain excels when it comes to keyboard design, and I’m happy to say they’ve nailed it with their software too. You can use the same suite to control all your Moutain hardware, so if you have other keyboards, mice, etc, it’s all going to be in one piece of software.
The first thing you’ll want to do is ensure everything is on the latest firmware, and the software will help you get all that taken care of. Updating only took 30 seconds or so anyway.
The Mountain 60 has onboard memory with five different profiles. Of course, they’re all basically the same out of the box, so you’ll want to jump in here and set things up. FIVE PROFILES!? What do you do with that many? How about your MMO configuration, FPS gaming mode, photoshop mode, writing mode, night mode, etc. You can turn keys on/off, customise their lighting, the configuration of macros and more for each profile.
The whole keyboard can be customised, so you can create custom key bindings, or go one step further and give them macros too.
The lighting profiles are awesome, loads to play around with here. I doubt many will need more than these profiles, but you can make your own too.