Corsair's K95 Platinum mechanical keyboard has matched its lowest price ever at $130
The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum mechanical gaming keyboard is down to $129.99 on Amazon. This price matches the same deal at Best Buy. These keyboards use Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches and sell for a regular street price of $200. They only first dropped to $130 for Black Friday and since then have been bouncing back up to that $200 price, but today you can grab it for this great low price for a limited time.
Best Buy also has the Cherry MX Speed version of the K95 keyboard on sale for $130. That's another great deal and a new low for that particular version. Just look at the gunmetal version, which is going for $175 right now. The drop to $130 is a huge discount.
Corsair K95 Platinum RGB Cherry MX Brown mechanical gaming keyboard
The keyboard uses Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches. It uses an aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame for durability and 8MB for onboard profile storage. Customize the per-key multi-color backlighting. Use six programmable macros.
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Corsair K95 Platinum Cherry MX Speed RGB mechanical keyboard
$119.99 $200.00 Save $80
Full-size keyboard with Cherry MX Speed mechanical switches. Includes six one-touch keys you can program to do anything you want. Create custom macros with the 18 programmable G Keys. Includes a USB passthrough port and a palm rest.
Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT mechanical gaming keyboard
$159.99 $200.00 Save $40
Not for the faint of heart. This thing uses Cherry MX Speed XT Silver switches. Has full RGB on individually backlit keys with a 19-zone LightEdge on the top. Has precision-molded keycaps, six programmable macro keys, and a leatherette palm rest.
Corsair K95 RGB Platinum mechanical gaming keyboard gunmetal
$109.99 $160.00 Save $50
Full keyboard with six one-touch hot keys for instant access to internet, email, volume controls, and more. Uses Cherry MX Speed mechanical switches. Has 18 programmable G keys and USB passthrough ports. Comes with palm rest, too.
Corsair K57 RGB wireless gaming keyboard
$79.99 $90.00 Save $10
Includes Corsair's Slipstream wireless for sub-1ms low-latency Bluetooth. Also go USB wired. Get per-key RGB backlighting and six programmable macro keys. Includes a detachable soft rubber palm rest and dedicated volume and multimedia controls.
Corsair iCue Commander Pro smart controller for RGB lighting and fan speed
$58.82 $75.00 Save $16
Turn any PC case into a smart case and use Corsair's iCue software to control up to six case fans and two RGB lighting channels. Two USB 2.0 internal headers let you connect internal USB devices. Monitor temperatures and your whole system.
The Corsair K95 mechanical keyboard is built to last you forever and comes with an aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame that's super durable. If you use your computer a lot or game heavily, you want a keyboard that isn't going to give under the pressure. It also uses Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches, which are super fast with light tactile feedback for fast performance and precise timing. The keyboard also has full-key rollover and 100% anti-ghosting so you'll never lose a keystroke no matter how fast you type.
It also comes with six programmable G keys on the side that let you set in-game macros. You can customize the macros to perform a single keystroke or complex functions and multi-key combos. You can also program the lighting with dyanmic multi-color per key backlighting. Adjust each key's color and brightness level. Control 19 zones on the top edge light bar and set dramatic animations. Plus, with 8MB of onboard profile storage you can save three profiles with all your custom macros and lighting. Use these wherever you go as long as it's on a Windows PC.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.