! scope="col"| Corsair Vengeance K70
| Keyboard Layout || US-International QWERTY
[[#Keyboard Layout|(see below)]]
| Key Switches || Cherry MX Red
| Multimedia Controls || style="background-color:#9F9;" | Yes
| Backlight || style="background-color:#9F9;" | Yes<
sup> 1</ sup>, Red
| Win Lock || style="background-color:#9F9;" | Yes
sup>1</ sup> Can be switched on/off per key
The keyboard mapping in Windows is set to US-International. Installed languages are Dutch and English. To switch between languages or keyboard mappings, press the Windows-Key + spacebar. Hold Windows-key and press spacebar to loop through the available settings.Special characters: press " followed by a, e, i, o, or u to get ä, ë, ï, ö, üPress ' followed by a, e, i, o, or u to get á, é, í, ó, ú.Press ` followed by a, e, i, o, or u to get à, è, ì, ò, ù.Press ^ followed by a, e, i, o, or u to get â, ê, î, ô, û.Press ' followed by c to get ç.Press ~ followed by n to get ñ.Pressing ", ', `, ^ or ~ followed by spacebar will result in a single ", ', `, ^ or ~. Most likely, you can just continue typing: if the next character doesn't exist with an accent character, ", ', `, ^ or ~ will preceed the next character; for example pressing ' followed by s will result in the expected 's.Press and hold AltGr, then press s, and you will get ß as result.
Tip: if you think it is annoying that a single press on ' or " does not result in the character, think that you probably also need a ' or a " at the end of a string. Then, press ', or " twice to get double quotationmarks. Then use the left arrow to move the carret between the quotation marks and type the string between the quotation marks.
== Mouse ==