Review: Corsair K65 Plus Wireless


We’re back today with a new Corsair product. We’re talking about the K65 Plus Wireless, a compact, wireless reference with PBT keys and pre-lubricated switches. Pricing is announced at €159.99 in Europe.

In short, a good reference from the outset. But what’s it worth in reality? Find out in our full review!

Technical specifications of the K65 Plus Wireless :

With this new model of mechanical keyboard, we find a reference in the 75% format that measures 320 x 136 x 25 mm for a weight of 0.922 kg. Naturally, Corsair uses double-injected PBT keys and premium materials such as aluminum. Despite Corsair’s linear mechanical switches, this model is equipped with a soundproofing system to ensure quiet operation. Not to mention pre-lubricated switches .

Here, with the K65 Plus Wireless, we’re dealing with a wireless keyboard with an impressive battery life of 266 hours(LEDs and lighting effects deactivated). The brand also boasts fast recharging in just 5 to 6 hours and a 4,200 mAh battery (compared with 4,000 mAh for Cooler Master’s last keyboard).

Alongside this, we find the classic keyboard features. These include full key rollover with 100% anti-ghosting and a polling rate of 1,000 Hz.

Recommended system:

To use Corsair’s latest keyboard, you’ll need an Internet connection to download the iCUE software. In addition, you’ll need at least a USB 2.0 port to connect it (dongle or cable). As for the operating system, Corsair recommends Windows 10/11 or macOS version 10.15.