Cooler-Master-MasterKeys-MK750-01

The Cooler Master Masterkeys MK750 is a hundred and four key mechanical keyboard with an exposed switch design over a really nice-looking anodized aluminum backplate. The MK 750 was a great blend of minimalistic design while also coming with a lot of the essential extras that I like to see. The MK 750 comes with a very nice feeling padded wrist rest but keep in mind this wrist rest is a little bit short so if you have longer hands your wrists are probably gonna end up on the desk, which really is kind of a bummer because that wrist rest really was a nice feeling padded wrist rest, but ultimately just wasn’t long enough to be accessible by a lot of different users. The MK 750 does come with a set of RGB enabled media keys but again keeping with that minimalistic design of the board it’s just the bare essential keys meaning that you don’t get a volume scroll wheel or dedicated mute button. The board also comes with a key cap polar and some extra purple PBT key caps but. The board also uses a removable USB C cable and has a cable management channel underneath the board. The MK 750 is a quality board with sturdy construction and it uses Cherry MX switches that come in blue red or brown switch varieties. Cosmetically the board has full perky RGB illumination and also has three light bars around the sides of the board as well and I also like that the light bars aren’t overly bright and instead they just kind of add a nice subtle ambience to the board, but keep in mind though that when the wrist rest is on it does cover up that light bar at the front bottom side of the board. Cooler Masters lighting software is probably the weakest part of this keyboard. It takes a while to change profiles and there aren’t many detailed customization options. However the preset lighting effects on this board are pretty good. Overall I’d say the quality of the keyboard and the general aesthetic make the MK 750 a great keyboard for under $150. Ultimately the only place it really falls short is the software, but at the current sale price of $109 on Amazon it’s an amazing board for that price.

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