Corsair has unveiled the Vengeance K95 keyboard at CES 2013. Designed to succeed the incumbent K90 as the best in Corsair's catalogue, though both will co-exist for the foreseeable future, the K95 uses the same basic template established by the K90 but improves upon its predecessor in a number of ways.
Vengeance K95 is now a fully-mechanical (Cherry MX Red) keyboard presented in anodised black. It also has per-key backlighting - which can be set to one of four intensity levels - as an extra touch, though, from what we saw, there doesn't seem to be an easy way to turn off a bunch of keys, should you so wish. Build quality was very good, however, and the use of all-mechanical keys rights a wrong glarily present on the K90.
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Priced at $150 and available at the end of the month, here's Corsair's VP of peripherals, Ruben Mookerjee, giving us a quick rundown of the features.