Cooler Master MasterKeys MK750 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Game Smarter, Not Harder

A Closer Look at the Cooler Master MasterKeys MK750 Keyboard

The Cooler Master MasterKeys MK750 measures 437.75 mm long by 132.25 mm wide. The layout is a standard 100% ANSI Windows layout with right-side Windows key and a dedicated function key. There are 104+4 dedicated analog audio and multimedia controls on the upper right.

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Textured rubber pads at the back keep the keyboard in place while on a desk and it can be flipped up to raise the back up 14 mm from the surface. The detachable 1.8 meter braided USB Type-C cable makes it ideal for taking the MK750 with you on-the-go to LAN events. The cable management grooves on the underside help to ensure the cable is always routed cleanly in the right direction.

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The wristrest attaches to the keyboard assembly via magnets. The material is a soft leatherette that is both comfortable yet firm. The wristrest has the Cooler Master logo embossed into it.

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Switch Type and Keycaps

The MasterKeys MK750 uses Mechanical Cherry MX switches for responsiveness, durability, and tactile satisfaction. These switches are rated for a 50 million+ lifespan. All of the switches utilize ABS keycaps.

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Replacing the standard keys with the extra doubleshot keycaps adds a distinctive flair that is visually appealing.

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On-The-Fly Controls

The On-the-Fly controls allow the user to quickly adjust settings without having to go into a separate software screen. These features are accessed via combo keys with the ‘Fn’ key located beside the right Windows key.

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  • Fn+ESC = Default profiles 1-4
  • Fn+F1 = Quick Pick / cycle 9 colors and modes
  • Fn+F2 = Add red color (9 levels)
  • Fn+F3 = Add green color (9 levels)
  • Fn+F4 = Add blue color (9 levels)
  • Fn+F5 = Cycle LED Modes
  • Fn+F6 = Lighting Foreground Effect
  • Fn+F7 = Lighting Background Effect
  • Fn+F8 = Lighting Demo Mode
  • Fn+F9 = Windows Key Lock On / Off (Disables both Windows keys)
  • Fn+F11 = Record Macro
  • Fn+F12 = Delete Macro
  • Fn+up arrow = Backlight speed up
  • Fn+down arrow = Backlight speed down
  • Fn+left arrow = Change direction left
  • Fn+right arrow = Change direction right
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