Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S Price & Specs in Malaysia February, 2020

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Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelMasterkey Pro S
DateApr 2016
Device interfaceUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Keyboard layoutQWERTY
Keyboard languageUS English
Connectivity technologyWired
Keyboard form factorMini
Keyboard styleStraight
Wrist restNo
Numeric keypadNo
Polling rate1000 Hz
Cherry MX switch typeBrown
Built-in memoryYes
Built-in memory capacity512 KB
Key response time (max)1 ms
Colour of productBlack
MaterialMetal, Plastic
Backlight colourVarious
Adjustable backlightYes
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S
Reviewed on 2016-10-26
Compact, no frills design, TKL layout is more ergonomic than full length layout, Original Cherry MX RGB switches, Extensive RGB illumination modes, Easy to use on-keyboard macro recording and lighting options, Standard keys ensure compatibility with third...
L-shaped microUSB connector limits cable routing options, Driver software forgets about the macro capabilities of this keyboard
I have reviewed the MasterKeys Pro L by Cooler Master, and it was a very decent keyboard. Sadly my review sample was marred by a small issue, causing me not to love it to the fullest. It was also a full length keyboard, which means it features a numpad t...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Leveling up their game in the arena of mechanical keyboards, Cooler Master launched the MasterKeys Pro series of keyboard not too long ago – available in 2 layout, the Pro L for full-sized keyboard while the Pro S in this review as the tenkeyless model.Th...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-01
At first we would like to thank Cooler Master for sending a sample of their Masterkeys Pro S RGB Mechanical Keyboard for testing and reviewing."Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry's best thermal solutions. Since its establ...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-17
Over the years, Cooler Master has grown up quite a bit with their mechanical keyboard designs. Unlike many of the designs of the past, Cooler Master's new keyboards now focus on a more of the back to basics design approach with minimal frills, but all the...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-28
The Cooler Master Masterkeys range has been a good introduction to the crowded mechanical keyboard marketplace, with a very solid product at an attractive price. We know from experience though that many of you prefer a smaller sized keyboard rather than a...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-14
Cherry MX switches, Compact, On-the-fly macro recording, Comfortable to use, Bright LEDs, FN keys work well in conjunction with function keys, Can be used without drivers, Sleeved, detachable cable, Key puller and dust cover included
Software is lacking many options that come as standard with most competitors, 90-degree connector for the cable can make cable management a little tricky, Relatively expensive
There are very few brands that have such a grasp on the market as Cooler Master, and there isn't really much point in me giving an introduction - they produce everything from mice to cases and headsets to thermal paste, and you will no doubt have heard o...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-07
Just a few weeks ago Cooler Master introduced their new Masterkeys Pro L and S keyboards. I spent a bunch of time with the L aka the full sized model but at that time I didn't have the chance to check out the Masterkeys Pro S. Well after our review they w...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-15
For some time now, Corsair's K70 RGB has been considered among the best RGB LED-equipped mechanical keyboards on the market. Today, Cooler Master is offering up a challenge to Corsair's finest in the form of its MasterKeys Pro L and Pro S keyboards. To be...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-30
This elegant slab of keys looks great, has Cherry switches and thus is a joy to type and game on. It's well made, the materials are high quality and I have no hesitation recommending it to anyone – with one critical caveat. This is RGB gone mad, perhaps...
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