Cooler Master MasterKeys MK730 Review

Today we have a review with video of the little brother of the strong Cooler Master MK750 Gaming Keyboard. The Cooler Master MK730 Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard doesn’t use a numeric keypad, media and macro keys in favour of a compact and easily transportable format, but has a lot to offer with brilliant RGB lighting, hybrid key rollover, noble brushed aluminium, on-the-fly control and Cherry MX switches.

Thanks for the support …

Many thanks for the support to swedeken and the Manufacturer Cooler Master.

The Cooler Master MK730 Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Red Switches currently has a price of approx. 140 Euro (07/2019).

Here you can buy the Cooler Master MK730.

Included in delivery …

The packaging is rather plain in grey/violet and since it is a keyboard without a numeric keypad, it is also quite compact. On the front there is a glossy recording of the keyboard and some keywords about the most important features.

These are explained in more detail on the back of the packaging.

In the packaging are located:

  • MK730 Keyboard
  • USB connection cable (type C)
  • magnetic palm rest
  • violet replacement keyboard caps for WSAD, arrow keys and ESC
  • practical keycap remover for easy replacement of the keyboard caps
  • dust cover
  • Quick Start Guide

The quick start guide is limited to the listing of the package contents and mainly to the multilingual listing of the keyboard commands for controlling the RGB, media and macro functions. In English it is also available as a diagram.

Cooler Master MK730 technical specifications …