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Make Every Key Count MK730 By Cooler Master By Thomas Bender Whether you are a hardcore gamer with a custom gaming rig, or just someone who spends a lot of time at their desk typing on their computer, Cooler Master's MK730 is sure to improve your day-to-day typing experience. Let's face it, with the amount of time we spend at our computers, it's worth investing in a typing experience that is the best it can be. Cooler Master is known for its personal computer thermal cooling systems (thus the name), which allow the most dedicated gamers to squeeze the utmost performance out of their CPUs. However, they also make a bold set of peripherals that can benefit most computer users. The MK730 is Cooler Masters tenkeyless mechanical keyboard, which ships with three different types of switches, or keys, to meet your typing desires. I chose a tenkeyless keyboard because it has a much smaller footprint and leaves more space for my mouse on my desk. While having a dedicated number pad is helpful in a lot of situations, I don't use it enough to justify all that real estate. The MK730 still offers a full-size layout for typing, along with arrow keys and the 6-button navigation keys. It allows me to be more centered at my keyboard and monitor, as opposed to off set to the left when using a full-sized keyboard. The angle and position is something I've become used to

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