The Cooler Master SK621 Wireless Keyboard Review

60% Layout with 100% Performance

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Ever since the launch of the MasterCase 5, Cooler Master has released some of the most unique hardware we’ve seen in recent memory. From Cooler Master’s Free Form Modular system to their excellent gaming headsets, I’ve been continually impressed. However, one of the more impressive products was also one of the most surprising. Now, it’s finally here. We first got a look at the Cooler Master SK621 and the rest of the SK Series of keyboards at CES. At first, I just glanced over the Sk621 as just a small keyboard. However, the more I learned about this 60% layout keyboard, the more excited I got.

The Cooler Master SK621 is a 60% layout mechanical RGB keyboard. The SK621 features hybrid connectivity. This means it can be used wired, or through Bluetooth. Boasting amazing battery life, the SK621 is one of only a few keyboards that use the new Cherry MX Red low profile switches. This all sounds great on paper. The question is, how does the SK621 actually perform. We set up the Cooler Master SK621 and p personally used it for about a month as my daily use keyboard for everything from typing to gaming and media. So, let’s see how my experience with the Cooler Master SK621 was.

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Paul Malfy

Paul started building computers in 1994. He studied journalism and computer science in college. Paul loves gaming but hardware is his true passion. News Writer and Product Reviewer.

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