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The Corsair K83 Looks Like A Perfect Living Room Keyboard, But Initial Reviews Are Mixed – Review Geek



 Corsair's K83 includes a touchpad and a few controller layout features
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We've been waiting for a perfect way to control a PC from the couch: and keyboard are clunky without a desk. Corsair's K83 wants to combine them both.

This interesting wireless keyboard includes a few things we've seen before in "media" boards, like a touchpad mouse on the right side with left and right buttons and media controls. But it's hiding a few secrets, too: on the top corner of either side there are large "L and" R "buttons, very much like a Super Nintendo controller, and the right side has a full thumbstick. Wireless, as is becoming standard for these designs, is offered via a 2.4GHz USB dongle or Bluetooth. It's available on Amazon today for $ 1

10.

 The K83 includes left and right shoulder buttons and a controller-style thumbstick.
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But don't rush to spend your hard-earned dollars on this thing right away. Initial hands-on sites like Tom's Guide and Engadget are mixed, pointing out that the K83 does not have gaming-style programmable layouts, and its backlighting is a simple two-layer white LED. It's also using membrane keys, instead of low-profile mechanical keys that have been available for quite some time. The gaming-style shoulder buttons and joystick aren't particularly helpful while using the keyboard and mouse as, well, a keyboard and mouse, and can't replicate the feel of even a basic controller, either.

 Note the gripping portions of the bottom plastic case.
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The K83 might be a pretty decent media keyboard, but there are cheaper options available for typing and mouse duties. For extremely simple games it may be desirable, but $ 100 for a convergence input device is a lot to ask when dedicated controllers are now available for every platform

Source: The Verge


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