This Corsair K68 is a spendy keyboard, and as such you would expect that it would be high-quality. The keys are no "clicky" but they have a nice tactile smoothness to them. Typing is responsive and I haven't experienced any ghosting (yet). I type all day, so, for me it's been a good keyboard. The light display has several preset light shows, or, you can turn it off completely - all through the Function key and a number combination. The iCUE software seems to be aimed more at gamers, and while I do play games (I'm a developer), it's not to the extent where I want custom macros (so I uninstalled iCUE). I upgraded from a Thermaltake keyboard that suffered major ghosting problems - I exchanged the keyboard 3 times in it's 5 year warranty - which is ridiculous - but at least Thermaltake DID exchange it. I can feel a difference between the Thermaltake and the Corsair - the Corsair feeling a lot "smoother" for lack of a better description. It's a solid, well-made keyboard.
- For gaming
- Ease of use