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Default Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire registers keys with blinding speed

Corsair is updating its popular K70 keyboard this morning with a model that's built for speed. The K70 RGB Rapidfire features a new type of Cherry key switch—the MX Speed RGB—that only has to move 1.2 mm before it registers a key press. Corsair claims that short stroke makes the MX Speed RGB switch among the most responsive on the market, and there may be something to that claim. Gaming peripherals competitor Razer says its in-house mechanical switches have a 1.9 mm actuation distance, for example. The MX Speed RGB's 45-gram weight and linear operation sound similar to Cherry MX Reds.

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