As the smaller sibling of the Vengeance K90, the Corsair Vengeance K60 shares its larger relative's excellent mechanical-switch keys, but forgoes its bank of dedicated macro keys, backlighting, and large wrist rest. The K60 does have a couple of its own unique features, including swappable keycaps for frequently used gaming keys, and a left-hand wrist rest/keycap-storage bin. However, beyond that, it's designed for simplicity, with few bells and whistles. While it's a very good keyboard, given that the price difference between the K60 and K90 is just $15, you may as well get the K90, unless you really need something with swappable keycaps and a smaller footprint.
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