After making its debut at Computex 2017, the MasterKeys MK750 is finally here. Marketed as a pro-grade, performance focused mechanical gaming keyboard, it features a removable magnetic wrist rest, four dedicated multimedia keys, full RGB backlighting with front light bar, removable USB Type-C Cable and Cherry MX Mechanical Switches mounted to an anodized aluminum body.
Bram Rongen, Peripheral Sr. Product Marketing Manager stated that the MasterKeys MK750 are designed on top of the MasterKeys Pro line up features, with more elements added to further enable a competitive gaming setup.
Cherry MX Mechanical Switches
The MasterKeys MK750 uses only real Cherry MX Switches delivering durability, responsiveness, accuracy, and tactile satisfaction. Use the onboard processor and memory to execute every demand on-the-fly without lag. For the pros out there interested in custom keycaps, it also comes with nine purple doubleshot PBT gaming keycaps for ultimate durability.
RGB Backlighting with Lightbar
Aesthetics matter, which is why the MasterKeys MK750 features not only a minimalistic slim design but also a unique radiant light bar adding style and ambiance to your gaming experience. Choose your lighting preferences or turn them off through the user friendly software application. It’s also equipped with per-key RGB backlighting for maximum personalization.
Removable Magnetic Wristrest
Give your wrists a break by simply attaching the magnetic removable wrist rest during extensive gaming sessions. The wrist rest is enveloped in ultra-soft PU leather and memory foam to provide optimal comfort during marathon gaming.
The keyboard is fully loaded with practical features to ensure success on the battlefield and there is no doubt that the MasterKeys MK750 focuses on the features that matter.
Pricing & Availability of the MasterKeys MK750
The MasterKeys MK750 will be available from this week onward at the price of RM 649.
According to Cooler Master, you can pre-order it from Store Uni at RM 589 with estimated time of arrival on March 25, 2018.
*You can check out for our review here at https://www.tech-critter.com/review-cooler-master-masterkeys-mk750/