Corsair’s K100 Air Wireless mechanical gaming keyboard is its most expensive yet

bottom line: Corsair introduced the world to its latest wireless mechanical gaming keyboard a month ago. It’s finally available, but you may have to break the piggy bank to fund the purchase.

The Corsair K100 Air wireless mechanical gaming keyboard features a minimalist design complemented by a bezel that measures just 11mm at its narrowest point. It uses Cherry MX Ultra Low Profile keyswitches (tactile, 65cN actuation force, 0.8mm total travel with click) originally designed for the notebook market. As far as I know, this is the first time they’ve been used in a desktop-class mechanical keyboard.

The latest version of Corsair offers three ways to connect to devices: wirelessly with Corsair’s Slipstream wireless technology, wirelessly via low-latency Bluetooth, or wired to a PC/Mac to enable 8,000Hz hyper-polling for maximum responsiveness .

Wireless connections are protected by AES 128-bit encryption, it says. Other bells and whistles include 8MB of onboard memory for storing up to 50 profiles, four fully programmable macro keys, a dedicated button for switching between connected devices, and dedicated media keys with an aluminum volume knob.

Battery life in wireless mode is up to 50 hours with the RGB backlight on or up to 200 hours with the lights off. The lighting system works in tandem with Corsair’s iCue software for maximum customization and synchronization with other Corsair RGB products. You can also remap buttons, program macros and manage profiles in the iCue software.


Corsair has set the MSRP of the K100 Air wireless mechanical gaming keyboard at $279.99, making it the most expensive in the company’s lineup and beating the standard K100 ($249.99) for the award. The board comes with a two-year warranty and is shipping worldwide starting today in a variety of keyboard layouts.

If that’s more than you’re willing to part with for a mechanical keyboard, fret not, because Corsair has nearly three dozen other gaming keyboards to choose from, starting at just $59.99. Corsair’s K100 Air Wireless mechanical gaming keyboard is its most expensive yet

Chris Barrese

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