Built for precision engineering and outrageous customization options, the STRAFE mechanical keyboard combines pro-proven CHERRY® MX gaming switch technology with brilliant dynamic lighting control.
- Engineered for Performance - After 20 years of pushing the limits of innovation, Corsair Gaming takes the power of Cherry MX German engineering one step further.
- CHERRY MX Brown Key Switches - Used by the pros and built in Germany. Cherry MX gaming keys feature the worlds leading mechanical key switch technology. Gold-Crosspoint contacts, Gold-plated contact closure, and pressure resistant metal alloy springs, give every gamer the competitive advantage. Delivering smooth, linear key responses with a wide actuation zone. They have the responsiveness you need for perfectly executing double and triple taps and there’s no audible click or tactile “bump.”
- Dynamic Backlighting - Brilliant RED backlighting enhances the experience with virtually unlimited lighting adjustability. Choose from six unique presets or craft your own.
- Endless Programmability - The Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) unlocks amazing keyboard programmability. Reassign any key or set up the most extreme macros for outrageous gaming control.
- Get Connected - Positioned for uninterrupted game play, the built in USB pass-through provides easy connection for your mouse, USB drive, or wireless headset adapter.
- Comfort and Control - Textured and contoured keycaps allow for maximum grip and enhanced feel. Personalize your experience by selecting between FPS and MOBA kits.
- Gaming Grade Circuitry - 100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB ensure no matter how fast your play, all your keys register.
- Audio on the Fly - Enhanced easy-access multimedia keys efficiently allow for on the fly audio changes while gaming. And when you’re not gaming, you can effortlessly play, pause, and skip audio tracks.
Cherry MX are the gold standard of switches. All colours are pretty resistant but brown are extra quiet, blue not so much, and red (the most popular) are right in the middle. It's worth keeping this in mind if you use open-mic!