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Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro M Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro M Mechanical Keyboard

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Sporting an all-black construction with frosty white LEDs, the Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro M Mechanical Keyboard looks as good as it feels. Outfitted with your choice of Cherry MX Blue, Brown, or Red switches, it offers a typing experience for both work and play Read More

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midget
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May 6, 2018
cant seem to find out how to use colors and the arrow keys with the mini keyboard...
KrisBali
63
Jun 24, 2018
its a combo of the fn key and the f1 keys.
KrisBali
63
Apr 8, 2018
Who else on this new drop? 1 month to wait for shipping..
sos0
46
Apr 6, 2018
this design is the most genius thing ever.
sos0
46
Apr 13, 2018
hmm no, i think i should chill for a bit since i binge bought 4 keyboards :')
KrisBali
63
Apr 13, 2018
Which 4 keyboards you got?
Krasztest
310
Apr 5, 2018
$69.99 is a good price for this drop (if you need such a keyboard of course).
KrisBali
63
Apr 8, 2018
Yes very good value for money.
Montgom
7
Apr 5, 2018
Can someone comment on any problems with recent Mac OS updates or mac compatibility in general? Looking through the discussion, It's not clear to me if the if the keyboard is fully programmable on a Mac.
Souvasaurus
1
Apr 6, 2018
Hi Montgom,
I just wanted to chime in that i use this Keyboard everyday on a mac and it works, but the num lock function that makes the design of this keyboard so appealing does not work at all on mac. the tenkeys are useless as a numberpad, only to be used as arrowkeys. the keys still work with FN and such for media controls etc though. i've even contacted support and was told that the numlock function just isnt supported on mac. hope i helped at all.
Montgom
7
Apr 6, 2018
Thanks for letting me know this. Normally, the lack of num lock would be a turn off (except this is just true of nearly any non-apple keyboard), but I don't actually use the tenkeys as for a numberpad! As long as I can still assign macros to the keys and use the media settings, it sounds like this will do everything that I need.
I'd love to have this one, especially one from the run with MX greens
KrisBali
63
Apr 3, 2018
Anyone experienced person can predict if will get at least 10 buyers for this drop?
cavilikon
176
Apr 3, 2018
Shame it wasn't a S model, I'm looking for a good TKL for Matt3o /dev/tty keycaps.
cavilikon
176
Apr 5, 2018
I also have Quickfire TK. It was my first mechanical keyboard. But I've fallen out of live with MX Blue switches in it. I want a TKL to add to my custom builds collection, mainly because of MT3 keycaps. Sure I could resolder Kailh BOX Pale Blues I plan to do a build with into Quickfire TK but the MT3 profile looks extra more pretty with the TKL style nav cluster. It accentuates the side view of the profile, because you can see it from multiple sides.
taka
7
Apr 5, 2018
OK, if it is about aesthetic reasons then your point is fully justified. De gustibus non est disputandum. I am still in love in MX Blues though :) And you know what about I have been thinking? About the below... It seems to require only few cuts and some glue...
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But now I think I will rather buy this new one Masterkeys Pro M however still not made my mind...
NJboneless
377
Apr 3, 2018
Absolutely awesome keyboard but I cant recommend it to anyone. The numpad keys double as extra functions and you constantly have to change between function on and off to use the numpad. Absolute pain to use. Aside from that the quality of the keyboard is excellent.
KrisBali
63
Apr 5, 2018
Thanks for details. Which 96key you ended up with in the end? I bought the masterkeys m finally. Although the vibe was highly tempting..
hey_hero
0
Apr 6, 2018
Thank you for pointing this out! Looking for something to use during video editing and rendering. This would drive me crazy.
nthdegreeburns
16
Apr 3, 2018
I have the PBT non-LED compact version of this keyboard. I have used it for about 2-3 weeks, and it's been a really good experience so far. If this size and the feature set meet your needs at this price point, go for it. I got my PBT compact model for around $70 shipped from Amazon 2 weeks ago. The prices have gone back up in the $70s since then.
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